Andrea Walker, WKYT

Andrea Walker

WKYT

Lexington, KY, United States

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Past articles by Andrea:

Stanton Parks & Rec announces changes after fight at little league game

The Stanton Parks and Rec Board says the fight broke out among parents and coaches. → Read More

Salute to Seniors: Zack Sadler from Madison Southern

“Zack is just an awesome, amazing kid, no matter what we ask him to do, he does it.” → Read More

Powell County comes together to recover from intense flooding

Part of the recovery process is raising money for more gear in case Mother Nature rears her ugly head again. → Read More

Salute to Seniors: Andrea Dugger from Corbin High School

Geneva Williams says that while she’s inspired by students of all ages, she has a special place in her heart for high school seniors like her goddaughter, Andrea Dugger. → Read More

Salute To Seniors: Daniel Watkins from Fleming County High School

This week, we’re honoring Daniel Watkins from Fleming County High School. He was nominated by his aunt, Sarah Arrasmith. “He has been through a lot, not just in the last year with covid, but in the last few years,” Sarah said. → Read More

WKYT relaunches Still Serving series as restaurants hit by new round of restrictions

Throughout the pandemic, we’ve done our best to support local businesses struggling to make ends meet as we all work to adapt to our new normal. → Read More

OSHA fines FCPS transportation dept. in connection with COVID-19 outbreak

Leaders with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, also known as OSHA, said the fines come after a months-long investigation into the school’s transportation department. → Read More

State officials urge Kentuckians to limit holiday gatherings

With temperatures dropping outside, gatherings normally start transitioning indoors this time of a year. → Read More

New mobile COVID-19 testing site at Tates Creek Golf Course

The city’s mobile testing program is up and running at the Tates Creek Golf Course. → Read More

Early voting in Kentucky on pace for a million votes before Election Day

Early in-person voting is underway in Kentucky, and across much of the United States. → Read More

Monday is the last day to register to vote in Kentucky

This year’s general election is now less than a month away, but the deadline to register to vote is even closer. → Read More

Kentucky lawmakers react to president, first lady testing positive for COVID-19

Kentucky lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are showing mostly concern and compassion for the president and the first lady after their positive COVID-19 diagnosis. → Read More

Bluegrass Chapter of the Red Cross helping with Hurricane Laura relief

The Bluegrass Chapter of the American Red Cross is hard at work on the ground and behind the scenes right now helping those impacted by the hurricane in both Louisiana and Texas. → Read More

YMCA of Central Kentucky working to meet the needs of the community’s ‘new normal'

Since the pandemic first hit back in March, the YMCA of Central Kentucky has been working hard to adapt its program to meet the needs of the community’s “new normal.” → Read More

Sen. McConnell talks about CARES Act funding in Georgetown

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made a stop in Georgetown Monday for a tour of Eco-Fibre. → Read More

WATCH: Waterspout spotted on South Fla. coast

National Weather Service in Miami said it formed around 1:14 p.m. local time near Sunny Isles Beach before making landfall. No injuries were reported. → Read More

Lexington teacher sets up 'virtual pajama party' for students

Experts say developing a routine, and keeping up with classwork are key to helping them find their new normal. → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic leaves Georgetown couple stuck on cruise ship

They talked with WKYT's Andrea Walker about how they're coping with being cooped up on their journey home to Georgetown. → Read More

Kentucky teachers finding creative ways to keep kids learning

Kentucky teachers are continuing to find creative ways to keep kids learning outside the classroom. → Read More

March Madness withdrawal hits close to home

March Madness 2020 feels a lot more like March Sadness. → Read More