WKYT | Lexington, Kentucky | News

More Headlines

Ky. landowners urged to save hemlocks

Posted: 04/28/2014 - The Kentucky Department of Forestry has begun an initiative to educate private landowners about a threat to hemlock trees and urge them to help fight it.

Read More

Severe weather threat continues

Updated: 04/28/2014 - Rounds of storms could cause problems over the next few days. High winds and flooding will be possible.

Read More

UK unearths time capsule from 1956

Updated: 04/28/2014 - A time capsule was found in a very random area among all the construction on the University of Kentucky campus.

Read More

Bluegrass Pipeline builders halting project

Updated: 04/28/2014 - Two energy companies are halting a massive underground pipeline project for Kentucky that drew heavy opposition from residents and environmentalists.

Read More

WKYT Reality Check: Deadliest jobs in Kentucky

Updated: 04/28/2014 - The Kentucky Labor Cabinet is releasing a report today listing the deadliest jobs in the state. Today is Workers' Memorial Day honoring those who've died on the job.

Read More

At least 16 dead in rash of tornadoes

Posted: 04/28/2014 - President Barack Obama says the Federal Emergency Agency will work with local officials in Arkansas, which was the site of a deadly tornado.

Read More

Cardinal Hill Telethon raises more than $450,000

Updated: 04/27/2014 - Sunday's 43rd Annual Cardinal Hill Telethon, featuring courageous children and adults who turned to Cardinal Hill Hospital when life took them on an unexpected journey, raised more than $450,000. The...

Read More

Police: 4-year-old shoots self in accident

Posted: 04/27/2014 - Louisville police say a four-year-old boy accidentally shot himself in the face and went to Kosair Children's Hospital with critical condition with life-threatening injuries.

Read More

WKYT

2851 Winchester Rd. Lexington, Ky 40509 859-299-0411 - switchboard 859-299-2727 - newsroom
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability