Kentucky author Silas House reads from his new novel, "Southernmost".
Kentucky author Silas House reads from his new novel, "Southernmost". The book explores the collision of gay rights and fundamentalist Christianity in the rural South. It is about how attitudes can change.
Filmmaker Michael Breeding interviews Choctaw Academy owner Dr. William Richardson and historian Christina Snyder about the Native American school in Kentucky where 600 students from 17 tribes were educated from 1825-1848.
Preservationists are alarmed that the owner of a historic 1791 house in Paris, Ky., has threatened to demolish it if he can't sell it soon. Revolutionary War Capt. James Wright built the house, as well as a 1786 log cabin behind it.
Ken Cooke and Bruce Hutcheson have built three solar-powered boats over the past four years. One has made trips down the Ohio River and up the Cumberland. It's an environmentally friendly — and quiet — way to cruise.
Answers in Genesis researchers Georgia Purdom and Dr. Andrew Snelling recount the reactions they had seen from guests during opening day of the Noah's ark replica at Ark Encounter park in Williamstown on July 7th.
Lexington-based poet Ada Limón reads “The Last Thing” from her new book, “The Carrying,” the follow up to her acclaimed “Bright Dead Things,” which was nominated for numerous awards, including the National Book Award.
Artists Karyn Olivier and Jay C. Lohmann convert the dome ceiling of University of Kentucky's Memorial Hall entrance into public art to contextualize a controversial mural found within the building made by Ann Rice O'Hanlon in 1934.
Kentucky football defensive coordinator Matt House said Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018, that he will know more about his unit’s progress after Saturday’s scrimmage. Kentucky opens the season Sept. 1 against Central Michigan.
Lexington Center and Rupp Arena will hold a surplus materials and salvage auction on Friday, August 17 . Remaining pieces of the original Rupp Arena floor are among the many surplus items that will be auctioned starting at 10 a.m.
Lexington's Division of Water Quality is seeking volunteers to participate in sampling the water quality of Lexington creeks. They will be holding a training session on Tuesday, August 21 to train volunteers on how to collect water samples.