Local/Regional News

Lexington, KY – The June issue of Delta Air Lines'Sky Magazine features 60 pages including advertisements, devoted to Lexington and Central Kentucky. Kathleen Adams has details.

Lexington, KY – With the death toll from the massive earthquake that hit Sichaun province in China earlier this month climbing towards 70,000, the Chinese community in Lexington is raising money for relief efforts. Kathleen Adams has details.

Lexington, KY – Researchers at the University of Kentucky will use a new NIH Grant to study the relationship of pollution, nutrition and disease.

Lexington, KY – State and local officials were in Lexington today to cut the ribbon on a new men's drug and alcohol abuse recovery center at the Hope Center.

Lexington, KY – Following Tuesday night's presidential primary in Kentucky, bluegrass state democrats have stated loudly and clearly their support for Hillary Clinton. Barack Obama's Tuesday night victory across the country in Oregon, however, has put the Illinois senator in the driver's seat in the final weeks of the primary season.

"He's obviously the odds-on favorite, but there are more primaries," said WUKY political reporter Ken Kurtz.

Lexington, KY – Six candidates in three Lexington precincts will face off in November for Urban County Council seats. Bryan Bartlett has more.

Lexington, KY – Engineering students at the University of Kentucky continue to work on a vehicle that's powered soley by the sun.

Lexington, KY – Memorial Day weekend is one of the busiest travel times of the year and traffic enforcement officials are expected to be out patrolling roadways in record numbers. But as Kathleen Adams reports, the best defense against getting a ticket is a good offense.

Lexington, KY – Only two minor delays were reported this morning when the polls opened in Lexington. Kathleen Adams talked with voters outside a Fayette County precinct near UK and filed this report.

Lexington, KY – Lexingtonians head to the polls Tuesday where they weigh in on national, state and local races including several district council seats. Bryan Bartlett has more.

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