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Lexington is one of nine Kentucky cities that will receive millions in American Rescue Plan dollars directly from the federal government, but it could be a while before those funds get farmed out into the community. 

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A pre-filed bill limiting transgender girls' and women's participation in school sports in Kentucky could run afoul of Title IX, according to the latest statement by the U.S. Department of Education. 

Karyn Czar, WUKY

The University of Kentucky has been selected to head up a national research study of the Moderna vaccine's effectiveness and the dosasge needed to protect young children against COVID-19. Karyn Czar reports.

UK Athletics

Autumn Humes just completed an outstanding career, on and off the field, with the University of Kentucky softball program, and she recently took a few minutes to reflect on both her high school and college athletic experiences with host Keith Elkins.


UK Now

If you're feeling a little uneasy about getting back out into the post-pandemic world you are certainly not alone. Dr. Greg gets some re-entry tips from Ann Bassoni, a licensed clinical social worker with UK Work-Life.

Pressure is likely to mount on Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear to call a special session this year to vote on redistricting maps, which will require lawmakers to refashion dwindling districts on the ends of the state. 


Google today announced that Milo Golding, an 11th grader at Lexington Christian Academy, is the winner of Google’s national Doodle for Google contest. Tomorrow, millions of people will see his artwork featured on Google’s homepage for twenty-four hours. WUKY's Karyn Czar reports.


A new online driver’s license renewal system could save Kentuckians a trip to the licensing office.

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says the nation could see a repeat of the 2016 fight over a U.S. Supreme Court vacancy if Republicans win back control of the Senate. 

Advanced D&D Episode 20

Jun 14, 2021

Advanced D&D is a podcast hosted by Dan Wu and DeBraun Thomas!

In this episode, Dan & DeBraun react to the new COVID-19 guidelines, talk vaccines, Loki, Stargate, Mare of Easttown, remember the late Prince Rogers Nelson, have a deep conversation about corporations profiting off of movements including Pride and BLM, the importance of Juneteenth, & more! 

*Views expressed on this podcast do not represent those of WUKY*


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