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Kentucky Educational Television
Kentucky Educational Television

600 Cooper Dr
Lexington, KY 40502   Directions

(859) 258-7000

Website

Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams provides update on primary election voting procedures
06/10/2020 12:20pm

This interview is part of Kentucky Tonight episode 2020 Primary Election Candidates, Part Four, which originally aired on June 8, 2020. Watch the full episode. In-person voting and absentee balloting The post Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams provides update on primary election voting procedures appeared first on KET.

Catching up with George C. Wolfe
05/29/2020 12:06pm

Playwright and stage director George C. Wolfe has received accolades and awards for his work, including Tony Awards for directing Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Bring in da Noise/Bring in da Funk. Before he became an influential figure on Broadway, he was a Kentuckian who grew up in then-segregated Frankfort.The post Catching up with George C. Wolfe appeared first on KET.

Marshall County Hoopfest
05/29/2020 11:54am

Its no secret that Kentucky loves its basketball, and that enthusiasm is on display at the Marshall County Hoopfest, a high school basketball showcase. Kentucky Life visited Hoopfest and met coaches and players back in 2014.The post Marshall County Hoopfest appeared first on KET.

The National Votes for Women Trail
05/29/2020 11:48am

2020 marks 100 years since the passage of the 19th amendment, which prohibited government regulation that would deny any U.S. citizen the right to vote on the basis of sex. The post The National Votes for Women Trail appeared first on KET.

A Musical History at Shaker Village
05/29/2020 11:31am

Kitty Durham is the Music Interpreter and Head Gardener at Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill. Two centuries ago, her ancestors resided there, although she didnt know it when she visited the site as a child. It was much later, during her years living in New York as a working musician, that she learned of the connection.The post A Musical History at Shaker Village appeared first on KET.

Louisville Cardinal
Louisville Cardinal

Louisville, KY

(502) 852-6728

Website

Louisville men’s basketball stops operations after positive COVID-19 tests
07/08/2020 4:24pm

By John McCarthy University of Louisville mens basketball activities have come to an abrupt...The post Louisville mens basketball stops operations after positive COVID-19 tests appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

U of L to raise tuition by 2 percent for 2020-2021
07/06/2020 1:00pm

By Madelin Shelton In response to the financial strain on the University of Louisville by...The post U of L to raise tuition by 2 percent for 2020-2021 appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

University of Louisville’s plan for a safe return to campus this fall
07/06/2020 11:30am

By Madelin Shelton On June 23, University of Louisville Provost Beth Boehm sent out the...The post University of Louisvilles plan for a safe return to campus this fall appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

Two Cardinals Selected in First Round of 2020 MLB Draft
06/11/2020 7:35pm

By John McCarthy It was an exciting first night of the 2020 MLB Draft...The post Two Cardinals Selected in First Round of 2020 MLB Draft appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

University leaders hold virtual forum with community
06/11/2020 10:24am

By Joseph Garcia University of Louisville President Neeli Bendapudi held a virtual forum with...The post University leaders hold virtual forum with community appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

Louisville Magazine
Louisville Magazine

137 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40202   Directions

(502) 625-0100

Website

Louisville's Dividing Lines: The Results of Redlining
06/22/2020 8:35pm

This storyoriginally appeared in the March 2017 issue.

Louisville Magazine Wins Two National Awards
05/22/2020 2:27pm

Photo: Derby 2019 /by Mickie Winters

COVID-19 Hinders Homeless Outreach Efforts
05/21/2020 1:22pm

Tiny Herron is a homeless outreach worker with St.

The Courier Journal
The Courier Journal

Louisville, KY

(502) 582-4011

Website

Beshear hints at new requirements as Kentucky's COVID-19 numbers show 'disturbing' trend
07/08/2020 5:05pm

Expressing concern over rising COVID-19 numbers, Gov,. Andy Beshear hinted at announcing new mandatory requirements at his Thursday press conference.

As Trump demands in-person classes, JCPS teachers' survey says majority want virtual start
07/08/2020 3:06pm

A survey of teachers in JCPS found they overwhelmingly support more distance learning as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

McConnell and Trump differ on following CDC coronavirus guidelines for school reopenings
07/08/2020 2:47pm

President Donald Trump criticized the CDCs guidelines as very tough and expensive on Twitter Wednesday morning.

As COVID-19 surges, we need the old Andy back ... the one who talks smack
07/08/2020 3:00pm

In the early stages of the pandemic, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear showed resolve. We need it again as the virus surges here and elsewhere.

Student group asks University of Kentucky to reform campus culture, honor Breonna Taylor
07/08/2020 4:23pm

The group asked the University of Kentucky to cut ties with anysymbols and glorification of the Confederacy on campus and more.

WBKI-TV
WBKI-TV

624 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40203   Directions

(502) 584-6441

Website

WDRB
WDRB

624 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40203   Directions

(502) 584-6441

Website

WHAS11 News
WHAS11 News

520 W Chestnut
Louisville, KY 40202   Directions

(502) 582-7711

Website

Clark County Prosecutor: ISP trooper's deadly shooting 'justified'
07/08/2020 5:19pm

Prosecutor Jeremy Mull said an Indiana trooper will not be charged in the shooting death of Malcolm Williams.

Kentucky tourism officials lay out COVID-19 losses, push for federal funds
07/08/2020 5:12pm

With tens of thousands out of work, hundreds of millions of dollars lost, one of Kentuckys industries hardest hit by COVID-19 is getting attention.

Pastor files lawsuit after being detained by St Matthews Police Officers during peaceful protest
07/08/2020 5:05pm

They grabbed me and immediately asked me to stop resisting at the same time. It was a simultaneous action. From there I was thrown to the ground

Summer heat and humidity hang around into the late week
07/08/2020 3:54pm

Highs should remain in the low 90s with heat index values near 100 degrees along with a few pop-up storms.

Police serve criminal summons after racial slur spray painted on neighbor's driveway
07/08/2020 3:54pm

Louisville police said they are still investigating the vandalism.

WLKY
WLKY

1918 Mellwood Ave
Louisville, KY 40206   Directions

(502) 893-3671

Website

2 Etown residents killed when tractor-trailer goes off Wisconsin interstate, into lake
04/15/2019 9:04am

Two people who died earlier this month when the tractor-trailer they were in went off Interstate 90 near the Wisconsin Dells and into Mirror Lake were from Elizabethtown, officials said.

Prosecutor: ISP trooper justified in fatal shooting during traffic stop
07/08/2020 5:23pm

No charges will be filed against the trooper

President Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don't reopen
07/08/2020 5:22pm

Reopening schools is important for the children & families, President Donald Trump said on Twitter. May cut off funding if not open

COVID-19 in Kentucky, Indiana: The latest headlines and resources to keep you informed
07/08/2020 5:19pm

Here, you can get the latest information on the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Kentucky and Indiana as well as resources to be prepared and keep your family safe.

Ivy League calls off fall sports, including football, for its 8 schools
07/08/2020 5:14pm

The decision affects all sports for the group of schools happening before Jan. 1.

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