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3 min ago | KFVS12
University of Kentucky agricultural economists say the state's farm cash receipts are on a rapid trajectory upward that could reach $6 billion in 2013, just a year after total farm income surpassed $5 billion for the first time ever.
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3 hrs ago | Harlan Daily Enterprise
A new clinical trial being conducted at the University of Kentucky Sanders-Brown Center on Aging and the UK Alzheimer's Disease Center may signal new hope in the future for those who might be afflicted with the devastating disease.
7 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
Kentucky farmers likely set their third consecutive record with $6 billion in cash receipts this year -- and are predicted to meet or exceed it again next year, University of Kentucky agricultural economists said Thursday.
7 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics' latest database released Wednesday delivered some predictable news: Athletic spending is up across the board, especially for football.
9 hrs ago | The Horse
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When Nancy Cox came to the University of Kentucky in 2001, it was not even a news item that her appointment as associate dean for research in the College of Agriculture was the first time a woman had held that post.
The amount of money the University of Kentucky spent on each athlete grew more than 10 times faster than the amount it spent to educate each student in recent years, according to a new study.
Democrat Reginald Thomas leads his two opponents in campaign funds for next Tuesday's special election in Lexington to succeed Kathy Stein in the state Senate.
From left, Stephanie Scott, Squires Elementary teacher; INSPIRE award recipient Heidi Thompson-Abell, Squires Elementary teacher; Carley Hardin, Lexmark; and Kathy Edwards, Lexmark.
When Carter and Janette Johnson retired and sold their tourist hotel on the Polynesian island of Tonga, they decided to move half a world away and begin restoring old Kentucky homes.
A new study led by University of Kentucky researchers suggests that a diet low in vitamin D causes damage to the brain and causes cognitive decline in the elderly.
The study, published in Free Radical Biology and Medicine , manipulated serum vitamin D status in rats using dietary supplementation with low, moderate/control, or high levels of the vitamin from middle to old age in order to assess changes in vitamin D-dependent proteome expression in the brains of the rats.
Meat scientist Gregg Rentfrow and Meat Lab manager Ryan Chaplin at the UK Meat Shop.
A new study led by University of Kentucky researchers suggests that a diet low in vitamin D causes damage to the brain.
"We are going to aim for authentic dishes not offered anywhere else in Louisville," said Alvin Lin of AJ Investment Group, the family company behind the planned restaurant.
Merchants aren't the only ones who start thinking early about Christmas and the holiday season.