This week we eavesdrop on a conversation between UK African American Studies professor DaMaris Hill and her student Nathan Moore. Under discussion is a recent anthology that showcases multiculturalism and characters of color – Mothership: Tales from Afrofuturism & Beyond edited by Bill Campbell and Edward Austin Hall.

The Fayette County School Board could decide who will lead the district on an interim basis as early as tonight but they won’t be rushing to name a permanent Superintendent.

General Motors Co. says it's been restoring some prized Chevrolet Corvettes extracted from a sinkhole at a Kentucky museum. 

President Barack Obama and Senator Mitch McConnell sat down in the Oval Office.  Bourbon not involved.

In light of the events in Ferguson, Missouri, a University of Kentucky organization recently held a community discussion on police discrimination. 

If you rely on New Circle Road near Leestown to get to work or school, transportation officials have just two pieces of advice for you: Leave early or look for alternate routes. The area is now grappling with two separate road widening projects.

Legislative Research Commission

A state Senator from Louisville has become the first black person elected to a leadership position in the General Assembly.

 Stay tuned for more great WUKY events coming soon...

Lexington’s newest free downtown concert series... live music from the best local acts and exciting up and coming nationally touring bands.... great food and refreshments too. Live music under the stars downtown in Phoenix Park… produced by Downtown Lexington Corp... WUKY’s Phoenix Fridays!

WE'VE ADDED MORE MUSIC... NOW IT'S THREE BANDS AT EACH SHOW...

HERE'S THE SEPTEMBER 26 LINEUP...

Cyber Week Security Tips

Dec 3, 2014

On-line shopping is at an all time high this time of year.  Here are a few tips to keep your identity safe while shopping with your computer.

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