The rally, which was organized by United Campus Workers of Kentucky, originally called for President Eli Capilouto to implement all of the proposals laid out in five resolutions passed by University Senate.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Administration, or NOAA, just released new 30-year climate normals and for Kentucky and we’ve seen some notable changes in our average temperature and precipitation.
No time is being wasted after the FDA approved the use of the Pfizer vaccine for kids 12 to 15 years old. 30 people in the age group have already been vaccinated at Kroger Field. Wild Health is planning 37 clinics at schools across the Commonwealth starting next week.
According to the sheriff’s office, the United States Customs and Border Protection along with the Office of Homeland Security recently intercepted counterfeit Apple products that were being sent from China to Georgetown.
The investigation began early Wednesday morning in the area of Four Mile Road between Danielle Court and Estill Avenue. Richmond police tell us Lexington police received a tip about a possible homicide at a home in Richmond.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness, or ‘NAMI,’ dedicates this month to fighting stigma and educating the public. Experts said the increases in mental health issues from last year to now not only need to be addressed, but also worked through.
As many high school seniors prepare to graduate, many are thinking of what plans they have next for college, but some students may not have that option. That’s why Mission of Hope has been stepping up to provide scholarships to students in need to help achieve their goals.