Large turnout for women's march downtown

A large crowd turned out for the women's march in downtown Lexington. It began at the Fayette County Courthouse at 2 p.m.


Kentucky point guard De'Aaron Fox left the game in the first half with an ankle injury. After going to the locker room, he returned to the bench wearing a walking boot.


Minus De'Aaron Fox and with Isaiah Briscoe struggling, the Wildcats still managed to beat South Carolina, thanks to a pair of seniors, coming off the bench.


Our taste of Spring produced a wonderful Saturday but Sunday looks to be primed to be wet, windy and just downright unpleasant.



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