Tom Eblen

Tom Eblen

Hours of unseen video interviews with famous Kentuckians to be available online

Lexington filmmaker Michael Breeding has begun donating unseen interviews made for his many documentaries to the University of Kentucky’s Louis B. Nunn Center for Oral History. The first batch includes eight hours of footage and interviews with Thomas D. Clark, the beloved historian laureate who died in 2005 at age 101. UK will post the interviews online, using technology it developed to make them fully searchable by keyword.

Tom Eblen

Enough is enough: Lexington Council should let Boone Creek zip line reopen

After five years of controversy, lawsuits and changes in Lexington’s zoning laws, The Urban County Council votes Jan. 19 on whether to approve the Planning Commission’s unanimous recommendation that Boone Creek Outdoors be allowed to reopen. This kind of low-impact adventure tourism could be good for the local economy — and the future of the fragile Kentucky River Palisades.

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Lafayette 'struggling' after teen shot, administrators say

Lafayette High School Principal Bryne Jacobs and counselor Julie Bennington discuss Robert "Bobby" Durrum, a 15-year-old student killed in a Belmont Drive shooting.
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Lafayette 'struggling' after teen shot, administrators say 4:58

Lafayette 'struggling' after teen shot, administrators say

How one inaugural speech might have killed a president, plus four other inauguration facts 1:42

How one inaugural speech might have killed a president, plus four other inauguration facts

Lexington Christmas tree recycling continues 0:37

Lexington Christmas tree recycling continues

Ben Howland happy with comeback 3:02

Ben Howland happy with comeback