WUKY In Depth

In depth stories from the WUKY news team.

Associated Press

The primary election is less than 24 hours away.  Kentucky's Secretary of State has projected around 30% of the state's registered voters will cast a ballot, a number much higher than in 2015 when only 12% of the electorate showed up to the polls.  What could all this mean for the candidates for office?  We put that question to Kentucky Gazette Editor and Publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock.

Commerce Lexington

This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Commerce Lexington Board Chair Karen Hill about the organization's recent leadership visit to Boise, Idaho.

Alan Lytle / WUKY

Kentucky Gazette editor and publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock has been following the money that Lexington's mayoral candidates have been raising for their respective campaigns.  She talks about her findings with WUKY's Alan Lytle.

Karyn Czar

This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Alltech's Susanna Elliott about the company's 34th annual ONE Ideas Conference kicking off this weekend in downtown Lexington.

Matt Goins/Lexington Herald-Leader via AP

WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Kentucky Gazette editor and publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock about the amount of "outside" money that's already been spent on Kentucky's Sixth Congressional District race.

Matt Goins/Lexington Herald-Leader via AP

Kentucky Gazette editor and publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock has been studying the fundraising of several Congressional candidates prior to next month's party primaries.  She talks about her findings with WUKY's Alan Lytle.

Business Lexington

This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle and Business Lexington editor Tom Wilmes discuss the fate of a 45 year staple of Lexington's restaurant scene, the new advisory board for the Town Branch Project, plus the latest phase of Lexington's quest to become the largest gigabit city in the U.S.

Sometimes Addicts 'Just Want To Be Heard'

Apr 24, 2018
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Many of us at one time or another have benefited from a kind word of encouragement when we’re going through difficult struggles, and that’s especially true for individuals caught up in the throes of addiction.  In this latest installment of the OA Chronicles, (OA in this case standing for Opioid Addiction), independent producer Nadia Ramlagan highlights the first organized effort in Kentucky to do just that.

Business Lexington

This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle and Business Lexington editor Tom Wilmes discuss City Center, the new name for the nearly decade long Centrepointe project in downtown Lexington, plus a new mini target store coming to the UK campus area.

Associated Press

The 2018 Kentucky General Assembly has completed its work.  The question now is what effect will the tumultuous session have on upcoming electoral contests?  WUKY's Alan Lytle talks various scenarios with Laura Cullen Glasscock, editor and publisher of the Frankfort-based Kentucky Gazette.

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