Local/Regional News
4:15 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

UK Starts Consortium To Tackle Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Lexington, KY – Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear says the state will join with utility companies and the University of Kentucky for a 24-million dollar, ten year project studying ways to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants. UK President Lee Todd says these are the kind of problems the state's flagship university should be working to solve. The project will be managed by the university's Center for Applied Energy Research.

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2:53 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

Boxing Champ Greg Page Passes Away

Louisville, KY – Page held the World Boxing Association heavyweight title from December of 1984

until April of 1985. It was during a comeback attempt eight years ago against Dale

Crowe in northern Kentucky that Page suffered injuries that left him permanently

disabled. Funeral arrangements for Greg Page are pending.

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Local/Regional News
2:39 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

100 Years of 4 H In KY

Lexington, KY – This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the 4-H program in Kentucky. And while 4-H's beginnings are in agriculture, today, young people can participate in clubs that explore everything from rocketry to communication skills. In fact, in 2008, more than 233-thousand young Kentuckians participated in 129 different 4-H programs, projects and camps. From the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Carol Spence reports.

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2:30 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

A Century of 4-H In KY

Lexington, KY – This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the 4-H program in Kentucky. And while 4-H's beginnings are in agriculture, today, young people can participate in clubs that explore everything from rocketry to communication skills. In fact, in 2008, more than 233-thousand young Kentuckians participated in 129 different 4-H programs, projects and camps. From the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Carol Spence reports.

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Local/Regional News
2:22 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

A Century of 4-H In KY

Lexington, KY – This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the 4-H program in Kentucky. And while 4-H's beginnings are in agriculture, today, young people can participate in clubs that explore everything from rocketry to communication skills. In fact, in 2008, more than 233-thousand young Kentuckians participated in 129 different 4-H programs, projects and camps. From the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Carol Spence reports.

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Local/Regional News
2:22 pm
Mon April 27, 2009

A Century of 4-H In KY

Lexington, KY – This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the 4-H program in Kentucky. And while 4-H's beginnings are in agriculture, today, young people can participate in clubs that explore everything from rocketry to communication skills. In fact, in 2008, more than 233-thousand young Kentuckians participated in 129 different 4-H programs, projects and camps. From the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Carol Spence reports.

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Local/Regional News
5:14 am
Fri April 24, 2009

New Poet Laureate Installed

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Local/Regional News
4:33 am
Fri April 24, 2009

Tenure Abolition Opposition Continues To Mount

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Local/Regional News
5:57 am
Thu April 23, 2009

American Heart Association Holds Heartwalk This Saturday At UK

Lexingotn, KY – In this week's Focus On UK, Alan Lytle previews the annual fundraiser that benefits research at the Gill Heart Institute.

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4:34 am
Thu April 23, 2009

Frankfort Regional Medical Center Voted Best Place To Work

Frankfort, KY – Beating out five other major hospitals in the state, Frankfort Regional Medical Center is the Best Place To Work in Kentucky among companies with 250 employees or more. CEO Chip Peal says the hospital has gone from third, to second, to first in three years. "We really try to involve everybody in as many decisions as we can, get input from our staff, input from the leadership team, input from the physicians, just to make it a place where people want to work."

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