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Alan Lytle

LGBTQ community leaders are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the passage of a Fairness Ordinance in Lexington.  On Sunday some of those who were on the front lines and behind the scenes participated in a panel discussion at the downtown Lexington Public Library.

Staying In Jail May Depend On Where You Live

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Where you live in Kentucky might determine whether you stay in jail before trial because you can't afford the cash bail, according to a new report from the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy. Researchers found the number of people released from jail before their trial without monetary conditions differs drastically depending on the county - from just 5% in McCracken County to 68% in Martin County.

The Lane Report

The Kentucky Horse Park recently celebrated 40 years in Lexington  and one of its major goals moving forward is to be less reliant on state funding.  This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Lane Report executive editor Mark Green about the venue's future moving forward.  The statewide business magazine recently conducted a one on one interview with executive director Laura Prewitt.


Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton has announced plans to start fixing the city’s many recycling problems.  In the past two months, the center had to shut down twice because of malfunctioning equipment.  Last month, the Recycling Center announced it would no longer take paper products because there was no market for it.  The center says all paper products it receives now goes to the landfill.

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A fired aide to Kentucky's lieutenant governor asked the state's personnel board on Friday to reverse her dismissal, which deepened an election-year rift between Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton and Gov. Matt Bevin's administration over Hampton's depleted staff.

Patrick Garr

Patrick Garr graduated from SCAPA Lafayette in Lexington and the University of Kentucky. At just 24 years old, he's already worked on stages across the country, made his Broadway debut and is now traveling the country, performing in 'Hamilton.' The show is playing at the Kentucky Center for the Arts in Lousiville.

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A key aide to Kentucky's governor says enough votes have been secured to pass a pension-relief proposal in a special legislative session.

A project that would bring high-speed internet across Kentucky will be delayed because company representatives say an "abundance" of squirrels have chewed through wiring.

Ky. Transportation Cabinet

Kentucky transportation officials say they will begin issuing new driver's licenses this month that are designed to comply with a federal travel law.


One of the ongoing medical challenges in our state is delivering quality care for patients who don’t live anywhere near a major metropolitan area of the commonwealth.  Now imagine if you’re LGBTQ in a rural county and need to find a doctor or pharmacist.  What sort of barriers might you face?  It’s a topic we’re exploring as part of Pride month and elder abuse awareness month.


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Democrats Show Unity Among GOP Squabbles In Kentucky

While Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has run into resistance from Republican lawmakers on pension legislation, and faced a messy dispute with his lieutenant governor, his Democratic challenger has forged alliances with his ex-rivals as the campaign starts taking shape.

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