WUKY In Depth

In depth stories from the WUKY news team.

This week, Erik Carlson discusses Kentucky's Bourbon boom, carbon capture in the Bluegrass, and a way forward for the Rupp Arena project.

This week we discuss Lexington's real estate market, another restaurant opening up, and the latest beer news on BizLexChat.

Lexmark In Bidding War, Latest Libation News In BizLexChat

Jul 14, 2014

Lexington-based Lexmark is in a bidding war for a Swedish software company.  We discuss the company's options in this week's BizLexChat.

Our series of reports highlighting great tourism spots continues this week as Alan Lytle makes a few stops along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.

Kentucky Family Claims Negligence By Local VA

Jul 8, 2014

The children of Louis Smith say lack of treatment at the Lexington VA destroyed their father's quality of life.

Will The Building Boom Continue In Downtown Lexington?

Jul 7, 2014

This week in BizLexChat we look at the long-term prospects of Lexington's pace of downtown development.

Group Working To Publicize 1867's 'Fourth Of July To Remember'

Jul 3, 2014
The Kentucky Archaeological Survey/Kentucky Heritage Council.

A team of historians has uncovered a significant civil rights rally in Lexington that was held on the Fourth of July, 1867.

This week, we discuss two new public-private partnerships at UK dealing with sports and licensing and the Brookings Global Cities Initiative Forum.

On this week's BizLexChat, we discuss the collapse of negotiations on the city's Rupp Arena project and a move to Lexington for the Breeder's Cup.

This week Josh James talks about recent business news headlines with Erik Carlson, editor in chief of Business Lexington.