Mark Turner

Diversity And Inclusion Major Component Of Latest CommerceLex Leadership Trip

Thursday Night Live, enhancements to our bike and pedestrian trails, specialized small business loan programs, Coldstream Research Park, these are just a few of the ideas implemented here in Lexington that had their roots in other communities. Every year Commerce Lexington conducts a leadership trip to cities of similar sizes and demographics. This year's trip was to Raleigh, North Carolina. What was discussed? What was learned? This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Commerce Lexington Board Chair Jeff Koonce.

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Lexington, KY – A 3-part series on Lexington's ongoing traffic problems.

Lexington, KY – A 3-part series on Lexington's ongoing traffic problems.

Lexington, KY – A 3-part series on Lexington's ongoing traffic problem.

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – Josh James' five part series on Lexington's smoking ban. Named "Best Radio Documentary" by the Associated Press in 2005.

Lexington, KY – When Stamper thinks back on Halloweens past, her memories are more soupy than scary.

Lexington, KY – Dr. Todd discusses a minority business symposium.

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An Evening with David Sedaris

The best-selling author and NPR contributor comes to Lexington on November 18.

WUKY HD Programming Changes

Jazz24 has ended production, and BBC has moved to HD 2. Stay tuned for more announcements regarding HD 3.

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