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Bevin not proud of unbridled growth in prison population 1:27

Bevin not proud of unbridled growth in prison population

Getting sick: Fact vs. Fiction 1:23

Getting sick: Fact vs. Fiction

NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace breaks down after 2nd-place finish in Daytona 500 2:16

NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace breaks down after 2nd-place finish in Daytona 500

Nick Richards: 'Guys are trusting each other more' 1:18

Nick Richards: 'Guys are trusting each other more'

'The whole mood changed': Win over Alabama a spark for Cats 1:46

'The whole mood changed': Win over Alabama a spark for Cats

Joel Justus recounts Kentucky's win against Alabama, anticipates game with Arkansas 1:39

Joel Justus recounts Kentucky's win against Alabama, anticipates game with Arkansas

'Make sure our children go to school in peace and security' 5:39

'Make sure our children go to school in peace and security'

Take a peek at the smiles, cheers and dancing at DanceBlue 1:09

Take a peek at the smiles, cheers and dancing at DanceBlue

John Calipari: We gave away some games ... we have to start taking some back 0:51

John Calipari: We gave away some games ... we have to start taking some back

Avery Johnson thought Kentucky's players were 'desperate' 0:40

Avery Johnson thought Kentucky's players were 'desperate'

‘In the times we are right now, I think the more role models we have the better.’

Nigel Smith was named as the head football coach at Lexington Catholic High School on Tuesday, February 20, 2018. He is the fourth head coach overall and the first black head coach in the program's history.
jmoore@herald-leader.com
‘In the times we are right now, I think the more role models we have the better.’ 1:48

‘In the times we are right now, I think the more role models we have the better.’

Bevin not proud of unbridled growth in prison population 1:27

Bevin not proud of unbridled growth in prison population

Getting sick: Fact vs. Fiction 1:23

Getting sick: Fact vs. Fiction

NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace breaks down after 2nd-place finish in Daytona 500 2:16

NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace breaks down after 2nd-place finish in Daytona 500