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Update: A state judge has denied Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's request to block an expert witness' testimony about the University of Louisville's accreditation.

A Berea College administrator has offered testimony about the cost of college education to a congressional committee in Washington.  Much of the questioning Tuesday focused on student debt.

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Employment rates in the information technology field are slowly declining across the commonwealth. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employees in IT related fields in Kentucky have dropped by more than 5,000 since 2006.

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Update 9/14: All residents of Springer College have now been relocated to other residential halls on campus, according to email update to faculty and staff.


Dr. Anton Reece takes over as West Kentucky Community and Technical College president October 1st. Reece talks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about his academic journey to WKCTC.

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The University of Kentucky says it does not object to Attorney General Andy Beshear intervening in its lawsuit against the student newspaper.

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A senior US education official says community colleges can be successful when they react quicker to crisis than four-year universities.

College presidents from High Point, N. C., to Laie, Hawaii, are sitting up a little straighter, because the 2017 U.S. News & World Report rankings are out today. Published every year since 1983, they've become perhaps the most famous and influential college rankings. But they're no longer the only game in town.

A woman with 35 years of experience evaluating and treating adult sex offenders is leading training sessions throughout Kentucky.  One such program attracted well over 100 people Monday in Lexington.

Cory Jewell Jensen is with the Center for Behavioral Intervention in Oregon.  She spoke to those working in areas like law enforcement, school counseling, nursing and child protective services. 

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West Kentucky Community and Technical College is one of ten finalists for the 2017 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence. WKCTC was named Tuesday as a finalist for the fourth time in the award's history.