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Visitation will be this Saturday, May 23 at the Kentucky Castle in Woodford County for Phyllis George, who passed away a week ago at the age of 70, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Governor Beshear choked up during his daily briefing on Tuesday as he talked about Lillian Press.
KET founder and first executive director O. Leonard Press died Wednesday at the age of 97, according to KET.
Three prominent Democrats running for Kentucky governor have taken on the question of which one would be their party's strongest challenger to the state's Republican incumbent.
KET and Kentucky's Education and Workforce Development Cabinet are working together on a new resource to help state workforce development efforts.
A new historical marker celebrating KET’s legacy of service to Kentuckians was unveiled Tuesday at KET’s O. Leonard Press Telecommunications Center on Cooper Drive in Lexington.
Kentucky Educational Television (KET) released a statement in response to proposed federal budget cuts for public broadcasting.
The Kentucky Humanities Council has named longtime television host Bill Goodman its new executive director.
Republican Rand Paul and Democrat Jim Gray clashed over the Supreme Court in their one and only televised debate in the race for U.S. Senate.
Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates will meet on statewide television for the only debate of the 2016 campaign.
With less than a month to go until we head to the polls, candidates for the 6th congressional district appeared on Kentucky Educational Television Monday night to make a final pitch to voters.
Heather French Henry stops by the studio to talk with Doug High about KET's upcoming documentary, "Kentucky Veterans of the Vietnam War: In Their Own Words," that will air amid ceremonies and events honoring veterans in the state and their families.
One proposed debate between Kentucky candidates running for U.S. Senate has been confirmed and another canceled.
ABC 36's Doug High sits down with Michelle Ripley, with the Commonwealth Fund for KET, to talk about KET's 28th annual Summer Celebration Rhythm & Blooms event, coming up on Friday, June 7th.
Several underfunded candidates have piled on Democratic front-runner Jim Gray for putting his own money into his campaign for a Republican-held U.S. Senate seat.
Voters can hear from the candidates for the 2016 primary races for U.S. House and U.S. Senate starting Monday on KET's Kentucky Tonight program.
Kentucky's major party candidates for governor talked over each other as they tried to reach voters during a critical final debate broadcast live on statewide television one week before the election.
Kentucky's major party candidates for lieutenant governor bickered about education and how to pay for it during a statewide television appearance Monday night, two weeks before the election.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky's candidates for attorney general have wrangled over the case of a clerk who chose jail over issuing marriage licenses...
It's the last weekend of the summer break for students in Lexington. And there's a free event that's giving children a chance to explore arts and sciences. K-E-T's Super Saturday 2015 is today.
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