Local Music Monday: Robby Cosenza

Dec 15, 2014
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This week DeBraun Thomas profiles Robby Cosenza of the group, The Fanged Robot.

Devin Booker and Willie Cauley-Stein each scored 15 points and top-ranked Kentucky shook off the shock of losing junior forward Alex Poythress by rolling past No. 21 North Carolina 84-70 on Saturday.

Police agencies around central Kentucky are gearing up to equip their officers with body cameras.

Legislative Research Commission

A northern Kentucky lawmaker is challenging longtime Rep. Jeff Hoover for the top Republican leadership position in the state House.

University of Kentucky president Eli Capilouto is condemning what he calls “hate-filled slurs” directed toward peaceful campus protesters this week.

Calipari Says Losing Poythress Will Hurt

Dec 12, 2014

The Kentucky Wildcats are about to enter the toughest part of their non-conference schedule with games against North Carolina, UCLA, and Louisville, and they’ll have to do it without the services of Alex Poythress.  The junior forward is out for the rest of the year with a torn ACL.  UK Coach John Calipari says the loss of Poythress will hurt.

The Fayette County Health Department is urging people to stop putting off getting a flu shot.  This week the  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that Kentucky's flu activity level increased from "regional" to "widespread," the highest level of flu activity. Widespread activity indicates increased flu-like activity or flu outbreaks in at least half of the regions in the state.

UK Forward Alex Poythress Out For The Season With Torn ACL

Dec 12, 2014
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College basketball's deepest bench just got thinner with the news Friday that UK forward Alex Poythress has been sidelined for the remainder of the season with a knee injury.

The University of Kentucky has launched an effort to promote and strengthen its ties with the Central Appalachian region. A new series of stories called “Rooted in Our Communities: The University of Kentucky in Appalachia” can be found on UKNow.

Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers says he hopes bills to combat heroin abuse and encourage investments by telecommunications companies can win bipartisan support in next year's General Assembly session.