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Karyn Czar

This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Alltech's Susanna Elliott about the company's 34th annual ONE Ideas Conference kicking off this weekend in downtown Lexington.

Alan Lytle

The Kentucky Horse Park has unveiled a statue of a horse that became a hero during the Korean War.  WUKY's Alan Lytle was on hand for Saturday's dedication and he files this report.

USEF

The United States Equestrian Federation broke ground at the Kentucky Horse Park Friday for a brand new headquarters.  WUKY's Samantha Lederman was on hand and filed this report.

Sen. Paul Says He's A 'No' Vote Against CIA Nominee

May 11, 2018
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul insisted Friday he's sticking with his opposition to President Donald Trump's nomination to lead the CIA, saying her testimony to fellow senators didn't erase concerns about her role with some of the spy agency's operations after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Josh James / WUKY

Members of 26 faith communities in Lexington gathered for an annual assembly Thursday night in Heritage Hall with a laser-like focus on one goal: a commitment from Mayor Jim Gray to implement a nationally-recognized violence prevention program.

Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision for Longines/AP Images

Trainer Bob Baffert says Justify is doing well and is still on track for the Preakness after the Kentucky Derby winner was treated for a bruised heel on his left hind foot.

Kentucky's Largest School District To Tackle Racial Equity

May 10, 2018
jefferson.kyschools.us

Kentucky's largest school district is launching a policy to tackle racial inequality in a move officials call "historic."

Will Tariffs Kill Rural Papers?

May 10, 2018
Kentucky News Connection

Newspapers are sounding the alarm about a new tariff on newsprint that is having unexpected consequences.

Josh James / WUKY

Gov. Matt Bevin's legal team says Kentucky's newest abortion law seeks to prevent a "barbaric" procedure while a fetus is still alive in the womb.

AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is lining up solidly behind President Donald Trump’s pick to head the CIA, but the nominee still needs to convince Kentucky’s junior senator her confirmation won’t send the wrong signal to international allies and adversaries.

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