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UPDATE: UK student’s plea hearing in Capitol riot moved to Aug. 25

Courtright plea hearing continued, no reason given.

Kentucky’s Governor’s School for the Arts helps inspire young artists

After being virtual last year because of COVID, The Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts (GSA) is back in person.

UK alum develops program to reduce stress and burnout among veterinarians

Large caseloads, high stress environments and a high student debt-to-income ratio make it hard for young veterinarians to live comfortably right out of school.

Gift will establish land-grant service professorship at UK

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Public Affairs/Aimee Nielson) - Longtime supporters of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Gene and Jean Cravens...

UK revamps mask, testing, vaccination rules; unvaccinated still must wear masks

The unvaccinated will still be required to wear masks, follow other limits.

Study examines link between water quality, economic development

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Public Affairs) - Kentucky’s water and wastewater systems are aging and a lack of funding in some areas has contributed to...

UK College of Arts and Sciences faculty awarded 2021 Kirwan Prize, Sturgill Award

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK PUBLIC AFFAIRS) - Two University of Kentucky faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences are recipients of The Graduate School’s distinguished annual awards for...

Final day for COVID-19 vaccinations at Kroger Field

An estimated 250,000 doses were administered at the mass vaccination site, according to UK.

Two unlikely students graduating from UK

The University of Kentucky is preparing for the 2021 commencement ceremonies taking place this weekend. After celebrations took place virtually last year, most students are excited to celebrate in person. For some, they're just ready to finally graduate

Richmond man overcomes amputation and receives multiple degrees from University of Kentucky

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The walk to get your degree on graduation day is one of life's special moments. It's a walk that has added...

Business owners say COVID-19 impact lingers, hard to find employees

Business owners say they are being negatively impacted due to federal unemployment money.

University of Kentucky is looking to increase tuition by 1% next year

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - On Friday, the University of Kentucky announced that the school is looking to increase tuition by one percent next year. According...

Wildcats Welcome home NCAA Volleyball Champions

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Wildcats are celebrating big time after the volleyball team returned from the NCAA Tournament, with a one of a...

Toyota investing $1.7 million to help diversify engineering workforce

New scholarship program to increase equitable access to engineering degrees for minority students

Report: UK professor dies from accidental fall in her home

Dr. Susan Odom was found in her home by a co-worker on Sunday, according to the Kentucky Kernel.

UK hosts discussion to fight anti-Asian violence

Effort offers support to Asian Americans in the community.

Buffalo Trace Distillery partners with UK on oak tree research project

Buffalo Trace Distillery and the University of Kentucky, have joined forces on a 15 year research project.

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.  

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Fayette County reports Friday as most single day cases since February

The seven-day rolling average is up to 56 cases, the highest since March 4.

Local activist calls for community help on Facebook

Devine Carama of One Lexington asks for community activists like himself to help prevent youth violence in Lexington.

More closures scheduled for Sulphur Well Pike/KY 39 bridge project

The closures are a result of the progression of the Bridging Kentucky Program's bridge replacement project.

Kentucky Humanities awards over $800,000 to COVID-impacted organizations

Kentucky Humanities ARP Grants provide funding to museums, archives, historic sites, and other nonprofit cultural agencies impacted by the pandemic.