The sign welcoming you to Wendt’s Wildlife Adventure in Nicholas County depicts a sloth hanging from the branch of a tree. Just off US 68 near Carlisle on Maysville Road you’ll find sloths and so much more.
One former UK Wildcat basketball player knows the joy of winning a national championship. LaVon Williams, Jr. was part of the 1978 team that won it all. Since then, Williams has made his mark off the court in the art world.
WKYT has partnered with Mulberry Builders for this year's 2023 dream home build in Lexington. The home is being built at 3517 Stolen Horse Trace in the Home Place neighborhood off Polo Club Boulevard in Hamburg. This weekend you can get a little exercise and support St. Jude at the same time. Mulberry Builders is hosting a 30 minute Charity Ride to raise money for St. Jude.
Event organizers announce the “call for participants” for Lexington Restaurant Week 2022. The event sponsored by Central Bank, Maker’s Mark and WKYT will encompass two weekends this summer from Thursday, July 21 through Sunday, July 31.
The restaurant industry has been hit hard by the ongoing pandemic. They’ve been impacted by nearly every new round of restrictions we’ve seen so far, but despite all that, many of your favorites are Still Serving.
The Danville chapter of the Compassionate Friends organization hosted its annual Worldwide Candle Lighting vigil on Sunday, to helps parents, siblings, and grandparents deal with the loss of a loved one.
Scott County residents continue to show their support for injured sheriff's deputy Jaime Morales, who was shot on the job several weeks ago. Morales was in critical condition for some time and later learned the injuries left him 90 percent paralyzed.
Tuesday marked the 35th anniversary of National Night Out for police and first responders across Kentucky and the country.
The annual event hopes to build relationships between police departments and the communities they serve, with the goal of making neighborhoods safer.