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President Obama can expect a cooler reception during his State of the Union Address tonight than in previous years. The leader of the new majority Republican Senate is already busy dismissing the tax proposal the president is expected to pitch.

Mayor Gives State Of City Address

Jan 20, 2015

Today Mayor Jim Gray gave his outlook for Lexington’s future in his annual State of the City address.

Kentucky Family Needs Help Buying Service Dog

Jan 20, 2015

A Wolfe County family is asking for your help to pay for a service dog that could mean the difference between life and death for a six year old boy.

Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes says she will run for statewide office this year.

Deadly Overpass Collapse Halts Cincinnati Traffic

Jan 20, 2015

The Cincinnati police chief is urging morning commuters to plan ahead after an interstate overpass undergoing demolition collapsed, killing one person and injuring another.

Missing Kentucky Teens Arrested

Jan 20, 2015

An 18-year-old suspected of committing a string of crimes with his 13-year-old girlfriend is returning to his home state of Kentucky to face charges.

Economic Priorities Differ Greatly Between Ky. House & Senate

Jan 19, 2015
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With the clock already ticking on the short thirty day legislative session, what can we reasonably expect in the way of compromise on major bills, especially given the different economic priorities between the Democratically-controlled House and the Republican-dominated Senate?   We put that question to Mark Green, editor of the Lane Report Business Magazine.

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Prior to her keynote speech at this year's Martin Luther King Day Celebration in Lexington, WUKY talks with Susan Taylor, editor emeritus of Essence Magazine and the founder of the National CARES Mentoring Program.

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High ambulance bills can make emergency calls prohibitive for some of Lexington’s poorer residents. That’s according to Urban County Council member Peggy Henson, who is pressing the city to consider creating a dedicated fund to help pay those bills for Medicare recipients.

Supporters and opponents of same-sex marriage in Kentucky are reacting to the news that the Supreme Court now appears poised to settle the issue.

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