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Kentucky's senior senator is turning heads with his latest comments about former President Donald Trump.

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Legislation on the fast track to approval in the Kentucky General Assembly is being called a "substantial rewrite" of the state's open records law.

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Rhyne Howard scored 27 points, hitting all four of her 3-pointers, and No. 19 Kentucky defeated No. 17 Georgia 62-58.

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In this latest edition of WUKY's award winning history series Saving Stories we conclude Black History Month by featuring a 1985 UK Nunn Center oral history interview with Lexington educator and Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame member Audrey Grevious. She talks about her involvement in demonstrations and lunch counter sit-in's in downtown Lexington in the early 1960's. Special thanks to Nunn Center Director, Dr. Doug Boyd for sharing this audio. The complete interview is available online.


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Officials say no claimant data was obtained during a cyberattack on the state's unemployment system website on Wednesday, but the unemployment office is continuing to monitor the situation.

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An election reform bill that takes moderate steps toward permanently adopting some widely-praised changes made during the 2020 election cleared another hurdle Thursday.

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A bill limiting the use of "no knock" warrants by Kentucky police is on its way to the state Senate, but the Republican-led reform effort forgoes the full ban favored by activists.

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Getting the COVID-19 vaccine out to underserved minority populations in our community and overcoming some historic hesitancy to get the shot were the twin aims of an event at Shiloh Baptist Church on Wednesday. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton and several community and faith leaders came together to address the public health issue. WUKY's Alan Lytle reports.

  

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The Kentucky General Assembly is bound by the state Constitution when it comes to how many days they meet each year and when sessions must adjourn. Bills gaining traction this year would change that.

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