House approves budget agreement
Posted: 11:47 PM - The White House is applauding a bipartisan House vote to approve a two-year budget agreement.
Sometime ago the boss’s at the Ky. State Fair decided that they should concentrate on music.
So over the last several years the free and paid admission concerts have drawn folks from Indy, Nashville and of course across the Commonwealth. Country, pop, classic rock and gospel will grace the stages and entertain folks from 5 to 85.
The State Fair is a family legacy event. I wager that more families have pictures of themselves at either the state fair or at
a state park than any other venue.
Remember school is getting to re-start and if you haven’t checked out the nearby day trip options, this week is your chance.
Frankfort has many, many buildings worthy of your time. Louisville, Lexington too!
Caps off to the Kentucky Bourbon trail for making huge strides nationally as a must do!
“Buckle up, slow down and get there in one piece”
Updated: 11:40 PM - Ink from a southern Kentucky tattoo parlor is helping raise money for a cancer patient.
Updated: 11:54 PM - The FCC is thinking about lifting its ban on cell phones during flights that would allow travelers to talk and text, but many people aren't happy about the idea.
Updated: 11:49 PM - The coroner says 60-year-old Clint Howard was killed at a home in the Lily community Thursday night.
Posted: 10:27 PM - Two people face charges in connection to a trailer stolen from a southern Kentucky business.
Posted: 9:29 PM - Linnae Harper scored 18 points and Kastine Evans added 14 to lead No. 5 Kentucky to a 96-85 victory over DePaul on Thursday night.
Updated: 7:33 PM - Wednesday morning, a Lexington man hit a cat with his car. Instead of driving on, he stopped and rushed the cat to the vet. He's taking care of the bill, but needs help finding the cat's family.
Updated: 7:35 PM - A study by the Insurance Research Council puts Kentucky as the eighth worst state for having drivers without insurance.
Posted: 5:37 PM - Police are searching for an inmate who escaped in Shelby County, while working at the Road Department.
Updated: 7:32 PM - The Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter was destroyed by a fire, but they now have a temporary new home.