Samantha Lederman

Kentucky may be the Horse Capitol Of The World, but breaking in to the Thoroughbred Industry is not the easiest thing to do.  WUKY's Samantha Lederman reports on the Godolphin Flying Start Programme, a two year course that helps its graduates do exactly that.


Officials in western Kentucky say a proposed museum dedicated to bluegrass music pioneer Bill Monroe is getting closer to reality.

Josh James / WUKY

Senate Democrats are working to present a united front against a bill they say threatens to "resegregate" Louisville schools.

KY News Service

Backlash from solar users and advocates has slowed a proposal in the Kentucky Senate to change the rules on net metering - the way utilities and consumers with rooftop solar trade energy.

Lexington Fayette Urban County Govt.

This week on the Business Side we talk with Mattie Morton, administrator for Lexington's Summer Youth Job Training Program. It’s a public-private partnership that provides real-world job experience to students between the ages of 14 and 17 by pairing them up to work for local employers.

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A charter school bill backed by Gov. Matt Bevin cleared one half of the legislature Friday, but not without sparking an animated floor debate in the House.

UK Now

A retired U.S Ambassador says if President Trump goes through with rumored 37% budget cuts to the State Department and the U.S. Agency For International Development, that would be a mistake.

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A charter school bill is back on track in the Kentucky General Assembly, according to its sponsor. Earlier indications this week suggested the measure had hit roadblocks.

Kentucky Youth Advocates

Kentucky children could be placed with close family friends after being removed from their homes under a bill that has won final legislative approval.

Bill Proposes Golf Cart Deliveries

Mar 2, 2017
LRC Public Information

Golf carts could become part of a package-delivery company's fleet if a bill advancing in the Kentucky legislature becomes law. House Bill 404 was passed by the state House on a 61-36 vote after a long debate Wednesday. The proposal now goes to the Senate.