Lexington native Brenna Angel anchored local morning newscasts for WUKY through May 13. She joined the station in March 2010 after previously working for WHAS-AM in Louisville.
Her work has been honored by the Hearst Foundation, the Radio Television Digital News Association, and the Associated Press. Several of Brenna’s stories have aired on NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered.
Brenna accepted a position with the Lexington Mayor's Office in May 2013.
This is the year that drive-in movie theater owners have dreaded: They must convert their projectors from film to digital. It costs tens of thousands of dollars to make the switch, and that may be too much for many of the remaining 400 or so drive-ins left in the United States.
A couple of advertising professionals want to spruce up their home state's image by ditching the slogan Unbridled Spirit for a new one: Kentucky Kicks Ass. The new slogan has garnered fans as far away as Japan and England, but will state officials sign off on it?
Many still play with the toy, which been around for more than 30 years. The puzzle that challenges players to align a single color on each side first went on the market in 1980. A new generation of players is pushing the limits of the Rubik's Cube using modern technology.
Military families across the country celebrated Thanksgiving this week with loved ones who were home after being deployed to Iraq for the last time. For one Kentucky National Guardsman, his commitment to family is as strong as his desire to serve.