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Student Athlete of the Week: Abigail Gay

Athlete overcomes illness as a child to reach top levels.

Student Athlete of the Week: Braedon Sloan

This week's student athlete is a football standout nominated for his amazing attitude, academic achievements and his play on the gridiron. Wayne County senior Braedon...

Lineman of the Week – Hunter Mason

This week’s lineman of the Week is Hunter Mason, a journeyman lineman in Stanford, KY with more than 5 years experience with Elliot!

Student-Athlete of the Week: Cade Sullivan

The Student-Athlete of the Week belongs to Pulaski County sophomore Cade Sullivan!

Several schools cancel games, seasons due to rising coronavirus cases

It's a frustrating dance starting to become familiar to parents, coaches, and high school players.

State positivity rate jumps again, Beshear talks Louisville, sports

Warning comes as nation hits the grim 200,000 death mark.

Kellogg’s Mission Tiger: Drive thru experience

A month long pop up tour made its way to Lexington this weekend.

Jefferson County sports to operate on phased plan

Low-contact sports will start first, the football, others.

Beshear hints may not approve sports plan; rent-eviction plan coming Monday

Governor worried high contact sports may speed spread of virus.

Three EKU players and three athletics staff test positive for COVID-19

Three Eastern Kentucky University student-athletes and three athletics employees have tested positive for coronavirus, according to Vice President and Director of Athletics Matt Roan.

KHSAA approves plans to resume sports activities; waive 2020 dead period

LEXINGTON, KY (WTVQ)- High school football isn't returning yet, but the KHSAA approved Thursday gradual steps to return to normalcy. During the hour-and-a-half meeting, the...

Predicting the future of entertainment, post COVID-19

'Futurist' talks about what University of Kentucky sports will look like after the pandemic.

KHSAA honors top softball, other officials

Despite the unfortunate cancellation of the spring sports season, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association still is honoring the outstanding work by licensed officials in each spring sport.

Versailles’ Tonges among high school officials honored

State athletic association recognizes officials.

Sports cancellations are worrying local sports stores

The major sports cancellations including the SEC tournament is worrying some businesses that sell Kentucky merchandise.

ABC 36 anchors to follow social distancing standards

Changes in presentation won't be too obvious, way for public to understand social distancing.

Sports betting bill stumbles from starting gate in Kentucky

In a state where betting on the Kentucky Derby is seen as a rite of passage.

House committee to discuss sports gambling

Frankfort, Ky-- The House Committee on Licensing, Occupations, and Admin Regs will discuss HB 137 on Wednesday, January 15th. The bill was introduced by Rep....

Fans support teams in KHSAA football championships

Fans gathered at Kroger Field Saturday to cheer on their favorite teams.

Kentucky bill aims to curb violence toward sports officials

The bill stems from a spring incident in which a Kentucky referee was punched and knocked unconscious in Paducah.

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Locust Trace, Leestown excel in FFA Bluegrass Region competition

The FFA Bluegrass Region tallied several winners from Locust Trace AgriScience Center and Leestown Middle School.

Trans women speak out about President Joe Biden’s cabinet pick

Activists in Lexington say Biden’s pick of Dr. Rachel Levine, a trans woman, for Assistant Secretary of Health is an historic moment.

Hammonds named to Link-Belt board of directors

Link-Belt is Lexington-based company.

Local leaders consider new options for yard waste disposal

The Lexington-Fayette County Urban Council said money is being wasted on its current program that turns yard waste into mulch.