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Red River Gorge climbers pump more than $8 million into economy

Study shows dramatic growth in climbers, financial impact over the years.

UK, Purdue seeking calves lost to or injured by black vultures

Springer said the group is prioritizing animals that producers saw being attacked.

Rural community college students face more challenges: Study

Mental health, other funding issues make a difference.

Study: Majority want minimum wage increased

Even though a minimum wage increase was removed from the most recent COVID relief package, a new study from Amazon and market research firm IPSOS not surprisingly shows a majority of Americans think the wage should be increased, which hasn't happened since 2009.

5G will generate more than 30,000 jobs in state in next decade: Study

Everything from manufacturing and health care to information technology can benefit: Study

UK study provides evidence for a 7-day quarantine for students exposed to COVID-19

Study suggests seven-day quarantine may be enough

Public input sought on improvements between Danville and Lancaster

Input, surveys needed during the next month.

Report shows difficulties of remote learning for teachers, families

Many families and teachers face significant challenges in teaching and learning from home.

UK study: Tattoos can impair sweating, lead to heat-related injuries

May have implications for the body’s ability to cool in people with extensive tattooing

Child insurance gains largely erased between 2016 and 2019: Study

Analysis shows 28% increase in the number of uninsured Kentucky children between 2016 and 2019

Unlike many cities, Lexington residents have strong access to parks and rec: Study

The Knight Foundation-commissioned report finds a national gap in accessexists along racial and economic lines

UK begins study of student COVID quarantine times

About 100 students will take part in first phase of test during a two-week period.

‘Virtual’ learning not as effective, early study finds

Study looked at virtual charter schools in Indiana

Study: Restrictions spared Kentucky from higher virus rates

A new study says social distancing measures imposed by the state have spared Kentucky from a dramatically higher outbreak of coronavirus cases.

Frankfort Regional Medical Center taking part in coronavirus plasma study

Frankfort Regional Medical Center is joining other hospitals across the country studying the effects of plasma from recovered coronavirus patients on those patients who are critically ill with the virus. 

Studies look at potential COVID-19 deaths in Kentucky, surrounding states

A group of epidemiologists has a model, used by Gov. Andy Beshear, which projects that Kentucky will lose less of its population to covid-19 than any major bordering state except West Virginia.

Study shows some Kentucky children more likely to face hunger than rest of U.S.

A new study from Feeding America shows children in Central and Eastern Kentucky are more likely to face hunger than the rest of America.

Researchers study copperheads at Red River Gorge

The study looks to reduce interactions between people and snakes.

Crayons test positive for asbestos

Some crayons may not be ready for play time, according to a new report.

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Saint Peter Claver Church prays for choir director injured in car crash

Police say they don't know how or why Leny crashed. Leny's friends are in disbelief as he had just left choir practice right before the accident.

UPDATE: All roads reopen following freak car crash in Lexington

All roads reopened shortly after 9:00 p.m.

Traffic Update: NB I-75 in Scott County reopens after truck hits bridge overpass

The truck hit the Frogtown Road/KY 608 overpass. The bridge has been inspected and evaluated by state engineers.

UPDATE: Two members of Kentucky State University board resign

Candace McGraw and Paul Harnice resigned days before the abrupt departure of the KSU president.