The track at Lafayette High School was covered in pink and purple, the favorite colors of 15-year old Trinity Gay. The daughter of Olympian Tyson Gay was killed when she got caught in the crossfire of a shootout outside a Lexington restaurant Sunday morning.
A state judge has ordered Republican Gov. Matt Bevin to release $17.8 million to most public colleges and universities. Franklin Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate signed the order on Monday. It says Bevin must release the money within three days.
Two men are looking at some serious jail time after a federal grand jury indicted them for distributing carfentanil, a synthetic opioid 10,000 times more potent than morphine, which resulted in seven overdoses last month in Rowan County.
Kentucky Supreme Court officials say Republican Gov. Matt Bevin did not ask the court to reconsider its decision banning him from cutting the budgets of public colleges and universities without the legislature's approval.
A new documentary that exposes the darker side of the temporary staffing industry will have a special showing this week at the University of Kentucky. The College of Public Health and other departments are screening and discussing the award winning film “A Day’s Work” Friday from noon to two in room 223 in the multi-disciplinary science building.