Josh James

Laura Cullen Glasscock, editor and publisher of the Frankfort-based Kentucky Gazette has been keeping her eye on a number of competitve Kentucky Senate races this fall.  She has a number of surprising insights and shares them with WUKY's Alan Lytle.

Benny Snell Jr. rushed for four touchdowns to break a Kentucky career record, including two in the fourth quarter, and the Wildcats held No. 14 Mississippi State to 56 yards rushing for a 28-7 upset Saturday night.

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Journalist Alice Allison Dunnigan triumphed over sexism and racism to become the first black woman accredited to cover the White House.

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With support for an all-purpose government center at Midland Avenue and Main Street crumbling last week, Lexington's mayoral candidates recommend hitting pause on discussions about a new city hall. 

University of Kentucky

A research facility devoted to addressing and eradicating the state’s most significant health disparities officially opened this morning on UK’s campus.

Kentucky officials say volunteers are needed for county Citizen Foster Care Review Boards.

UK Athletics

The Kentucky Wildcats look to remain unbeaten but to do that they’re going to have to take down the Mississippi State Bulldogs this Saturday night in Kroger Field.  MSU is a top 15 team so the Wildcats could vault into the top 25 if they pull off the upset.  One way to do that is to limit the effectiveness of dynamic quarterback Nick Fitzgerald.   WUKY's Alan Lytle gets the scouting report from LEX 18 sports anchor Keith Farmer.

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Lexington mayoral hopefuls Ronnie Bastin and Linda Gorton took on the topic of education at an hour-long forum Thursday night. 

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The fate of Kentucky’s divisive pension reform bill rests in the hands of the state Supreme Court, which heard arguments Thursday on its constitutionality. The matter comes freighted with politics, as it pits two gubernatorial candidates against one another on a highly-charged issue that could play a role in upcoming elections.

The Kentucky Arts Council is seeking artwork from military veterans, their spouses and their children for a special exhibit that will go on display later this year.