WUKY In Depth

In depth stories from the WUKY news team.

What About BOB, LOST, And Patent Trolls This Week On BizLex Chat

Mar 17, 2014
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This week we discuss two business measures being debated in Frankfort and the expansion of Best Of Bluegrass later this summer.

STORYCORPS: Northern Kentucky Advocate Discovers The Power Of The Pen

Mar 13, 2014
Kentucky Center For Smoke Free Policy

This week meet a Northern Kentuckian who launched a letter writing campaign for no-smoking ordinances across the state.

Movie Screen Wars, Very BADD Report In This Week's BizLexChat

Mar 10, 2014

This week we examine the race to build movie palaces in the Rupp Arena corridor and the state auditor's report on the Bluegrass A.D.D.

Reporter's Notebook: The March On Frankfort

Mar 8, 2014
Josh James / WUKY

This week thousands gathered to mark the 50th anniversary  of the March on Frankfort.   DeBraun Thomas files this reporter's notebook.

STORYCORPS: Lexington Musicians Chime In On Smoking Ban

Mar 6, 2014
Kentucky Center For Smoke Free Policy

This week two musicians who've played Lexington's hot spots before, during, and after the no-smoking ordinance.

BEAM, Bourbon And Other Potent Potables In BizLexChat

Mar 3, 2014
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UK and U of L cash in on BEAM momentum, plus Maker's Mark expansion plans discussed in our weekly BizLexChat.

STORYCORPS: Second Hand Smoke Key Issue In Smoking Bans

Feb 27, 2014
Kentucky Center For Smoke Free Policy

The dangerous health effects of second-hand smoke played a key role in making Lexington a smoke-free community.

The Business Of Education This Week On BizLexChat

Feb 24, 2014

Transy has a new president, plus UK's new provost and ag. dean, all discussed at some length in this week's BizLexChat segment.

UK Patterson School

A University of Kentucky professor asserts that the U-S Air Force should be abolished.

STORYCORPS: Passing A Statewide Smoke-Free Law

Feb 20, 2014
Kentucky Center For Smoke Free Policy

This week in StoryCorps, meet the Lexington legislator trying to round up votes for passage of a statewide smoke-free law.

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