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With Republicans working to sort through their differences over post-Obama health reforms, Kentuckians heard two starkly different assessments of the new GOP plan over the weekend.

The Better Business Bureau wants to make sure you become the victim of a scam if you’re trying to nab tickets to the Big Dance.

Lexington Non Profits Committed To Green Growth

Mar 13, 2017
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This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Business Lexington managing editor David Nichols about Food Chain and Seedleaf; two local non-profit groups committed to sustainability from the ground up.

Tom Wickstrom

This week on Local Music Monday DeBraun talks with Dereck Oldham, lead singer of  Driftwood Gypsy.

Kentucky was still flying when the initial NCAA Tournament bracket was announced and probably didn't learn until landing that it was a No. 2 seed and matched against in-state neighbor and newcomer Northern Kentucky, No. 15 seed.

Kentucky Captures 30th SEC Tourney Title

Mar 12, 2017

De'Aaron Fox scored 18 points, and No. 8 Kentucky won its third straight Southeastern Conference Tournament championship by beating Arkansas 82-65 on Sunday.

Coming Downtown This Weekend? City Says Plan Ahead, Pack Some Patience

Mar 10, 2017
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There is so much happening in downtown Lexington this weekend that residents and visitors are advised not to count on “the luck of the Irish” to find parking, but should plan to arrive early and carpool if possible. Especially on Saturday, March 11th, as thousands of people are expected to come downtown to attend multiple events taking place at the Lexington Convention Center, Rupp Arena, the Lexington Opera House and throughout downtown Lexington.

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The United States Constitution spells out two processes for amendments, but so far in the document’s 230-year history only one has actually been used. Now, there’s a steady drumbeat in state legislatures – including Kentucky’s – to invoke the second.

Karyn Czar

Bowling alleys used to be common in Lexington, but the number of lanes will continue to diminish for the once popular sport.

Republican House Speaker Jeff Hoover says a bill that would ban all tobacco products at public school campuses likely will not pass this year.

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