WUKY In Depth

In depth stories from the WUKY news team.

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This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle and Lane Report executive editor Mark Green discuss the  various ways cyber thieves try to hack into your company's system in an attempt to hold your data hostage.  It's a cybercrime that's on the rise in the Commonwealth. 


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On this Veterans' Day WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Ben Adams, Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs about the broad range of services on offer for the estimated 295,000 military veterans and familes in the state including housing, healthcare and employment.


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The possibility of having the General Assembly determine who won this year’s gubernatorial election is stirring memories of the last time such an event took place in Kentucky, and suffice it to say it was far from orderly.

Republican Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin asked Wednesday for a recanvass of vote totals, as election results showed him trailing by several thousand votes.  WUKY's Alan Lytle spoke with UK College of Law Professor and Kentucky election law expert Joshua Douglas about what other options are available to the governor.


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Plug Your Podcast is an ongoing segment where we introduce you to some of the people in our area producing new and specialized audio content.  Our guest today is not interested in playing it safe.  In fact she thrives on facilitating difficult and frank conversations from a woman's perspective in the era of  'Me Too.'  Since 2017 Katarina Hoskins has hosted a podcast called the Warrior Woman's Circle.  She recently stopped by our studios to talk about the meaning and the mission behind her project.


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It may be election-eve in Kentucky but there is still much more campaigning to come in the Kentucky Governor’s race, not the least of which is President Trump’s rally tonight in Rupp Arena.  The Secretary of State has projected the turnout for tomorrow to be only slightly better than 2015’s thirty percent but will a visit from a popular president result in even better numbers?  And, what of Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear?  What does he do to counter the weight of the White House?  Laura Cullen Glasscock, the editor and publisher of the Kentucky Gazette joins us on this week's Capitol Chat.


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This week on the Business Side Tom Wilmes, editor of Business Lexington, tells up about a senior housing complex coming soon on Romany Road, plus the new Southland Bagel and Bluegrass Youth Ballet now open in the ever expanding Southland Corridor.


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This week on Capitol Chat WUKY's Alan Lytle and Laura Cullen Glasscock, editor and publisher of the Kentucky Gazette talk about what to expect when Republican Governor Matt Bevin and Democrat challenger Attorney General Andy Beshear face each other on KET's Kentucky Tonight with Renee Shaw, a program you can hear at 8 p.m. on WUKY.  We'll also have instant analysis and insights immediately following the debate.


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If you live in Central Kentucky there's a pretty good chance you've spent a day at Keeneland, and you've probably heard the races called by the track announcer, Kurt Becker.  WUKY's Horse Capital Reporter Samantha Lederman recently spent some time getting to know more about what it takes to be the Voice of Keeneland.

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If you're itching to take a Kentucky Adventure Karyn Czar takes you to Eckerts Family Farm in Versailles for Fall Family Fun.  Eckerts recently was named one of the South's best orchards by Southern Living Magazine.


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