Karyn Czar

Morning News Anchor / Reporter

Karyn Czar joined the WUKY News team July 1, 2013, but she's no stranger to radio.

As a news anchor and reporter for Clear Channel until they closed their Lexington news bureau in April 2009, she has over 15 years of radio experience and has taken home numerous Associated Press and Edward R. Murrow awards including best reporter, best continuing coverage, best spot news, best newscast and best use of sound.

You can hear her weekday mornings during Morning Edition.

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Josh James / WUKY

The bright summer day went dim, crickets launched into an early rendition of their nightly mating calls, and Lexingtonians lifted their eyes in unison Monday. The total solar eclipse drew watchers across the city in several designated viewing areas.

Samantha Lederman

Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Lexington Monday evening to promote peace and unity in reaction to the racial violence committed Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia. 

LexArts

Another new art mural is brightening an area of downtown Lexington. The vibrant pops of color honor 19th century political giant, Henry Clay.

WUKY

Fayette County Schools are heading in the right direction.  That was the message from School Superintendent Manny Caulk Thursday during the district's first State of the Schools Address.

Karyn Czar

It took a village of sponsors and after years of planning and construction, 24 new affordable apartments are being used by survivors of partner abuse. 

Karyn Czar / WUKY

Don't listen for any whinnying horses, spinning lassos, or snorting bulls; instead it's horns and the hum of hulking road equipment at this rodeo.

Lexington Bluegrass Airport

Some flights were off schedule at Lexington’s Blue Grass Airport this morning.

kentucky.com

Lexington police are investigating three shootings in the city that took place within hours of each other, hitting four people. One of the incidents happened on South Broadway just before 3:30 in the afternoon. A 19-year-old was found at the scene and died from his injuries. A 20-year-old was taken to the hospital in a private vehicle.

LFUCG

The community is being asked to give first responders in Lexington a week they’ll never forget. The Rotary Club of Lexington is sponsoring the annual First Responders Appreciation Week, May 22-26.

Lexington Herald Leader

Leon Smith has been charged with defrauding more than $1.2 million from professional athletes who used his companies for financial services. Smith has been indicted of laundering, aggravated identity theft and “devising a scheme to defraud and obtain money and property from clients by means of false pretenses.”

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