Coaches Speak Out Against Indiana Law

Apr 2, 2015

The Kentucky Wildcats and three other teams are headed to Indiana with hopes of securing the 2015 NCAA National Championship.  But the questions being asked of the coaches by reporters went deeper than game strategy. 

Donors Needed--Always

Apr 1, 2015

UK Healthcare staff, organ transplant recipients and members of KODA, which stands for Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates launched a new license plate today to kick start National Donate Life month.

Makers Mark

Sales are expected to be brisk Friday for the latest commemorative Makers Mark bourbon bottle, this one features the likeness of the “Baron of the Bluegrass,” Kentucky basketball coaching legend Adolph Rupp.


The man who oversaw major changes in the state’s academic standards over the last six years is stepping down in August. Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday announced the decision Wednesday.

uk worklife

This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host shines the spotlight on, and explodes some myths about social workers.

Local Music Monday 033015

Apr 1, 2015

For this month's installment of Local Music Monday, we feature Justin Wells and Jason Parsons of Fifth On The Floor. This is a tribute to the band as they are breaking up after 9 years.

LRC Public Information

2015 marked the first year for a new reporting requirement for business and other groups registered to lobby in Frankfort.


The debate over Indiana’s controversial new religious freedom law is also prompting new questions about Kentucky’s version.

Cauley-Stein Continues To Rack Up Honors

Mar 31, 2015
UK Athletics

Kentucky junior forward Willie Cauley-Stein, already considered a consensus All-American by the NCAA, was tabbed a 2015 John R. Wooden All-American on Monday. Cauley-Stein was one of 10 Wooden All-Americans announced on a 30-minute show on ESPNU on Monday.

Associated Press

Gov. Steve Beshear's administration is arguing in a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court that Kentucky's ban on gay marriage isn't discriminatory because it bars both gay and straight people from same-sex unions.  The brief argues that because Kentucky's law bars everyone from same-sex marriage, it isn't discriminatory and should be upheld.