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School Won’t Stop on Snow Days

At some schools throughout the state, learning will go on this winter even if students aren’t in the classroom.

KY Schools Making the Grade

Student performance, college and career-readiness and the number of students graduating from high school are all going-up according to new data from the Kentucky Department of Education.

UPDATE: Henry Clay Seniors Raising Money For Abused Dog

Henry Clay High School's Senior class has announced a fundraiser to help cover the medical bills for a pit bull puppy that was chemically burned.

Madison County Students Get Free Meals

Starting Monday, five schools in Madison County will offer free breakfast and lunch to students.

KSU Drops Hundreds Of Students Over Unpaid Tuition

Kentucky State University said that it had no other choice but to drop 645 students for not making their required tuition payments.

First Day of School After Fire in Lincoln County

A later-than-expected return to school for students in Lincoln County after a major fire at the Board of Education building sent the school system scrambling to re-group and neighboring Garrard County stepped-up to help.

Free Summer Meals for Students in Fayette County

Most kids look forward to getting out of school but for some it means they may not get enough to eat. That’s more than half the district’s enrollment. This summer FCPS, God’s Pantry and Fresh Approach are teaming together to make sure all kids can eat healthy this summer.

Jessamine County Students Learn 911 Dispatch Skills

A first of its kind course in Kentucky is teaching high school students in Jessamine County how to be 911 dispatchers.

Former Knox County Teacher Indicted on Rape Charge

A former teacher at Knox Central High School has been indicted on a charge of rape stemming from an accusation that an inappropriate interaction with a student had taken place.

Proposed Cuts in FCPS Budget Released

The Fayette County School Board shared where the$20 million in budget cuts could be made.

Scott Co. Teacher Accused of Kissing and Groping Student

A high school teacher in Scott County allegedly confessed to groping a 15-year-old boy in a classroom, according to the Georgetown News-Graphic.

Student Reportedly Brought Gun to Bryan Station HS

According to a letter sent to parents by Bryan Station High School principal Mike Henderson, a student brought a gun to school with them Wednesday morning.

UPDATE: Second Arrest Made In EKU Dorm Robbery

Police made a second arrest after an EKU dorm robbery over the weekend. David Emmanuel is accused of robbing three students last Sunday in a room in Clay Hall.

UPDATE: EKU Student Charged In Armed Robbery

School officials say EKU Police arrested a nineteen year old finance major on Tuesday night in connection to an armed robbery on Sunday night.

Faculty and Staff Share Budget Concerns, Ideas

Teachers, faculty and staff had a chance to voice their concerns and ideas about the Fayette County Public Schools budget cuts.

Study: More Students Trying E-Cigarettes

E-cigarettes are battery-powered devices that look like cigarettes. They heat a liquid solution and create a nicotine vapor that’s inhaled. A new study said the percent of high school students who said they’d tried e-cigarettes doubled in the past year.

University Launches Facility For Transfer Students

The University of Kentucky Transfer Center is opening the doors to its new facility to students, faculty, staff and administrators on Tuesday.

Students Text and Call to Spread Love

Suicide is the second leading cause of teenage deaths in Kentucky according to researchers at UK who hosted the 5th annual Spread the Love-A-Thon.

People Cautious Around Campus After Student Stabbing

A University of Kentucky student is in serious condition after he was stabbed about a block away from campus early Saturday morning, according to Lexington Police.

People Cautious Around Campus After Student Stabbing

A University of Kentucky student is in serious condition after he was stabbed about a block away from campus early Saturday morning, according to Lexington Police.

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Making a difference, one “Hope Tote” at a time

The group Samaritan's Feet is giving out 250 pairs of shoes in "Hope Totes" to students across Madison County. The totes include a pair of socks, shoes, a hygiene kit, a towel, a financial literacy guide, and a "be kind, be well card." 

Woodford schools won’t require masks when classes start next week

Masks required on school buses, no assemblies will be held.

Missing WWII Sailor returns home to Paris Kentucky

PARIS, Ky. (WTVQ) - On the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941, 23 year old Alphard S Owsley lost his...

KY 989 to close in Lewis County for pavement repairs

During the upcoming pavement repairs, KY 989 will be closed day and night for two days next week in Lewis County