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  • UK SPORTS VIDEOS

    Jeff Webster on Julius Randle

    Jeff Webster, a former Oklahoma basketball player who has been Julius Randle's mentor, talks about Randle's decision to enter NBA Draft.

  • UK SPORTS VIDEOS

    Julius Randle's mom on decision

    Carolyn Kyles, mother of Julius Randle, talks about her son's decision to enter NBA Draft.

  • HOMEPAGE VIDEOS

    Abandoned Pit Bull

    A 2-month-old female pit bull puppy is being cared for at Lexington's Animal Care and Control. The puppy was left in a car that crashed into a Lexington business last night. Lexington Herald-Leader video by Charles Bertram |Staff

  • FOOD MEDIA

    Cheddar's Couple

    J.D. and Kathleen Adams love the casual restaurant so much they are in a competition with J.D.'s parents to see who can eat at the most Cheddar's. J.D. is winning at 26. There are spread sheets involved.

  • ENTERTAINMENT VIDEO

    50 to 1

    The cast of 50 to 1 and connections of Mine That Bird at Keeneland on April 18 to promote the film, which opened in Lexington that weekend.

  • BOURBON INDUSTRY: VIDEOS

    Wild Turkey Diamond

    Wild Turkey Distillery in Lawrenceburg is releasing a Diamond Anniversary bourbon honoring master distiller Jimmy Russell's 60 years at the distillery. $125, 91 proof, limited release.

  • HOMEPAGE VIDEOS

    You Saw Me

    Seth McBee has created light-up vests that can change colors, flash patterns, change the frequency of flash. Video by Matt Goins

  • SPORTS VIDEOS

    Keeneland view from the starting gate

    Point of view video from Keeneland starting gate crew member Raleigh Cox on the third race of the Spring Meet opening day, April 4th 2014. Video by Pablo Alcala | Herald-Leader

  • FOOD MEDIA

    Food Truck Friday

    Lexington Herald-Leader hosted the Bluegrass Food Truck Association for Food Truck Friday in April, to benefit the United Way of the Bluegrass. The paper will have three more events this year.

  • LIVING VIDEOS

    Video: A Brief History of CAP

    The Christian Appalachian Project has been serving Eastern Kentucky for 50 years. The current CEO, Guy Adams, talks about the legacy of the non-profit and found Father Ralph Beiting.

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