Local/Regional News

The mother of a Lexington Catholic High School Student claims her son was threatened and called racial slurs by a classmate and Lexington Police are investigating. 

Associated Press

The University of Louisville Faculty Senate has voted to anonymously poll its members to see whether they have confidence in Dr. James Ramsey's ability to lead the school.

Louisville Announces More Sanctions For Men's Basketball

Apr 7, 2016

Louisville has announced additional self-imposed sanctions on its men's basketball program in the wake of an escort's allegations, reducing scholarships for the 2017-19 seasons and restricting official recruiting visits and recruiting opportunities for staff.

Services Scheduled For Couple Killed In Belgium

Apr 7, 2016

Services for a couple with Kentucky and Tennessee ties killed in last month’s terrorist attacks in Brussels have been set. 


Lexington Mayor Jim Gray says his Senate campaign has raised $1.75 million in the first quarter.

LRC Public Information

Kentucky House and Senate leaders are slated to resume budget talks as the session deadline approaches.

LRC Public Information

Following specific bills as they wind their way through the Kentucky General Assembly and sifting through the legalese often takes more research than the average voter is up for, but a project launched at the University of Kentucky aims to cut through the clutter.


Tuesday afternoon, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray laid out his budget plan for the upcoming fiscal year. 

Josh James / WUKY

The state’s new online voter registration portal debuted more than two weeks ago, but Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is touring the commonwealth to raise awareness. She made a stop in Lexington Tuesday.


A Kentucky lawyer who billed himself as "Mr. Social Security" has been indicted on charges that he made millions by paying a doctor and a judge to rubber-stamp disability claims using phony medical evidence.