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Prichard Committee / Student Voice Team

Lawmakers looking out over the Kentucky Capitol steps Monday morning witnessed a sea of student protesters – all there to urge the passage of an unamended House Bill 236.

An article on alleged racism more than a decade ago by a former Transylvania University student has caused a social media firestorm, but it’s not because of the content of the story.

sluggermuseum.com

The company that makes Louisville Slugger bats has announced a deal to sell the iconic brand to rival Wilson Sporting Goods Co.

National Park Service

A museum and a university in southwestern Ohio are working together to create artifacts for a new display at a northern Kentucky historic site.

Jamie Lazich

This week DeBraun Thomas profiles musician Trevor Tremaine.

The Business Side Of Saving The Old Courthouse

Mar 23, 2015
Lexington PVA

This week we talk with Jeff Fugate, COO of the Lexington Downtown Development Authority about a structural and financial study of the old Fayette County Courthouse which has been shuttered for nearly three years.

Paul To Clinton: Return Foreign Government Money

Mar 20, 2015
AP

Likely Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul is calling on Hillary Clinton to return donations several foreign governments made to her family's philanthropic foundation.

Louisville Plays Host To Royalty

Mar 20, 2015
AP (Timothy D. Easley,Pool)

Prince Charles and his wife have received a distinctly Kentucky welcome during their daylong visit to the Bluegrass state.

Josh James / WUKY

A naturalization ceremony at Transylvania University Friday brought together a crowd from more than 60 countries.

Court: Ky. Library Tax Rates Can Stay

Mar 20, 2015
Josh James / WUKY

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has ruled that most public libraries can raise taxes by 4 percent each year without asking taxpayers for permission.

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