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FCPS seeks AG opinion on board chair’s potential conflict of interest

Fayette County Public Schools wants to know if board chair Tyler Murphy now has a conflict of interest after being elected to a national teachers group's board of directors.

Former Basketball Cat Terrence Clarke killed in car crash

The 19-year old declared for the NBA Draft last month after an injury plagued freshman season.

Northbound travel on Brent Spence Bridge down to one lane

Travel will be down to one lane on the bridge through the weekend, according to the state.

UPDATE: Stone Lane in Scott County reopens ahead of schedule

The road was closed a week ago for slide repairs.

Historic score to open the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event

Marilyn Little and RF Scandalous earned the best score since 2009 on opening day of the event at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Keeneland wraps up its final week of the Spring Meet

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - After three weeks, Keeneland is about to cross the finish line of its Spring Meet. Friday, April 23rd marks the final...

Madison Central starts new App Harvest ‘container farm’ program

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) - Launched in 2018...App Harvest's ‘Container Farm Program’ serves as a way to give students a high tech farming, hands on,...

28 recruits graduate state law enforcement training program

(UPDATE: 6:15 P.M.) RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) - Today 28 law enforcement officers from across Kentucky graduated from the Department of Criminal Justice Training. The graduation...

Make-A-Wish® Kentucky Walk For Wishes in Lexington area May 15

For the first time, Make-A-Wish® Kentucky Walk For Wishes® is going statewide to make a big impact for children with critical illnesses!

‘Pulaski County Clean Sweep’ falls on Earth Day, brings hundreds of volunteers

On this Earth Day, people in Somerset are participating in their annual Eastern KY clean up.

NYT/CDC: Unvaccinated worker set off outbreak at Kentucky nursing home

Outbreak was discussed b y state earlier this spring, cooperated in study.

Earth Day: Renewable energy at local solar farm

On this Earth Day, a Kentucky solar power co-op says it's seeing a bigger interest in renewable energy.

In 135th year, KSU receives largest donation of $1 million

University celebrating 135th birthday.

New principal named for Fayette County’s Dixie Elementary

Georgetown native worked in Nashville before returning to region six years ago.

Lexington Library now has 10 more ‘wi-fi hotspots’ to help customers

Traditional Bank donation helps the cause, libraries now have 40 to check out

Drug complaints spark searches, seven arrests in Carter

Two homes searched, cash, drugs seized.

Transy students from Lexington, Georgetown earn Fulbright honors

Two Transylvania University seniors have won extremely competitive Fulbright grants to serve as English teaching assistants abroad.

State gets waiver of accountability requirements for 2020-2021 school year

The U.S. Department of Education has granted Kentucky a waiver of some accountability, school identification and reporting requirements in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act for the 2020-2021 school year.

Fayette’s Bryan Station earns national ‘Green’ honor

Only a few schools nationwide earn honor

Project seeking signups for new McCreary food pantry assistance

Christian Appalachian Project is accepting sign-ups for a new food pantry in Parkers Lake starting April 26 through May 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

University of the Cumberlands students win start-up money for business projects

University of the Cumberlands held its annual student Entrepreneurship Pitch Contest on Friday, April 16, 2021 at the Hutton School of Business.

As expected, State Fair Board votes to plan return to more-normal fair in August

Health changes may have to be made but easier to take away than add.

Earth Day Champs: UK, Maker’s Mark have world’s largest American white oak genome study

Represents the most comprehensive natural range of white oak to date anywhere in the world