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Christmas came a little early this year for students living in Scott County.
BCTC held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday to celebrate the opening of The Heart of BCTC.
University of Kentucky Police are reporting a rape on campus.
Due to the dry weather conditions, there have been multiple fires at Daniel Boone National Forest, students with Job Corps have been working to keep those fires contained.
Many of the issues discussed in Thursday night's debate had a particular impact on young people.
State police are still investigating after threats were made toward Harlan County highschool.
Keeneland will welcome 2,900 fifth grade students from 33 area public and private schools.
After the weekend of shootings, parents, teachers, and students are thinking of their safety.
Bath County High School students take the green flag Monday at the Texas Motor Speedway
More than two dozen Catholic school students and their parents have lost an initial appeal in challenging a Kentucky health department's efforts to control a chickenpox outbreak.
The Fayette County Board of Education approved a $579.9 million budget Monday.
A Clark County public school employee is accused of taking tens-of-thousands of dollars over nearly a decade from the George Rogers Clark High School student activity fund.
It’s the first of three the ballpark will host this season.
Students all around the world are protesting climate change.
Qualify for national competition this summer in Dallas
The Highpoint Health Emergency Department says it has treated 20 students and two adults, who were involved in the school bus crash Wednesday morning.
The Kentucky House of Representatives has passed a school safety bill more than one year after two students were killed in a shooting at a western Kentucky high school.
The Kentucky House voted 79-18 today to set aside one day each year for Kentuckians to pray or reflect on the state’s public schools and their students.
Illnesses have become widespread causing several school districts to close their doors.
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the White House has reached out to students at a Kentucky high school who became embroiled in an encounter with a Native American activist and a black religious sect that was captured on video.