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The McConnell Center at the University of Louisville is planning three public talks this Fall.
AVOL Kentucky announced the tenth annual Dining Out For Life event date.
Kentucky's governor and attorney general have fired insults at each other for years. Soon they'll do it while facing off at the state's premier political event - the Fancy Farm picnic.
Touch a Truck event happening this weekend.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence attended an arts ceremony co-hosted by her namesake foundation in her hometown of Louisville.
National Corvette Museum to hold 4th anniversary of sinkhole collapse.
There is lots of delicious cake and catering to taste, flowers to smell, and gown gallery to peruse and all sorts of other sights and sounds to consider as you plan your wedding.
A celebration of beer, bourbon and bacon - all in one sitting. Explore tastings and cocktails with Bluegrass Distillers' spirits, bacon infused bites, and local craft beer
Organizers are expecting over 1,000 people Friday evening, as the 2017 Taste of the Bluegrass kicks off at 7:00 p.m. at Keeneland's Keene Barn and Entertainment Center on Versailles Road.
Kroger stores across the nation, and Kentucky, will hold open interviews on Saturday, May 20.
Anita Spreitzer and Lee Shropshine, with the Woodstock Animal Foundation, return to the studio to to talk about the PetSmart National adoption weekend at PetSmart in Hamburg, located at 1945 Pavillion Way in Lexington, on Friday 5/5, Saturday 5/6, and Sunday 5/7 in the big white tent in the parking lot from 11-6 PM.
Hundreds of people are expected to question Republican U.S. Rep. Andy Barr about his support for Republican President Donald Trump's policies.
People interested in astronomy and the total solar eclipse coming up this summer can learn more at an event this week at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.
Thousands of students around the country, including here in Central Kentucky, are expected to participate in the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)'s Day of Silence on Friday, April 21, 2017.
Members of the Lexington community joined Mayor Jim Gray and came together Wednesday to discuss what makes the city great, as well as ideas to make the area even better.
Health was the focus of a Black History Month event at the state capitol in Frankfort on Tuesday.
Anita Spreitzer and Amy Ping drop by the studio to tell Meteorologist Eric Burke about an adoption event happening at the Hamburg Petsmart on Saturday, February 4th from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., as well as a vaccination clinic happening the following day from 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
So many people turned out Tuesday night to show support for refugees in Lexington that event organizers feared that fire codes would be violated at Christ Church Cathedral.
A diverse collection of students at Lafayette High School have joined together to stamp out gun violence in Lexington, and will be holding a leadoff workshop Wednesday evening ahead of a campaign in middle schools.
In the wake of a troubling two months in Lexington when it comes to teens and violence, Dunbar High School will host an event on Monday to promote healing among students, and the community at-large.