Former Kentucky guard Cameron Mills, WKYT-TV producer Dick Gabriel and Kentucky-based filmmaker Jason Epperson teamed up to produce a documentary on "The Comeback Cats," one of UK's most improbable national championship teams.
Craig Combs, grandson to Yankees baseball player and EKU alumnus Earle Combs, reads letters written to Earle by fellow teammate Lou Gehrig when Earle suffered major injuries in July 1934 that hospitalized him for two months.
Kentucky parole board member Caroline Mudd questioned John Paul Works about why he killed officer Regina Nickles during a parole hearing Tuesday. The two members who heard Works put off until next week a decision on releasing Works from prison.
Lexington-based poet Ada Limón reads “The Visitor” from her new book, “The Carrying,” the follow up to her 2015 book “Bright Dead Things,” which was nominated for numerous awards, including the National Book Award for poetry.
Tempers flared during a joint practice session between the Washington Redskins and New York Jets in Richmond, Virginia, on August 12. According to reports, a brawl broke out after a Jets player made delayed contact with Redskins’ Morgan Moses.
Two people died after a crash Monday involving a tractor-trailer and two passenger vehicles on Georgetown Road, police said.
The road was shut down between Kearney Road and Iron Works Pike. The crash occurred around 12 p.m. Monday.
Fayette County school buses hit the road Monday for a dry run. Over 240 buses were driven on their regular morning and evening routes. 285 buses are used to transport about 20,000 students. School starts Wednesday.
Confident Kentucky is an initiative to enhance the security of identity credentials while offering new options for travelers on the move. The initiative will begin in select counties in January 2019 and roll out to the rest of the state by spring.