Josh James / WUKY

Constitution Day wrapped up at the University of Kentucky Monday night with a town hall forum sure to spark discussion.

Officials are promising the “most exhaustive review ever conducted” of Kentucky’s debt-ridden pension system. Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has announced the selection of a new consulting group tasked with examining the system’s finances in detail.

Fog May Be A Factor In Fatal Morning Crash

Sep 19, 2016
LEX 18

A motorcyclist has died after crashing on Delong Road in Lexington. 

Big Takeaways From AutoVision Conference This Week On The Business Side

Sep 19, 2016
Lane Report

This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Lane Report executive editor Mark Green about last week's AutoVision auto manufacturing conference in Lexington and what the takeaways might mean for Kentucky's economy.

Brian Connors Manke

In this fresh Local Music Monday WUKY's DeBraun Thomas shines the spotlight on the many facets of multi-instrumentalist John Ferguson.

Bevin Says Funding Issue Resolved For Broadband Network

Sep 16, 2016
Josh James / WUKY

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says the state has resolved a funding issue for a project to build a statewide broadband network.

UK Now

Fifteen journalism and media faculty members from the University of Kentucky are asking university President Eli Capilouto to apologize and drop the university's open records lawsuit against the student paper.  Al Cross, who signed the letter, said it was delivered to Capilouto on Thursday afternoon.

Josh James / WUKY

Lexington Mayor and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gray is looking to the business community for support in his bid to unseat freshmen Republican Sen. Rand Paul in the fall.

Beshear Warns Bevin's UofL Order Could Harm Other Schools

Sep 15, 2016
Associated Press

Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear says Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's decision to abolish and replace the University of Louisville board of trustees could affect the accreditation of all the state's public universities.

UK Now

The long time Executive Vice President for Health Affairs at UK Healthcare is retiring.  Dr. Michael Karpf announced Wednesday he’ll be stepping down in 2017. Karpf will stay on following the hiring and appropriate transition period for his replacement.