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UK in the News

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1960. 8 October. John F. Kennedy riding with Governor Bert Combs during a campaign visit to the University of Kentucky's campus

Photo by Matt Hernandez

Kentucky Sports Radio

Not the biggest, but the best!

Read an excerpt from 'The Kentucky Derby: How the Run for the Roses Became America's Premier Sporting Event'

The Rail Bookshelf: 'The Kentucky Derby'

John Short meets Coach Mark Stoops on the KSR Tour and told him UK would go 14-0

UK nurse honored for aiding a man in medical distress on a flight to Vegas.

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    Katherine Wade

    Sarah Buschmann !!!

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    Katherine Wade

    Sarah Buschmann that's you!

Women's Tennis player and scholar Grace Trimble was named a 2014 Truman Scholar. Congrats, Grace!

Coach Cal released his new book "Players First' on Tuesday, April 15.

UK cheerleading won their 20th National Title

UK Cheerleaders take home record 20th national championship

UK athletes make blankets for young patients.

UK acoUstiKats sing their way into national spotlight on NBC's "The Sing Off" - Watch them tonight at 9 PM

University of Kentucky researchers announce experimental treatment for Parkinson's patients

Dr. Nancy Cox will become the new dean of the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

UK Senior Chelsea Reumont is working hard to get the UK Rodeo team up and running!

University of Kentucky ranked fifth for U.S. Fulbright grants

Cultivars developed at UK make chia a viable crop in Kentucky. Since about 2005, professors Tim Phillips and David Hildebrand, plant scientists in UK's College of Agriculture, Food and the Environment, have been working to extend the range in which chia may be grown by using chemical and radiation treatments to mutate the plant's genetic characteristics.

Chicago-area prospect Tyler Ulis announced his commitment to the University of Kentucky. And is likely a starting point guard for the 2014-15 season.

UK Basketball fans "camp out" to get Big Blue Madness tickets

Meet the Cats: Dakari Johnson #44

Inner Mongolia, Kentucky Arts and Culture in UK Spotlight Multidisciplinary festival of American and Chinese art presented by University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts, the UK Confucius Institute and the Art College of Inner Mongolia University.

Get the first look at the new Kentucky basketball Wildcats on their annual photo day at the Joe Craft Center in Lexington

UK Digital Library chosen as one of five nationally for pilot project

UK recruits in McDonald's games

Story: 'The game's changed' for Kentucky with commitment of Julius Randle

John Clay: Young Cats slowly, surely finding an identity