The University of Kentucky is developing the first ever concussion protocol for jockeys. The university announced a three-year study on Monday in partnership with the Jockeys' Guild and several thoroughbred organizations.
Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear has been named co-chairman of a group of law enforcement officials that battles substance abuse. Beshear will serve on the Substance Abuse Committee of the National Association of Attorneys General.
It’s been anything but a typical Monday at Kentucky Blood Center. Communications manager Denise Fields tells WUKY lines have grown longer for people wanting to do something meaningful in the wake of the Orlando shootings.
Hundreds of single flames illuminated the sky Sunday night at Triangle Park and prayer and hymns were led from a temporary podium as children played in the nearby fountain, still innocent to the events that had taken place the night before in Orlando.
Candlelight vigil held in downtown Lexington.
Lexington officials tell crowd at Sunday night's candlelight vigil, the city's Gay Pride Festival will go on as planned.
Former President Jimmy Carter visited the site of a Noah's Ark attraction being built in central Kentucky. Carter toured the 510-foot-long wooden ark after an invitation from a friend whose firm is helping construct the ark. The attraction is set to open on July 7.