Karyn Czar

This week on the Business Side we check in with Business Lexington editor Tom Wilmes to go behind some recent local business headlines. Among the topics, Lexington's landing of a USL franchise, a one on one interview with Keeneland's new leader and how state tax incentives helped a Lexington-based media company retrofit a long-shuttered cineplex.

Kentucky falls to top ranked Georgia 30-13

Oct 17, 2021
Associated Press

Will Levis passed for 198 yards and two scores but it was not enough as No. 11 Kentucky fell at top-ranked Georgia 30-13 on Saturday.  Levis connected on 32 of his 42 passes, including one-yard touchdown strikes to Justin Rigg and Wan'Dale Robinson in the game. The Cats struggled to run the ball, amassing just 51 yards on the ground against the nation's number one defense.

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WUKY is collaborating with Martha Greenwald, creator and curator of 'Who We Lost KY' a writing project where friends and families who have lost loved ones to the pandemic pay tribute and in some cases, say their final goodbyes. Today we have an essay written by Jenna Tobbe of Daviess County who lost her aunt, Mary Lea Brown.

UK Special Collections

For the first time since 1950, when the Wildcats were coached by the legendary Bear Bryant, the Kentucky football team is off to a 6-0 start. In today’s edition of WUKY’s award winning history program Saving Stories, Doug Boyd with the UK Libraries' Nunn Center for Oral History highlights a 2019 interview with UK great, Jim Howe, one of the Bear’s talented players from that era. In fact, he has the distinction of scoring the first touchdown in Kentucky’s first-ever bowl game; a 24-14 victory over Villanova in the Great Lakes Bowl in snowy Cleveland, Ohio on December 6, 1947. Howe talks about playing for the legendary coach, the big victories, the close losses, and the life lessons learned while competing for the Big Blue. 



Starting Friday, Kentuckians can login to the commonwealth’s newly-revived state-based health insurance marketplace known as kynect. 

KY LRC Committee Meeting

Kentucky is losing social workers at an alarming rate, according to the Department of Community-Based Services. A number of factors are being blamed.


Lexington took a step toward approving Accessory Dwelling Units, or ADUs, on Tuesday. Community members have been split over the proposed housing alternatives for years.

Advanced D&D Episode 31

Oct 13, 2021

In this episode, Dan & DeBraun talk racial bias in small business relief lending, Pfizer's emergency authorization of COVID-19 vaccine for kids 5-11, Jon Gruden's resignation and the hypocrisy of the NFL, Silk Sonic's album release date, and share thoughts on No Time To Die, Y The Man, Squid Games, Money Heist, Marvel's What If? & more!

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

Needing to catch more ZZZ's? She's here to help

Oct 13, 2021
UK Now

Sleep is not a luxury but a necessity. You’d be surprised by how many people shortchange themselves when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep. This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine we hear from Dr. Lauren Whitehurst, an assistant professor of psychology from the College of Arts and Sciences, on how sleep is tied to our emotions and how depriving ourselves of it opens the door to a myriad of health problems. Conditions particularly acute as we continue to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.



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