Amanda Hancock, Lexington Herald-Leader en Warm Winter Could Cause Increase in Mosquitoes <p><a href="">Mosquitoes are out for blood</a> in Central Kentucky earlier and in mightier form this summer. While some experts are predicting this summer to be one of the worst for mosquitoes in decades, Grayson Brown, professor of entomology at the University of Kentucky, said there&#39;s no way of knowing until summer is in full swing. The life span of a mosquito is relatively short, a few months at most, but mosquitoes have been building up their numbers since March and will be noticeable in the upcoming months. Wed, 13 Jun 2012 14:42:14 +0000 Amanda Hancock, Lexington Herald-Leader 27979 at Warm Winter Could Cause Increase in Mosquitoes UK to Offer Classes Linked to International Universities <p><a href="">After more than two years of planning,</a> the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences is ready to implement a program that will allow UK students to take courses &quot;linked&quot; to international universities. Global Connections is targeted at students who are not able to study abroad. Mon, 11 Jun 2012 13:18:11 +0000 Amanda Hancock, Lexington Herald-Leader 27856 at Police Investigate Disappearance of Billboard <p><a href="">Lexington police said Thursday</a> they would investigate the disappearance of a controversial billboard message that denounced homosexuality and abortion. The message on a billboard appeared last week and cited Bible passages beneath the statements &quot;Homosexuality is an abomination&quot; and &quot;Abortion is murder.&quot; The vinyl sign, which listed a phone number for Bluegrass Church of Christ in Scott County, was missing Thursday, leaving a blank billboard. Police contacted the church and took a theft report, spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said. Fri, 01 Jun 2012 15:04:24 +0000 Greg Kocher, Lexington Herald-Leader & Amanda Hancock, Lexington Herald-Leader 27367 at Police Investigate Disappearance of Billboard