Lexington Officer Charged With Misconduct

A former public information officer with the Lexington Police Department has been charged with official misconduct after a woman accused him of stalking her. Sergeant Jervis Middleton is accused of spying on a woman he dated for more than a year.

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A choir teacher from Winburn Middle School has pleaded not guilty to sexual abuse charges. Thomas Steuart entered his plea yesterday in a Fayette County Courtroom. According to the criminal complaint, the abuse happened between 2015 and 2017.

Arbor Youth Services

Every day, a young man or woman turns 18 and becomes homeless; and depending on the survey, Kentucky ranks either at or near the bottom nationally when it comes to Youth Homelessness.  Not surprisingly a good number of these young adults are struggling with opioid addiction.  In the latest installment of our series, the OA Chronicles, Independent producer Nadia Ramlagan takes us to  Arbor Youth Services, an emergency shelter for children located in downtown Lexington.

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At a Lexington conference, local and national experts are mapping out plans for a statewide bicycle and pedestrian advocacy network in Kentucky.

Bevin Defends Pension Law In Hard-Hitting Speech

Aug 16, 2018
Associated Press

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin warned Wednesday that Kentucky's counties will be "screwed" financially if the state's Supreme Court invalidates a new pension law, saying that unchecked increases in pension obligations will "hammer the blazes out of your budgets."

Attorney General: OK To Post List Of Write-In Candidates

Aug 16, 2018
Josh James / WUKY

Kentucky's attorney general says it is OK for election officials to post a list of certified write-in candidates at polling places.

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Philadelphia-based artist Karyn Olivier is putting the finishing touches on new artwork aimed at re-framing the space surrounding a controversial mural in the University of Kentucky’s Memorial Hall.

It's Move In Day At UK

Aug 15, 2018
Karyn Czar/WUKY

The population of Lexington is about to go up by several thousand people in the next few days. It’s move in day at the University of Kentucky and upperclassmen, faculty and alum are giving new students and their families a big blue welcome.

Food Connection

It’s pretty much a given that aspiring medical professionals learn all about the intricacies of digestion and other physiologies of the GI tract.  But it might surprise you to know how little training they receive about things like nutrition, the basics of cooking, even food in general.  That’s the topic of this week’s edition of Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine.

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Neighborhood residents, business owners, traffic planners, architects, and even a former vice mayor offered their two cents on a 35-year, multi-million dollar proposal to rehome Lexington's government center Tuesday night.

Bevin Promotes Chinese Partnership Amid US Trade Dispute

Aug 14, 2018
AP Photo

Facing a growing trade dispute between the world's largest economies that threatens Kentucky's growing auto industry, Republican Gov. Matt Bevin struck an optimistic tone during a meeting with China's ambassador to the U.S. as he pledged to woo more Chinese-owned companies to the state.

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