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Living with Knee Pain - Regaining a Positive Outlook | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | December 11, 2018
(BPT) - Living with knee pain can become part of a daily routine for many, and some resign themselves to thinking it’s just part of the aging process. Often, people live with the pain for years and delay having important…
The Gift That Tops Parents' Holiday Wish Lists May Surprise You | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | December 11, 2018
(NewsUSA) - The one gift that may secretly top most parents' holiday wish lists? Help with paying college costs for their kids.
Decision in Kernel, UK case to be delayed; court will reconsider case | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | December 11, 2018
A new three-judge appeals court panel will have to be assembled and will have to reconsider UK's lawsuit with the Kernel, the Kentucky Court of Appeals announced in an order last week. The appointment of a new panel will likely…
Go from red to red carpet ready in 30 minutes | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | December 11, 2018
(BPT) - Ruddy, red complexions or blotchy skin can mar your red carpet look, and there was little that could diminish this redness and erase broken blood vessels in time for your big event — until now.
Criminal Justice Reform Is Poised For A Senate Vote. But What Will The Final Bill Look Like? | WUKY
WUKY | December 11, 2018
One of Kentucky's most prominent voices for criminal justice reform is applauding news that the GOP-controlled Senate will take up the issue. But concessions to reluctant conservatives will likely water down reforms championed by the Bowling Green lawmaker.
Kentucky Democrat Says Election Challenge Must Be Dismissed | WUKY
WUKY | December 11, 2018
A Kentucky Democrat elected to the state House of Representatives by one vote says a Republican's challenge of the election results should be dismissed.
Hemp Supporters Cheer Crop's Inclusion In Farm Bill Deal | WUKY
WUKY | December 11, 2018
Hemp's supporters are cheering a final agreement on the federal farm bill that would legalize the crop that's making a comeback in Kentucky.
A UK Football Player Is Charged With Assault | WUKY
WUKY | December 11, 2018
A UK player was arrested over the weekend. Lexington Police say sophomore wide receiver Zy’ Aire Hughes, was charged early Sunday morning with 4 th degree assault. Officers say a woman at the scene had minor injuries.
Kentucky's Economy Not As Rosy As Governor Suggests | WUKY
WUKY | December 11, 2018
A new report challenges assertions from Kentucky policymakers that corporate investments are spurring an economic revival.
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
A search was underway in Leslie County Monday night after an apparent shooting that left three dead, according to state police. Kentucky State Police were called by the Leslie County … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
Police continued searching Tuesday for a man wanted for questioning in the shooting deaths of three people in Leslie County. Paul Douglas Sizemore, 52, has not been charged in those … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
Recalling a year of legal action that included filing lawsuits against opioid manufacturers, cracking down on online child predators and suing the governor to block a public pension bill, Kentucky … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
Philanthropist Mira Ball explains why she’s donated $10 million to her alma mater, UK. … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
A blind and possibly deaf puppy recently survived a horrific experience when she was rescued in a Scott County creek. According to the Scott County Animal Shelter, two men rescued … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
The body of a dead newborn baby was found in a trash bag on the porch of a home in Clay County early Tuesday, according to Kentucky State Police. Police … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
Three drug couriers, including a Lexington woman, have been sentenced in federal court. On Monday, U.S. District Judge Joseph M. Hood sentenced Shontail Marie Hocker, 42, to eight years in … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
The University of Kentucky is considering a $500 million facilities plan to renovate older buildings and construct new ones to accommodate planned enrollment growth over the next five years. The … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
They were two small-town Kentucky boys who went to study literature at Stanford University. They ended up at ground zero of California’s emerging counterculture with beatniks, hippies, rock ‘n’ roll … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
Lindsey Graham laughingly says his sudden embrace of of Rand Paul is a sign of what the Bible calls “end times.” Rand Paul jokes that their mind meld first needed … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
Philanthropist and developer Mira Ball donated $10 million to the University of Kentucky to help students pay for college, officials announced Tuesday. The gift will go specifically to students from … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
Fayette Circuit Judge Kimberly Bunnell said Tuesday that four men charged in the 2016 deaths of a woman and her unborn son can face the death penalty. Defense attorneys for … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
Last year, officials at the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department warned the city’s jail staff that it was only a matter of time before Hepatitis A made its way to Lexington. … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
Claims by Gov. Matt Bevin and other officials about record business investment in Kentucky paint a picture more optimistic than reality, according to a report released Monday. Bevin and state … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 11, 2018
UK has created a list of renovations and new building construction to improve and expand classrooms, offices and research space across campus. … Click to Continue »
Blue/White Gymnastics | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | December 10, 2018
Kentucky senior Aubree Rosa prepares to run out of the tunnel as she is introduced before the Blue/White gymnastics meet on Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018, at Memorial Coliseum in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by Jordan Prather | Staff
'The Genome Is Out Of The Bottle': UK Bioethicist Talks Gene Editing | WUKY
WUKY | December 10, 2018
A University of Kentucky bioethicist says claims that a Chinese scientist edited the genes of twin girls raise a host of scientific, ethical, and legal concerns – and that's before authorities have even determined their veracity.
Mary Todd Lincoln Getting Bicentennial Birthday Bash | WUKY
WUKY | December 10, 2018
This Thursday marks the 200 th birthday of former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln and there’s a big party planned at the restored childhood home of the native Kentuckian.
Lexington Herald Leader | December 10, 2018
Since 2015, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department has placed restaurants and food service providers on probation when they fail an inspection with a score of 84 or lower, or when … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 10, 2018
Nine restaurants or food service establishments were added to the list of those on probation by the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department between mid-October and mid-November. They include a day care, … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 10, 2018
An employee of Sonny’s BBQ in Richmond has been diagnosed with Hepatitis A, according to the Madison County Health Department. All individuals who ate at the Center Drive restaurant between … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 10, 2018
The 2014 Miss Kentucky winner could face 20 years in prison for allegedly sending nude photos on Snapchat to a juvenile boy she taught in West Virginia, according to media … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 10, 2018
State police have arrested a man who allegedly traveled to Kentucky from out of state to have sex with a 14-year-old girl, according to a news release. Samuel Hicks, 39, … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 10, 2018
As holiday shopping ramps up, a crack down on shoplifting in Lexington led to dozens of arrests last week and the recovery of more than $8,000 in stolen merchandise.  The … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 10, 2018
A 3-year-old Clinton County girl died at University of Kentucky Children’s Hospital Sunday evening following a violent attack, allegedly by her uncle. The death of Josephine Bulubenchi is being listed … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 10, 2018
Would prohibiting the sale of flavored liquids for e-cigarettes help curb the onslaught of addiction among Kentucky teens? What about raising the minimum age for purchase from 18 to 21? … Click to Continue »
McConnell Maintains SCOTUS Decisions Line Up With Senate History | WUKY
WUKY | December 09, 2018
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is again defending his decision to deny hearings for former President Barack Obama’s 2016 nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, Merrick Garland, arguing the action was “entirely consistent” with the history of the Senate.
Trial Begins For 4 Accused In Death Of Olympian's Daughter | WUKY
WUKY | December 09, 2018
A prosecutor says a stolen gun led to the fatal shooting of 15-year-old Trinity Gay, the daughter of Olympian Tyson Gay.
Woman With Pending Lawsuit Against Kentucky Loses Job | WUKY
WUKY | December 09, 2018
A staffer for the House Republican Caucus in Kentucky has lost her job nearly one year after she sued the state saying she was punished for reporting sexual harassment involving GOP lawmakers. Daisy Olivo was let go on Friday, according to her attorney, Shane Sidebottom. She was fired one day after ...
Health Officials Confirm Flu-Related Death | WUKY
WUKY | December 09, 2018
Health officials in Kentucky say a flu-related death has been confirmed in Lexington.
Lexington Herald Leader | December 09, 2018
Scientists at Mammoth Cave National Park are taking part in two studies regarding white-nose syndrome, or WNS. WNS is caused by a fungus growing on bats' muzzles, wings and tails … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 09, 2018
Less than a week after Lexington firefighters rescued a trapped police horse, they came to the aid of another large animal that was down on its luck Saturday. The Lexington … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 09, 2018
A retired professor will get $620,000 and his job back from the University of Kentucky in a settlement to a lawsuit he filed alleging retaliation for criticizing Gov. Matt Bevin’s … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 09, 2018
Singers from the University of Kentucky joined Lexingtonians downtown on Sunday at the 13th annual Celebration of Song. The holiday singalong was the brainchild of Alltech founder Pearse Lyons, who … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 09, 2018
Kentucky racing regulators said Friday that a testing lab has reported finding cannabidiol in a horse’s drug test. Cannabidiol, known as CBD oil, is a naturally occurring substance in hemp … Click to Continue »
Lexington's Skyline Changes | WUKY
WUKY | December 08, 2018
The sign for City Center, formerly known as Centre Pointe will illuminate Lexington’s skyline today. The sign for the $230 million project was installed yesterday atop the new office tower and penthouse apartments. The development which includes shops, office spaces, apartments, two hotels, restau...
Lexington Herald Leader | December 08, 2018
A federal grand jury in Lexington has accused a son of spending more than $332,000 that was supposed to go for his mother’s care in a Louisville nursing home. John … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | December 08, 2018
A three-year-old girl was in critical condition after a knife attack by her uncle in Albany early Saturday, according to Clinton County sheriff Jim Guffey. Emanuel Flutur, 33, had been … Click to Continue »
Rape, sodomy charges against UK student dropped by grand jury | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | December 07, 2018
Rape and sodomy charges against UK student Patrick Melton Jr. have been dismissed by a Fayette County grand jury, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Movement to recycle not enough; first reduce, reuse | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | December 07, 2018
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the most well-known movement to combat the world’s waste problem: the fight against plastic straws. From the momentum of the viral 2015 graphic video of a marine biologist pulling a…
Kentucky Women's Basketball vs. Rhode Island | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | December 07, 2018
Senior Maci Morris talks to her teammates during the game against Rhode Island on Thursday, December 6, 2018, in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by Chase Phillips | Staff