Josh James

Reporter / Webmaster

Josh James fell in love with college radio at Western Kentucky University's student station, New Rock 92 (now known as Revolution 91.7). After working as a DJ and Program Director, he knew he wanted to come home to Lexington and try his hand in public radio.

In 2003, he joined WUKY as a part-time reporter and weekend announcer. He's earned several awards from the Kentucky Associated Press, including Best Radio Documentary in 2005. An avid music fan raised on The Beatles and British Invasion rock, James also enjoyed a stint in the programming department, hosting WUKY's Rock & Roots from 11-1 pm weekdays.  He currently works as a reporter and webmaster for the station. When he's off duty, James enjoys songwriting, philosophy, and kicking back with his cat, Brooklyn.

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The next time you make a trip the Fayette County Health Department, the task of locating the various public health services will likely be a lot easier.

The Urban County Council voted to move forward with funding for a variety of city projects Thursday.

The unique challenges facing aging LGBT adults seeking medical care may not be obvious to everyone, but one Lexington group wants to change that.

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It may not be the first place that comes to mind when one thinks about health insurance, but the state has opened a Kynect store inside Fayette Mall.

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Readers of all ages are being invited to peruse the offerings at the 33rd Annual Kentucky Book Fair this weekend.

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The buildings that once made up the University of Kentucky’s Cooperstown were taken down to make room for a new student housing complex.

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Lexington’s Cardinal Hill Hospital recently became only the second facility in the country to acquire an new robotic system dubbed a G-EO.

There are new wrinkles in the Pappy Van Winkle heist saga. Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton says he thinks the heist was an inside job.

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This Veterans Day, the list of soldiers engraved on Kentucky’s Vietnam War Memorial is one name longer.

This week, Business Lexington editor-in-chief Erik Carlson discusses the agenda going forward after the midterm elections.

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