Local/Regional News

Lexington, KY – Many low income Kentuckians could boost their incomes by applying for the Earned Income Tax Credit. As Kathleen Adams reports, low-wage earners often don't apply for the credit because they don't know about it.

Lexington, KY – Women's safety on campus is the subject of a major study being conducted by University of Kentucky researchers. As Josh James reports, the survey promises more detailed results than previous efforts.

Lexington – Former President Bill Clinton will be in Lexington next week raising money for his wife's presidential campaign. As Josh James reports, the fundraiser will take place at the home of state Democratic Party Chairman Jerry Lundergan.

Lexington, KY – Starting tomorrow, wine collectors as well as those who just enjoy a good glass of vino can purchase a locally produced bottle of wine and raise funds for a central Kentucky equine group at the same time. Kathleen Adams has details.

Lexington, KY – With the rates of colorectal cancer in Kentucky much higher than the national average, state health officals are encouraging Kentuckians to undergo screening for the disease. Kathleen Adams reports.

Lexington, KY – Spring may be less than two weeks away, but as Kathleen Adams reports many central Kentuckians are still falling victim to the flu.

Lexington, KY – Daylight Saving Time returns to most of the country this weekend and as Kathleen Adams reports, that means many people will be sleep deprived.

Lexington, KY – Advocates pressing for the relocation of Blue Grass Stockyards to Midway cleared another hurdle Thursday night as the Versailles - Midway - Woodford County Planning and Zoning Commission voted in favor of a controversial amendment to the region's zoning ordinances. Josh James explains.

Lexington – The foundation responsible for bringing the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games to Central Kentucky has unveiled a new logo to be used for the marketing and merchandising of the event.

Lexington, KY – According to a report in the Blood-Horse magazine, several members have recently left the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation's board of directors. Kathleen Adams reports on what that could mean for horses under the group's care in Kentucky.