Alan Lytle

News Director

Bitten by the radio bug as a teenager, Alan Lytle got his start start more than 30 years ago volunteering in Clermont County, Ohio for WOBO-FM. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree  in Broadcasting from the University of Cincinnati and worked at a variety of radio stations in the Cincinnati market, then made the move to Lexington in the mid-1990s.

Lytle has served as WUKY News Director since 2002 and been the recipient of numerous Associated Press, CASE, and Communicator awards. He took home AP's Best Radio Anchor award in 2016. When not covering news, Lytle enjoys cheering on the Wildcats (and Bearcats) and hanging out with his pet beagle, Howie. He recently earned a Master’s degree in U.S. History from the University of Kentucky.

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Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren joined candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes Sunday in Louisville.

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Central Kentuckians can see what it takes to become an Olympic-level fencer in a new documentary debuting this week in Lexington.

A non-profit group has decided to take back an offer to donate a wheelchair to a man convicted of killing  a UK football player back in 1994.

UK Athletics posted a 3.218 cumulative grade point average for the recently concluded Spring semester - it's best showing since 2003.

UK will use a new $1.5 M grant to craft a program for the prevention and treatment of substance abuse among adolescents.

On the day before the statewide primary Ken Kurtz discusses the major contests on the ballot and tells us what to watch for starting Wednesday morning.

Central Kentuckians have an opportunity to experience a celebration of libations this weekend.

CentrePointe Design Changes, Lexmark Acquisitions This Week In BizLexChat

May 12, 2014

Centrepointe's design changes, Lexmark in a buying mood, plus the 2015 governor's race and more in this week's BizLexChat.

Two state employees at the heart of a sexual harassment case against a former lawmaker say legislators still have a clubhouse mentality.

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12.5 billion dollars.  That’s the estimated economic impact that Kentucky’s Tourism Industry had on the state’s economy in 2013.

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