Local/Regional News

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With all of the international students affected by President Trump’s new travel restrictions at the University of Kentucky accounted for, attention now shifts to the unexpected, and often emotional, decisions those students will face in the coming months.

Is Trump FCC Threat To Net Neutrality

Jan 30, 2017

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guaranteed equal access to the Internet two years ago, when the regulatory agency passed net neutrality, backed by the Obama administration.

Trump Executive Order Protested At Louisville Airport

Jan 30, 2017
Lexington Herald-Leader

Several dozen protesters gathered at Louisville International Airport, chanting "no hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here" in opposition to President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration.

Mansion with Lincoln Ties Could Be Up For Sale

Jan 30, 2017
Lexington Herald-Leader

A nonprofit entrusted to turn a Lexington-area mansion tied to Abraham Lincoln into a museum is considering selling it.

Report: Road Project Retaliation By Bevin Can't Be Proved

Jan 27, 2017
Josh James / WUKY

A report written by an attorney for a special House committee says the panel couldn't prove that Gov. Matt Bevin stopped a road project in retaliation against a Democratic lawmaker who rejected the governor's request to become Republican.

Hundreds Rally For School Choice In Frankfort

Jan 27, 2017
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Several hundred people have braved snowy conditions to attend a rally outside the Kentucky Capitol advocating for school choice.

Josh James / WUKY

Blink and you might miss the charging hub located along East High Street across from Calvary Baptist Church.

University of Kentucky

Cats fans, UK is calling on you to help them make the record books. On Saturday, a representative from the Guinness Book of World Records will be at the Kentucky-Kansas game in Rupp Arena to see if the crowd can set a record for the loudest indoor cheer. Fans of NBA’s Sacramento Kings have been the current title holder since November of 2013.

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Gov. Matt Bevin has accused Attorney General Andy Beshear of backpedaling on his promise to defend a new abortion law passed this month by the Republican-led General Assembly.

More Than A Road: Celebrating Man O'War's 100th Birthday

Jan 25, 2017
Kentucky Horse Park

The Kentucky Horse Park is planning a year-long celebration to honor the great thoroughbred Man o' War.

The Lexington tourist attraction says its plans to open an exhibit featuring artifacts from Man o' War's illustrious career as a racehorse and sire. The exhibit will open on March 29. The celebration is part of observances planned for the horse's 100th birthday.