May 28, 1966, a day emblazoned in my memory, the day of our wedding 48 years ago. I do not remember it as if it were yesterday; these days memories are both selective and precious.
The University of Kentucky launched its industrial hemp pilot program Tuesday when hemp seeds were planted at Spindletop Farm, marking another milestone in the drive to restore industrial hemp prod
The industrial hemp seeds ticketed for pilot research programs in Kentucky finally made it to the state Department of Agriculture headquarters in Frankfort today after being held in Louisville for
An online discussion among Appalachian academics sparked a debate about “whether bias in academe (and society) is too accepted when it is about the people of the region they study,” Scott Jaschik w
Kentucky's internet search history is a mix of politics, sports, and sex.
Think of Kentucky exports. The stuff we make (or raise) and sell. What comes to mind? Corvettes, bourbon, thoroughbreds, aerospace… wait aerospace?
California Chrome continued on his quest for a Triple Crown sweep Saturday at Pimlico Race Course, scoring a dominating victory in the $1.5 million Preakness Stakes to the enthusiastic approval of
With the final stages of a $44 million renovation nearly complete, Kentucky Kingdom amusement park in Louisville is set to reopen May 24, the start of Memorial Day weekend.
Covington is suddenly Ground Zero in the race for Kentucky's US Senate seat.
On the afternoon of May 14, 2014, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture filed suit against the federal government. Enough is enough.
May is a beautiful and busy time in the Commonwealth.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) testified before the Senate Drug Caucus on Wednesday afternoon where he referred to Northern Kentucky as ground zero for heroin abuse in the Commonweal
HBO's Last Week Tonight host John Oliver skewered the US Senate race in Kentucky for the candidates' use of over-the-top imagery and taglines in their respective campaign commercials.