Kentucky had 386 yards of total offense but found the end zone only once on a Kavosiey Smoke 2-yard run in the third quarter as the Wildcats fell to Mississippi State 28-13 in Starkville.

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Kentucky's Republican governor has run into turbulence over his use of taxpayer-owned aircraft, creating another distraction for a reelection campaign already dogged by feuds with teachers, struggles over state pensions and a legal fight with his lieutenant governor.

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The Kentucky Football Wildcats are on the road at Starkville this Saturday to take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs.  Both the Cats and Dogs are coming off tough home losses.  The mission and the mantra this week is don’t let one bad loss turn into two.  LEX 18 sports anchor Keith Farmer goes over the Scouting Report with WUKY's Alan Lytle.


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Kentucky’s highest court is considering whether the state should enforce the death penalty for offenders under 21. 

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A public conversation about immigration, identity and community brought hundreds of people to the Kentucky Theatre in Lexington Tuesday night.  WUKY's Arlo Barnette reports on the On Common Ground event sponsored by Lexington Community Radio.


WUKY SportsPage Episode 2: Derek Abney

Sep 19, 2019
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In this latest edition of the WUKY SportsPage Keith Elkins talks with former UK football great, Derek Abney about life on and off the gridiron and his career as a civil engineer.


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Attorneys for Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes say Kentucky State Police seized a computer from her office this week in an investigation of how she and her aides used voter data.

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An election law expert at the University of Kentucky says a lawsuit seeking to remove GOP Attorney General candidate Daniel Cameron from the November ballot is unlikely to hold up in court. 

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is seeking a redo on its rollout of the state’s new Real ID driver’s licenses – that’s according to new reporting from WDRB-TV. 

UK Now

When they came on the market over a decade ago, e-cigarettes or vaping were billed as a safer alternative to smoking tobacco.  We now know that may not be the case.  There’s been a recent outbreak of severe lung illnesses caused by vaping.  Dr. Mehdi Khosravi, a faculty member in the division of pulmonary and critical care medicine at UK Healthcare, recently talked with Dr. Greg Davis about the severe ramifications of using these nicotine delivery devices.


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Six weeks after a pair of mass shootings killed more than 30 people, Congress remains "in a holding pattern" on gun control as lawmakers await proposals from the White House , Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday.

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