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Virtual archaeology events set to bring Living Archaeology Weekend to wider public

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ/Press Release) - The Living Archaeology Weekend (LAW) steering committee will unveil the first of their virtual LAW offerings on Saturday, Sept....

Knox County Career and Technical Center receives $10 million for investing in careers, training

A $10 million investment in the Knox County Career and Technical Center hopes to boost skills and technical training to make students ready for the work force.

Convicted felon arrested after firing shots from hotel window

A man faces numerous charges after firing out of a hotel window in Richmond on Saturday. The convicted felon said he saw aliens in the parking lot and was shooting at them.

Kentucky 4-H virtual clubs and project groups to offer convenient, safe programming

Kentucky 4-H to host more virtual opportunities this year

Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement farm welcomes Zulu Alpha

Millionaire Gelding Retired From Racing

Annual emergency preparedness exercise upcoming at Blue Grass Army Depot

Blue Grass Army Depot and local emergency management agencies will be conducting the annual Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program on September 15.

“Concert With The Stars” to feature Broadway headliners

The Lexington Theatre Company welcomes three Broadway Stars to perform along with up and coming college students and recent graduates.

Western Kentucky COVID study confirms vaccine safety

A recent study done in Bowling Green examining the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine has shown some reassuring results.

Former Kentucky priest walks 750-mile pilgrimage through Central America

A former Kentucky Priest is taking a 750-mile pilgrimage through Central America to raise funds to support the work of a school he co-founded in Guatemala.

Churchill Downs celebrates construction of Turfway Park Racing & Gaming

$145 Million Project will Feature Both Live Thoroughbred and Historical Horse Racing

Alexandria couple indicted for harboring undocumented noncitizens

An Alexandria couple faces multiple charges related to harboring undocumented noncitizens.

UPDATE: South Broadway intersection project continues work

Sidewalk repairs at a Lexington intersection could turn into lane closures if necessary.

New Circle Road to be sprayed for noxious weed treatment

Between Leestown Road/US 421 and Richmond Road/US 25

Upcoming traffic impacts for US 60, other highways in Rowan, Bath, Elliott counties

Watch for flagged traffic; heed all warning signs

UK music students, alums to perform at Empty Sky Memorial 9/11 event

The Empty Sky Memorial Remembrance Ceremony in New Jersey will feature UK music students and alums providing their talents to honor those lost in the events of 9/11.

Biden announces wide-sweeping federal vaccine requirements

President Joe Biden announced new federal vaccine requirements that will affect millions of Americans in an effort to increase vaccinations and address the latest surge of COVID-19.

Centre College to inaugurate Milton Moreland as 21st president

Milton C. Moreland will be officially inaugurated as the 21st president of Centre College in a ceremony that will begin at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 14, and take place in Newlin Hall at the Norton Center for the Arts.

Campbellsville University interim president urges students to ‘Believe in yourself’

During the first first chapel of the semester, Campbellsville University's interim president issued an encouraging message for students as they start the new academic year.

City Center raises awareness for Pulmonary Fibrosis with social media campaign

City Center will be participating in the #BlueUp4PF social media campaign to raise awareness of Pulmonary Fibrosis and honor The Webb Companies’ co-founder.

MSU marketing professor passes away

Morehead State University is mourning the loss of marketing professor Dr. Michelle Kunz.