Jim Stratman, WKYT

Jim Stratman

WKYT

Kentucky, United States

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Recent:
  • WKYT
Past:
  • FOX19
  • wave3news
  • WIS News 10
  • 14 News
  • KFVS News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WBTV News
  • newswest9

Recent articles by Jim:

New STEM scholarship announced in honor of Carol Barr

A new scholarship program in honor of the late Carol Barr was announced Monday. → Read More

Morgan Co. man, founder of eastern Ky. nonprofit, raises money for family in need after March flooding

An eastern Kentucky man is doing his part to help a family who was hit hard by the flooding this past spring. → Read More

Doctors urge people to be mindful of COVID-19 during family gatherings

It’s a time for coming together with friends and family to celebrate. However, doctors say that, for the second year in a row, the cloud of COVID-19 is going to hang over this holiday season. → Read More

Crews respond to crash involving garbage truck in Lexington

The crash happened around 8:30 Thursday morning at the intersection of Winchester Road and Loudon Avenue. → Read More

‘They’re warm, they’re cozy, they’re home’: Lexington group collecting blankets for those in need

It’s the time of year when giving gets a special emphasis, and caring for neighbors really comes to the front of mind. → Read More

‘They’re warm, they’re cozy, they’re home’: Lexington group collecting blankets for those in need

It’s the time of year when giving gets a special emphasis, and caring for neighbors really comes to the front of mind. → Read More

Suspect in UK Hospital chaos will be allowed to say goodbye to ill mother

The man accused of having live bombs in his car outside UK Hospital was back in court. → Read More

Coroner releases name of victim in deadly Bourbon County house fire

The fire started early Thursday morning around 3 a.m. at a house on Millersburg Road, just outside of Paris. We’re told that when crews arrived on the scene the house was engulfed in flames. → Read More

Plan for new middle school in Lexington is now 50% over budget

School leaders in Fayette County are concerned about the cost of a new middle school in the Hamburg area. → Read More

EPO filed against fmr. Georgetown College president alleges sexual assault during work trip

A college employee was granted an emergency protective order, EPO, against Jones on Monday, the same day he was terminated. → Read More

Suspect accused of beating man to death in Lexington parking garage appears in court

The case against the man accused of murdering a Ty Abner in a Lexington parking garage is going to a grand jury. → Read More

Kentuckians can now sign up for health insurance through kynect

Kentuckians can begin signing up for health care coverage through kynect. → Read More

Suspect in Frankfort apartment fire that killed two people appears in court

Ibrahim Muhammad is facing charges of arson, murder, wanton endangerment, and assault. → Read More

New distribution facility opens in Lincoln County

Pitman Creek Wholesale officially opened up it’s new distribution headquarters facility Thursday. It’s a $15 million project that officials say created 60 new jobs in the company. → Read More

New state-of-the-art facility being built for National Guard in Frankfort

A new addition is coming to Kentucky’s National Guard headquarters in Frankfort. → Read More

Vague social media threat sparks concern across the country

A number of school districts in Kentucky had parents and students reporting it to them. → Read More

New senior living community opens in Lexington

The Oasis at Kearney Creek broke ground two years ago this week with the goal at bringning more affordable housing to the area. → Read More

Veteran-owned distillery will be new addition to Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail

Officials from Horse Soldier Bourbon broke ground on a new $200 million project to move their facility into Kentucky. → Read More

Veteran-owned distillery will be new addition to Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail

Officials from Horse Soldier Bourbon broke ground on a new $200 million project to move their facility into Kentucky. → Read More

Case against suspect in Lexington apartment complex arson waived to grand jury

Investigators found someone intentionally set a fire at the Pinebrook Apartments. → Read More