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The University of Kentucky's Gatton Institute for Business Management and Leadership Excellence is offering an 11-week session beginning March 20 that focuses on the basic lessons of a business degree.
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They have no war chests, no campaign organizations and, by all accounts, little or no chance to win.
In 2010, reports about COPD awareness were of an ascending, thumbs-up variety. The public was starting to grasp what those four letters stood for -- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- particularly in light of their notoriety as the new number three killer in the U.S., behind heart disease and cancer.
Latasha Ramex Parks, 24, charged with facilitation to murder and being a persistent felony offender, entered not guilty pleas Friday through her attorney in Fayette Circuit Court.
Lexington, KY March 6, 2014 - The Lex student apartment community in Lexington, Kentucky announced a new contest offered to current students enrolled at the University of Kentucky.
Darrin Phegley / The Gleaner Nancy Cox, dean of Agriculture at the University of Kentucky, is the keynote speaker for the Henderson County Agricultural Awards at the Fine Arts Center Thursday morning, March 6, 2014.
The SEC is revisiting its policy barring alcohol sales at games, specifically those held off campus and at neutral sites, according to AL.com.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is headlining a fundraiser in Lexington, Ky., Thursday for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a spokesperson for the campaign confirmed.
When it comes to matters of the heart, celebrity-obsessed, rap-loving comedic actor Aziz Ansari is admittedly hapless - but hilariously observant about being single in the age of social media.
A 59-year-old University of Kentucky professor has been charged with possessing child pornography after material was found on a university computer, according to authorities.
A University of Kentucky employee has been charged with possession of child pornography after police say he had the images on his work computer.
The Record is also featuring responses this week from the two candidates who are vying to be McCreary County Attorney.
Patients having difficulty breathing will no longer be cared for by respiratory therapists at three Louisville-area emergency rooms as a result of the recent layoffs at KentuckyOne Health.
On Wednesday, the University of Kentucky said it plans to sign a long-term lease to keep laying in Rupp Arena.