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Bisexual teacher lost his Kentucky job. Now, he’s suing in federal court.

A middle school chorus teacher who lost his job after disclosing that he is bisexual has filed a discrimination suit in federal court against the Montgomery County Board of Education. … Click to Continue »

These Lexington students are on a mission to save the bees. They want your help.

There’s a project going on at Lexington’s Paul Laurence Dunbar High School that makes some people cringe at first. Until they hear the rest of the story. Jin Cho and … Click to Continue »

Record number of students graduate from University of Kentucky this weekend

More than 5,300 undergraduate and graduate students were expected to receive degrees this weekend during the University of Kentucky’s May commencement ceremonies. It’s the largest May graduation ceremony in the … Click to Continue »

Dunbar High School Bee’s video

Members of Paul Laurence Dunbar High School’s Community Problem Solving Team of 2017-18 have taken on the mission to create community awareness in the impact of bees and the role as humans to help stop the rapid decline of the bee populous. … Cli…

Centre students protest racial problems on campus; president’s wife calls it a ‘showboat’

A group of Centre College students have been protesting against racial problems at the school, demanding concrete actions to improve the Danville campus’ climate. Student gathered inside the Old Centre … Click to Continue »

EKU Board of Regents violated law when it discussed job cuts in secret, AG says

The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents violated the state open meetings act when it met behind behind closed doors for more than five hours, Attorney General Andy Beshear said. … Click to Continue »

‘Getting a degree means everything.’ UK football player to graduate after 30 years.

In 1985, Oliver White was captain of the University of Kentucky football team, celebrating one of its most successful years under Coach Jerry Claiborne. Scouts from the Pittsburgh Steelers had … Click to Continue »

Overseas flight reacts to college choir’s ‘My Old Kentucky Home’

The Kentucky Wesleyan College choir surprised a group of overseas travelers with a rendition of a classic Kentucky song Tuesday. Prior to their flight from Atlanta to Europe to begin … Click to Continue »

Now we know why Fayette County schools canceled deal for middle school land: Asbestos.

Asbestos was found on the 20 acres of land along Squires Road that Fayette County school officials decided not to purchase from the Kentucky American Water Company to build a … Click to Continue »

Kentucky ends free tuition program for 1,100 UK employees. Here’s what happens next.

More than 1,000 employees at the University of Kentucky will be able to continue working on degrees they’ve begun at other universities under a new program announced Tuesday. Those employees … Click to Continue »

In Kentucky, here’s how much your tuition could go up next year

Kentucky’s public universities will be limited to a 6 percent tuition increase over the next two years, the state’s higher education governing board ruled Friday. The Council on Postsecondary Education … Click to Continue »

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