More Videos

Mom says Kentucky fifth-grader being bullied because he doesn't believe in God 1:23

Mom says Kentucky fifth-grader being bullied because he doesn't believe in God

How to get a perfect 36 on the ACT — advice from students who've done it 2:01

How to get a perfect 36 on the ACT — advice from students who've done it

Two dogs die in a fire on Perry Street 1:00

Two dogs die in a fire on Perry Street

Man who was denied marriage license by Kim Davis files to run against her 2:02

Man who was denied marriage license by Kim Davis files to run against her

Happy homecoming for Hamidou Diallo 1:00

Happy homecoming for Hamidou Diallo

Cheers to you, Tony Delk! Check out our taste test of the former Wildcat's new wines 4:19

Cheers to you, Tony Delk! Check out our taste test of the former Wildcat's new wines

Why giving to others makes us feel good 1:31

Why giving to others makes us feel good

Opening Drive episode 4: Kings of Lexington 6:15

Opening Drive episode 4: Kings of Lexington

How a Lexington-based business makes movies go viral 1:18

How a Lexington-based business makes movies go viral

Celebrating 40 years: Rupp Arena, an 'icon' 4:07

Celebrating 40 years: Rupp Arena, an 'icon'

  • Kentucky student work is part of U.S. Capitol art

    The piece “Where My Story Begins” by Nicholas County High School student Samuel Jolly currently hangs in the U.S. Capitol with the work of other high school students. The piece, which has a bright blue background, can be seen at the beginning of the video on the bottom row. Video provided by the office of U.S. Rep. Andy Barr

The piece “Where My Story Begins” by Nicholas County High School student Samuel Jolly currently hangs in the U.S. Capitol with the work of other high school students. The piece, which has a bright blue background, can be seen at the beginning of the video on the bottom row. Video provided by the office of U.S. Rep. Andy Barr meads@herald-leader.com
The piece “Where My Story Begins” by Nicholas County High School student Samuel Jolly currently hangs in the U.S. Capitol with the work of other high school students. The piece, which has a bright blue background, can be seen at the beginning of the video on the bottom row. Video provided by the office of U.S. Rep. Andy Barr meads@herald-leader.com

Art work by Kentucky students on display in U.S. Capitol

April 28, 2017 12:45 PM

UPDATED May 01, 2017 05:35 AM

More Videos

Mom says Kentucky fifth-grader being bullied because he doesn't believe in God 1:23

Mom says Kentucky fifth-grader being bullied because he doesn't believe in God

How to get a perfect 36 on the ACT — advice from students who've done it 2:01

How to get a perfect 36 on the ACT — advice from students who've done it

Two dogs die in a fire on Perry Street 1:00

Two dogs die in a fire on Perry Street

Man who was denied marriage license by Kim Davis files to run against her 2:02

Man who was denied marriage license by Kim Davis files to run against her

Happy homecoming for Hamidou Diallo 1:00

Happy homecoming for Hamidou Diallo

Cheers to you, Tony Delk! Check out our taste test of the former Wildcat's new wines 4:19

Cheers to you, Tony Delk! Check out our taste test of the former Wildcat's new wines

Why giving to others makes us feel good 1:31

Why giving to others makes us feel good

Opening Drive episode 4: Kings of Lexington 6:15

Opening Drive episode 4: Kings of Lexington

How a Lexington-based business makes movies go viral 1:18

How a Lexington-based business makes movies go viral

Celebrating 40 years: Rupp Arena, an 'icon' 4:07

Celebrating 40 years: Rupp Arena, an 'icon'

  • How to get a perfect 36 on the ACT — advice from students who've done it

    10 Fayette County students who scored a perfect 36 on the ACT in 2016-17 were asked their advice on how other students can prepare and do well on the test.