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Lee County prepares to have an in-person prom and graduation this year

BEATTYVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) - A year after having to cancel or dramatically scale back special events, schools are making an A+ effort to prep...

High school students strike for better jobs

A group of Lexington students are speaking out about something many of them don't even have yet, jobs.

Anti-abortion group stops at U.K.

An anti-abortion group called "Created Equal" is traveling to seven states to display graphic large signs of aborted babies.  

Bluegrass, other community colleges plan in-person return in fall

More in-person students expect, virtual classes will be offered.

UK helping students and farmers with ‘Farm to Fork’ program

Something happens every Wednesday at the University of Kentucky that helps students and area farmers. 

Fayette Co. Public Schools will provide free meals to students learning remotely April 5-9

Fayette County Public Schools is providing free meals to children who are learning remotely in April.

Kids receive free dental care from BCTC students

Oral health experts in Kentucky say the state has a chronic problem with poor oral health. Sometimes, it's because it's too expensive or hard to find a dentist.

Kentucky Department of Education reaches settlement agreement with ACT

The Kentucky Department of Education has reached a settlement with ACT for a $350,000 statement credit.

House OKs measure to protect due process for college students

The bill requires each governing board of a public postsecondary education institution to adopt a student code of conduct that includes disciplinary procedures.

CPE prez takes to TikTok to challenge students over FAFSA

President Aaron Thompson kicks off statewide challenge by releasing inaugural TikTok

Boyle County Agriculture Club members aim for a success in Agriculture

BOYLE COUNTY, Ky (WTVQ) - A new generation of farmers and producers in Boyle County are passionately learning agriculture as a professional trade to...

Schools facing some challenges with in-person learning

Kentucky Youth Advocates, a statewide organization that calls itself an independent voice for kids, got together virtually and talked about what schools should expect next now that students are gradually returning to the classroom.

UK Board approves iPads for first-year students in fall 2021

The university will continue to pay the lease on the iPads distributed to first-year students in Fall 2019 and Fall 2020

Governor tours AppHarvest greenhouse

Within a few weeks of being open, AppHarvest has already shipped a million pounds of tomatoes to major grocery stores throughout the U.S.

Kentucky schools continue to welcome students back in-person

It's back to the classroom for students in two central Kentucky school districts.

State releases guidance on student promotion, school operations after vaccinations

KDE releases COVID-19 guidance on student promotion or retention, school operations after staff vaccinations and ESSER II

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Project seeking signups for new McCreary food pantry assistance

Christian Appalachian Project is accepting sign-ups for a new food pantry in Parkers Lake starting April 26 through May 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

University of the Cumberlands students win start-up money for business projects

University of the Cumberlands held its annual student Entrepreneurship Pitch Contest on Friday, April 16, 2021 at the Hutton School of Business.

As expected, State Fair Board votes to plan return to more-normal fair in August

Health changes may have to be made but easier to take away than add.

Earth Day Champs: UK, Maker’s Mark have world’s largest American white oak genome study

Represents the most comprehensive natural range of white oak to date anywhere in the world