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Report: Locked Out SNAP Recipients Face Barriers To Returning

Health advocates say more than 10,000 Kentuckians have lost access to SNAP benefits, popularly known as food stamps, as time limits have been reinstated in most Kentucky counties. Now, a new report suggests many recipients face barriers to reactivating those benefits.

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Unloading A Clunker?

Donate your car to WUKY. It's simple, hassle-free, and a great way to help fund your favorite public radio station.

Hear BBC News Live On WUKY HD-3

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – When Stamper thinks back on Halloweens past, her memories are more soupy than scary.

Lexington, KY – Dr. Todd discusses a minority business symposium.

North Mississippi Allstars chat and play live on WUKY.

North Mississippi Allstars

Mike Graves interviews Chuck Prophet - live on WUKY.

Chuck Prophet, live on WUKY.

Lexington, KY – Construction has been launched on UK's new medical complex.

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WUKY Welcomes New Rock & Roots Host

You know DeBraun Thomas from The Crunkadelic Funk Show... now hear him live weekday mornings from 9-noon on Rock & Roots!

The Totals Are In

Because of you, WUKY and our sponsors were able to fill 2,500 backpacks with food for kids in need.

Neko Case Comes To Lexington

Production Simple is pleased to announce that Neko Case with Shannon and The Clams will appear at Manchester Music Hall on Thursday, April 25th at 8 PM.

NPR is offering a chance for students across the country to turn classrooms into production studios, assignments into scripts, and ideas into sound.

Friday Rewind

WUKY delivers a roundup of the week's top headlines from our award-winning newsroom straight to your inbox.

Dr. Greg Davis On Medicine

Learn more about the voice behind WUKY's exclusive weekly feature covering "medical news you can use."

Not Real News

AP Photo/Evan Vucci

Facing closely contested election races in Florida and Arizona, President Donald Trump is spreading misleading rhetoric regarding voting fraud.

A photo showing a crowd of nearly one million people engulfing major roadways was not taken during President Donald Trump's rally in Houston this week, as several people falsely claimed on social media.

A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these is legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked these out. Here are the real facts:

Find out which false stories are trending in your newsfeed

Keeping Blues Music Alive In Kentucky

Check out the noncommMUSIC Alliance feature on WUKY's own Joe Conkwright.

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