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Karyn Czar

It took a village of sponsors and after years of planning and construction, 24 new affordable apartments are being used by survivors of partner abuse. 

Central Music Academy

A local non-profit group that provides free private music lessons to economically disadvantaged students has garnered some prestigious national recognition.  Central Music Academy in downtown Lexington has been named one of fifty finalists for the 2017 most outstanding youth after-school arts and humanities learning program.

Senate Heads Toward Showdown Vote On Saudi Weapons Sale

Jun 13, 2017
Associated Press

The Senate headed toward a showdown vote over President Donald Trump's proposed weapons sale to Saudi Arabia that, if successful, would be a rebuke of one of the new administration's most prominent successes.

Report Shows Poverty Continues to Plague Kentucky Kids

Jun 13, 2017
Annie E. Casey Foundation

A report released Tuesday suggests Kentucky needs to do a better job to ensure its kids get the best start in life.  The Annie E. Casey Foundation's 2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book ranks the Commonwealth 34th nationally for overall child well-being.

What makes Kentucky, Kentucky?  The Kentucky Historical Society is posing that essential question to people who attend one of their Kentucky@225 listening tour sessions.  The next one takes place this weekend at Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park.

Play-Scape Project Wins Knight Cities Challenge Grant

Jun 12, 2017
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A community development group hopes to use a $125,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to build a play-scape and community garden in Lexington’s Castlewood Park.  The project from the North Limestone Community Development Corporation, aka NoLi, is one of 33 across the U.S. to share some 5 million dollars as part of the Knight Cities Challenge.

Kentucky's Dreams Of Reaching CWS Dashed In Derby City

Jun 10, 2017
UK Athletics

Marcus Carson and Tristan Pompey knocked in runs for Kentucky, which made its first super regional appearance but it wasn't enough as the Wildcats fell to the Louisville Cardinals for a second consecutive day, scoring just four runs in the two games. (5-2 Friday and 6-2 Saturday).  They end the season at 43-23.

AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley

A Lexington LGBT rights group says state bills affecting their community largely wound up on the back-burner this year, but they fear 2018 could be a different story.

Grand Night Hits Grand Milestone

Jun 9, 2017
Karyn Czar

UK Opera Theatre brings the 25th Grand Night for Singing to the stage. 80 performers will participate this year and Choreographer Lyndy Franklin says there will be something for everyone.

louisville.edu

The University of Louisville's board of trustees chairman says a new audit of the school's investment arm "paints a disturbing picture."

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