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UK touts successes, looks to next strategic plan

With successes during last five years, UK looks to the future.

Kentucky Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy yields progress

The Council on Postsecondary Education has completed its first comprehensive review of campus progress .

Bevin: New GOP health care bill represents progress

Governor Bevin says the new GOP health care bill puts more of an emphasis on state control and flexibility to design health care programs.

Officials: Lexington making progress on homelessness

City officials say Lexington’s work to end homelessness continues to make steady progress.

Construction at CentrePointe Continues

It's almost time for the next level of construction on the CentrePointe parking garage in downtown Lexington.

‘Good progress’ reported on Louisville’s Google Fiber study

A top Louisville official says Google Fiber is making "very good progress" in assessing whether it can install its ultra-fast fiber optic Internet service in the city.

Is a 7-point win over Sun Belt foe really progress for UK football?

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - South Carolina may down according to the experts this season, but the Ole Ball coach will always have the Gamecocks...

West Liberty celebrates progress three years after tornado

Monday marks three years since a deadly EF 3 tornado tore through the town of West Liberty in Morgan County. Many people lost home and businesses but many people are calling this year’s anniversary a celebration.

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Governor releases 2020 tax returns

The governor called on all other constitutional officers and legislative leaders to release their tax returns.

Lilley’s 44 Assists, Skinner Sisters, send Kentucky To Sweet 16

OMAHA, Neb. (UK Athletics) – The No. 2 seeded Kentucky Volleyball team swept its way to the Sweet 16 of the 2020-21 NCAA Volleyball...

Time nearing for families to request a “repeat” school year for their child

A new state law makes it possible for students currently enrolled in grades K-12 to use the 2021-22 academic year to retake or supplement courses or grades they've taken this school year during the pandemic.

Firefighters find 2 dead, 2 injured in house fire

The house fire happened overnight in Louisville.