A lawyer representing union workers at the Fayette County Detention Center is calling for a more transparent discussion of collective bargaining negotiations.
Representatives from Lexington hospitals are reporting a significant increase in COVID-related hospitalizations. Tuesday, Baptist Health Lexington was caring for 108 patients, twice the number of patients compared to two weeks ago.
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Ky. students rally against bills limiting how teachers talk about race
As Martin Luther King Day approaches, a conversation with one who knew him well: civil rights activist and organizer, scholar and minister, Bernard Lafayette. Dr. Lafayette is Gerald Smith's guest for this latest edition in our series on racial justice and equality. | Our series on Kentucky literature continues as Tom Eblen interviews Randolph Runyon about his account of one man's pursuit of justice over violence and racism in the nineteenth century | Listen to the story of a remarkable Kentucky woman. Tom Martin talks with Terry Birdwhistell and Donald Ritchie, co-authors of "Washington's Iron Butterfly: Bess Clements Abell, an Oral History."
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Kentucky Musicians Ben Sollee and Daniel Martin Moore have teamed up, rallied artists, and created a special album to benefit western Kentuckyresidents as they rebuild after devastating tornadoes hit the region. Arts reporter Cheri Lawson tells us 100 percent of proceeds from the project will go to the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund.
A strong faith brings people in Georgetown and Lexington to ceremonies honoring Our Lady of GuadalupeMany Mexican and Mexican-American people in cities across the U.S. this past weekend celebrated a symbol of faith and hope known as Our Lady of Guadalupe.Arts reporter Cheri Lawson says a few hundred people attended ceremonies in Georgetown and Lexington.
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Despite high Omicron community transmission rates, Fayette County schools continue in-school instruction.Fayette Schools Superintendent Demetrus Liggins says there are no plans to move away from in-school instruction. Liggins said universal masking of students and staff make that viable, even with the highly transmissible Omicron variant.
LG&E has disconnected hundreds of customers in January
Two charged in killing of Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputy Brandon Shirley
Virtual rally aimed at protecting abortion rights in Kentucky
The Kentucky General Assembly is moving forward with efforts to extend COVID-related emergency orders
Prominent Kentucky Republican and three-time candidate for governor Larry Forgy has died.
Model Laboratory Schools Principal John Williamson is cautiously optimistic a new school complex could become a reality over the next five years.
Following some parliamentary maneuvering to speed up the process, the Kentucky House and Senate Wednesday approved tornado relief legislation.
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