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7 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
But some lawmakers appear ready to sacrifice the quality of instruction in Kentucky's public schools, possibly hoping for political gain for themselves or their party -- at a time when education experts are stressing the urgency of upgrading public education, especially in the areas of science and mathematics.
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Former University of Kentucky basketball star Richie Farmer has been assigned to a federal prison camp in northeastern West Virginia to serve a 27-month sentence for abusing his public office.
I often wake up at night scared of having to have another operation on my neck. I have had three, along with two metal implants, and the associated scarring and neuropathy which occur when one tries to get a few extra miles out of an old car.
Dr. Mason Bellamy has been named Director of Services for Exceptional Children beginning March 17th.
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A jury found Terrence Sims guilty of murder in the shooting death of 33-year-old Steven Kanavaugh, who was shot and killed in June of 2010.
Ouch. Take a look at our 24 hour temperature change! After a day spent in the 70s yesterday, the chill returned in earnest today.
"We have had a strong leasing season which includes many students renewing their lease agreements and continuing to live at The Lex.
Paramedics loaded a man into an ambulance shortly before 1 p.m. Tuesday after he was injured riding his bike in downtown Lexington.
U.S. sailors aboard the USS Truxtun as it visits Romania during joint exercises in the Black Sea In response to the crisis in Crimea, the U.S. has undertaken a number of military moves around the region.
The Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame announced the names of the class of 2014 Monday.
Students made tie-dye shirts during the University of Kentucky Student Activities Board's Tie Dye Tuesday event at the Student Center patio on campus in Lexington.
The sound heard by nearby residents, and the plans being made to allow first responders to cross the Ohio River.
The University of Kentucky's Gatton Institute for Business Management and Leadership Excellence is offering an 11-week session beginning March 20 that focuses on the basic lessons of a business degree.
They have no war chests, no campaign organizations and, by all accounts, little or no chance to win.