Senators: Put cameras on train tracks, engineers
Posted: 4:02 PM - After a New York commuter train derailment killed four people, two federal lawmakers want trains to be outfitted with cameras pointed at engineers and at the tracks.
We are officially in the midst of the Summer season! I love it all; grilling, the lake, golf, swimming and all that goes with the hot sun and late evenings! As we are visiting this week, oh, by the way I’ll be doing my monthly noon show appearance on Wednesday, tune in to WKYT for the 12-1pm noon news! Back to us; be ready to give me some ideas for July 4th events that you know of that need some publicity!
What I did last week………..I was in Henderson, Owensboro, Rough River, Glasgow, Bowling Green, Louisville, Bardstown, Loretto and I think 7 other cities! I had a photo and video crew with me shooting stuff. I highly recommend the following places if you are in the areas I mentioned. The Miller House in Owensboro, Maker’s Mark Distillery in Loretto, Barren River State Resort Park in Glasgow, The Soap Makery in Bardstown! This week I have, let’s see, lots of office stuff, but I have the segment on Ch. 27 on Wednesday! I also have lots of great invites for the July 4th weekend!!!!!!!!!!! Lake Cumberland, Louisville’s fireworks and stay at the Seelbach, several pool parties and maybe even run over to see an old friend in Georgetown for an evening! I am positive I’ll get a round of golf in there someplace.
Send in some photo’s and/or tell me of your all’s plans for the 4th! Remember: the roads and waterways will be highly patrolled this weekend, so do the right thing and follow the rules and get a driving assistant should you need one! Everybody stays safe that way!
“buckle up, slow down and get there in one piece”
Posted: 4:00 PM - Federal authorities have approved a permit allowing the killing of endangered bats by turbines at a West Virginia wind farm.
Posted: 3:23 PM - A woman has died from the injuries she sustained from a crash in November.
Posted: 3:22 PM - Icy weather that moved through the Bluegrass early Sunday morning left a slushy mess behind.
Posted: 3:15 PM - Scientists are stepping up efforts to learn where and how many Great Lakes water birds are getting fatal food poisoning.
Posted: 1:37 PM - Thousands of Michigan State students and fans have celebrated the football team's Big Ten title with large, rowdy bonfires and overturning at least one car.
Posted: 12:35 PM - A close family friend who visited Nelson Mandela in his last hours says he wasn't on life support, appeared to be calmly sleeping and that it was obvious he was "giving up" in what would be his last struggle.
Posted: 12:25 PM - In its second weekend at the box office, the Disney animated tale "Frozen" cooled off "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and the lone new release "Out of the Furnace."
Posted: 12:23 PM - Wildlife officials say that after losing sight of a pod of whales that was stranded in the Everglades, they are ceasing rescue efforts.
Posted: 12:20 PM - For fans of urban revitalization in historic areas, it's the perfect love story.