Local/Regional News

UK Freshman Beau Revlett recently received a Clinton Global Initiative grant to maintain a garden at Arbor Youth Services in Lexington. Produce from the garden will help feed and raise money for the homeless children of Arbor Youth Services. Our guests are Beau and AYS Director Ginny Vicini.

Associated Press

University of Louisville President James Ramsey has failed to immediately follow through on his pledge to offer his resignation to the school's new governing board.

Bevin Says He Did Not Order Education Center Name Change

Jul 14, 2016
Josh James

Kentucky's Republican governor says he did not order officials to remove the name of former first lady Jane Beshear from the Capitol Education Center.

Court Grants Clerk Kim Davis Request To Drop Appeal

Jul 13, 2016
Associated Press

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed appeals from a county clerk in Kentucky who went to jail for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses.

Plan To Protect Pollinators To Be Reviewed At Meeting

Jul 13, 2016
AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster

The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is planning a second public forum on the state's plan to protect pollinators such as honey bees.

AP / Manuel Balce Ceneta

With two days remaining before a scheduled seven-week recess, Kentucky’s senior senator is holding the line on a bill that provides $1.1 billion to combat the spread of the Zika virus.

Josh James / WUKY

Kentucky's Republican governor says the state is now accepting applications on how to spend up to $100 million of taxpayer money to help train the state's workforce.

Bevin Appointee To UofL Board Declines Position

Jul 12, 2016
Associated Press

A recent appointee to the University of Louisville board of trustees has declined the position, and Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed someone to replace him.

Josh James / WUKY

Kentucky Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt is responding to Freedom From Religion Foundation mailers sent to public school districts in the region warning them against organizing field trips to the state’s new Noah’s ark theme park.

Greg Davis

Researchers in the University of Kentucky's School of Art and Visual Studies are looking for volunteers to participate in a study gauging the effect of creative arts on people with mild to moderate dementia, as well as their caregivers.