Ky. to receive $6 million from online gambling case
Posted: 11:53 PM - Gov. Steve Beshear says Kentucky will receive a settlement of more than $6 million from a case involving online gambling.
I don't think a taste of fall could come at a better time. Football Friday Nights are back and that means thousands of folks will fill the stands at schools all throughout eastern KY. Now... I did say that a taste of fall would be here... unfortunately... it really won't kick in until Saturday LOL.
The forecast looks wet late Thursday and into your Friday. The catch will be TIMING. Sure it's going to rain a decent amount of Friday, but the more important question will be, "Will it rain at my game?" and the answer for that is... probably not! Most showers look to be out of the area before many games begin. However, there might be a few showers still hanging out in our region. Very isolated... but still in the area.
Either way, it appears that the rain from earlier in the day will be enough to make it a nsty mess for fans in the stands. Whether you are walking through mud to get to your spot or dealing with wet seats... the rain will be an issue!
The weekend looks absolutely amazing! Dry with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s... you can't beat that!
Posted: 11:49 PM - The House has voted to cut food stamps by $2 billion a year.
Updated: 11:40 PM - Officers turned to waiting tables as a way to show their support for the family of murdered Bardstown police officer, Jason Ellis.
Updated: 11:15 PM - On Wednesday, three children had to be rushed to hospitals after a van crashed on a Clark County road.
Updated: 11:36 PM - James Gandolfini, the actor who played Tony Soprano, has died at age 51.
Updated: 10:06 PM - We're learning more about a shooting at a Kentucky condo that killed three people and critically injured a fourth.
Updated: 7:31 PM - A Kentucky couple will face a judge Thursday and potential fines after a truancy officer says they failed to send their son to school.
Updated: 7:40 PM - Ninety percent of the fireworks sold at Mike's Fireworks on Lexington Road will soon be banned in Nicholasville. After three years at that location, Mike's worried he's going to lose his business.
Updated: 7:31 PM - Wednesday afternoon the community in Jackson County is mourning the loss of a teenager killed when his tractor overturned.
Updated: 7:31 PM - It sounded like a great idea, invest in a company that provides cell service where no one has it, but as we found out this was a scam that stole millions from vulnerable investors.