The start of the academic year is looking different than ever before, but some things are the same. Each year the YMCA of Central Kentucky partners with Fayette County Public Schools to host the neighborhood back to school rallies. They give backpacks and school supplies to students in need.
Across the country there are very few monuments or statues that celebrate and honor women including here in Lexington. In fact, out of the nearly 5200 monuments and statues the Smithsonian says only about 7% represent women. Three years ago, a group here in Lexington set out to change that number for this city.
Mayo Clinic researchers reported a strong hint that blood plasma from COVID-19 survivors helps other patients recover, but it’s not proof and some experts worry if, amid clamor for the treatment, they’ll ever get a clear answer.
George Krikorian spent most of his life developing entertainment centers, mostly in California. Instead of an empty lot at the corner of South Broadway and High Street, he immediately saw an opportunity.
On Thursday, Dr. Steven Stack, along with acting state epidemiologist Capt. Dr. Doug Thoroughman, spoke to state lawmakers at a committee hearing about COVID-19 testing, education, when a vaccine might be available, and other COVID-19 related topics.
Will fall sports happen in Kentucky? It is a big question and it's what many people are wondering, but right now the answer is yes. The Kentucky High School Athletic Association board voted in late July to delay the start of fall practices and games for football, soccer, volleyball, field hockey and other activities.