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Stoops talks quarterbacks at Rotary
It's a tradition that the coach of the Wildcats is invited to Lexington Rotary in the preseason, and that's where Mark Stoops was Thursday, talking about his quarterbacks.
Blue Grass winner Dance With Fate euthanized after training injury
Blue Grass Stakes winner Dance With Fate has been euthanized after the colt severely injured his leg in a training accident.
Time Warner reaches deal with SEC Network
University of Kentucky fans with Time Warner Cable will get to watch the new SEC Network when it debuts.
UK sets Fan Day for Aug. 9
Kentucky Football Fan Day has been set for Saturday, Aug. 9 at Nutter Fieldhouse at 9 a.m. ET, with a practice open to the fans following at 10:45 a.m. at Commonwealth Stadium. Admission and parking is free of charge.
Brewers rough up the Reds again, 5-1
Milwaukee has hit six home runs in the last two days against the Reds.
Hackett, Bryant, Wells honored at Governor’s Cup events
Three University of Kentucky football greats, Wilbur Hackett, Warren Bryant and Dean Wells, were honored during Governor’s Cup activities Tuesday night at the Derby Museum and Wednesday at the Hurstbourne Country Club in Louisville.
EKU's Rose qualifies for U.S. Amateur
Eastern Kentucky University’s Travis Rose earned a spot in the field for the 2014 U.S. Amateur Championship by finishing second on Monday at the U.S. Amateur sectional qualifying event at the Coldstream Country Club in Cincinnati, Ohio.
UK alumni game tickets go on sale July 28
Tickets for the 2014 UK Men’s Basketball Alumni Charity Game, which will be held August 24 at 6 p.m. ET in Rupp Arena, will go on sale to the public on Monday, July 28, at 10 a.m. ET. For the first time in three years, a team of UK pros will face a team of non-UK pros.
Construction at Commonwealth Stadium to go on
The $110 million construction project at the University of Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium will continue through the upcoming football season with the goal of finishing renovations before the 2015 kickoff.
LeBron James visits KBA to watch son play
The best player in all of basketball is in town at the AAU 10-under national tournament.
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WKYT Investigates: Lexington's crime hot spot
Police say 30 percent of the arrests made in last week's "Operation Transformation" were inside or on the property of the M&M Grocery.
Domestic dispute ends in stabbing, shooting in Owsley County
We've learned new details about an attack at an eastern Kentucky home that left two people injured.
Funeral held for Corbin airman killed in accident
Family and friends say a final farewell to an Air Force Staff Sergeant. Dirk Shelton, 29, died earlier this month after an accident in Washington, D.C.
Man steals medicine in robbery at Lexington Meijer pharmacy
The robbery happened around 9 p.m. Thursday inside the Meijer in Hamburg.
Talks may lead to pause in Gaza fighting, UN school in Gaza attacked
On the bloodiest day so far in the more than two-week war between Israel and Hamas, negotiators may be on the verge of working out a weeklong humanitarian pause.
Shots fired near Douglass Park in Lexington
Lexington Police are trying to track down the person who fired some shots along a busy street in Lexington.
WKYT Investigates: Lexington's crime 'Made in Detroit'
"The profits that are made down south are double, triple what can be made up here. The gangs know that and they go down there to try to exploit that," Lyle Dungy explained.
WKYT Investigates: The revolving door for criminals
"A very small percentage of the criminals commit the vast majority of crime," said Ray Larson, Fayette County's top prosecutor. Larson said those criminals are the winners of a "catch and release" stance, or soft approach, on crime.
WKYT Investigates: An insider's take on Lexington's crime wave
Brannon Dunn says he's a product of his environment. He grew up in the east end of Lexington which is now considered the city's hotspot for crime.
Cattle rustling ‘epidemic’ sweeping across central Kentucky
Thieves are trying to cash in as beef prices climb to record highs.