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State takes steps to mimic Dutch agritech success

Indoor agriculture may be wave of the future.

State hits jobs-producing work force milestone early

The state’s strategic plan, “Stronger by Degrees,” called on universities to produce at least 6,620 STEM+H degrees annually by the 2020-21 academic year.

Kentucky tech engineering firm expanding, adding 83 jobs

A Kentucky technology engineering firm plans to add at least 83 jobs with a $5.3 million expansion of its headquarters.

State: Technology upgrade to benefit social services staff

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky officials say a technology upgrade will allow state social workers to spend less time on paperwork. The Cabinet for Health...

Microsoft surpasses Apple as most valuable public company

Microsoft has surpassed Apple as the world's most valuable publicly traded company.

Bryan Station, Transylvania announce partnership to provide scholarships

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Beginning in 2019, graduates of the Academy of Information Technology at Bryan Station High School will be eligible to receive...

New technology enhances safety for Transylvania University students

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Transylvania University will be improving campus safety through the addition of state-of-the-art technology. Officials with Transylvania University say the North Broadway...

EPA awards $15,000 of grants to UK for project

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the University of Kentucky would receive a $15,000 grant to fund a Phase I student team through the People, Prosperity, and the Planet (P3) grants program Thursday.

New cable provider coming to Lexington

Mayor Jim Gray said he promised to give citizens a new choice in television providers, and Tuesday morning he exclaimed Santa Claus has come to town.

Central Kentucky Computer Society – Adding text to photos

If you need some help with your photos or have any computer related questions you can contact the Central Kentucky Computer Society at  www.ckcs.org.

Dr, Eric Smith Talks Robotic Surgery! -Georgetown Bariatrics

Dr. Eric Smith of Georgetown Bariatrics and Advanced Surgical Services chats with host Troy Thompson about the future of technology.... and how robotic surgery is apart of it! This system allows surgeries to be carried out in a minimally invasive way! For more information on robotic surgery or all services this prestigious practice offers, visit their website and Facebook page.

Central Kentucky Computer Society

Brooke Thomas and Joe Dietz, with the Central Kentucky Computer Society, drop by the studio to share their latest tech tip with Meteorologist Eric Burke, and talk up their upcoming Tech Night, happening April 10th.

Sharing Memories Made Easy – Central Kentucky Computer Society

Been at a family get-together or on a sightseeing trip and you wanted to share a picture with someone nearby but just didn't know how? Well we've got the answers for you. Joe Dietz & Brooke Thomas from Central Kentucky Computer Society are back this month to show us how to use Airdrop feature on the iPhone.

Taking a Video Screenshot on Your iPhone – Central Kentucky Computer Society

Need help figuring your way around your smartphone? We'll our friends at the Central Kentucky Computer Society have all you need and more to make sure you are getting the most out of your phones.

Gray calls for roads, technology to help coal regions

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gray says he would spend more money on technology and improve roads in eastern Kentucky to help the region recover from the devastating effects of a declining coal industry.

3 more Kentucky counties certified as work ready

Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet Secretary Hal Heiner said in a statement that Bullitt, Montgomery and Trigg counties have been added to the official list of Kentucky Work Ready Communities.

Eastern Kentucky college to offer broadband tech degree

The Big Sandy Community and Technical College in eastern Kentucky will launch the state's first broadband technology program this fall.

UK Alumni wins $1M after creating revolutionary drone

With the help of his own students, Electrical engineering graduate Osamah Rawashdeh created the world’s first aerial-surface-underwater reconnaissance drone.

Officials announce $6 million in grants for eastern Kentucky

Gov. Steve Beshear, U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers and the Appalachian Regional Commission have announced $6 million in federal grants to help the economically struggling eastern Kentucky region.

Rupp Arena to get $15M in upgrades

Rupp Arena will receive a $15 million dollar technology overhaul that includes a new center-hung video, audio and scoreboard array, wireless internet for fans and patrons and major roof structure improvements.

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Breonna Taylor’s mother wants new prosecutor to probe cops

Tamika Palmer speaks out about the attorney general’s handling of the case.

Barrett confirmation rises as issue in Kentucky Senate race

Mitch McConnell is taking a victory lap in Kentucky for shepherding Amy Coney Barrett onto the Supreme Court. But his Democratic challenger questioned his priorities Wednesday.

Mom staying strong for family during a difficult time

One mom is going through what no mother ever wants to go through, caring for a sick child. Not only is she fighting to support her two sons during this difficult time, but she's also fighting to keep them in their home.

Kroger becomes first US retailer to offer COVID-19 rapid antibody tests

The tests will initially be available in California and Michigan with plans for all Kroger pharmacies by the end of November, according to the company.