Trick or treat hours will find temps dropping through the 30s with gusty winds and some rain and snow filling the air. Wraparound band of snow moves in Friday night into Saturday morning across central and eastern Kentucky. That's the one that could drop some light accumulations on grassy areas and elevated surfaces.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers has reintroduced legislation to preserve a Civil War site in southern Kentucky.
The bill seeks to recognize the Mill Springs Battlefield site in Pulaski and Wayne counties. The battle on Jan. 19, 1862, was the second largest in Kentucky. The fight resulted in a Union victory and blazed a trail for Union troops to move from Kentucky into Tennessee.
The measure calls for a National Park Service study on incorporating the battlefield into the national park system. Currently, the battlefield is being preserved through private sources.
The Mill Springs Battlefield Association has led efforts to preserve the battlefield. More than 50,000 Civil War enthusiasts have visited the 500-acre site.
Other co-sponsors of the bill are Kentucky congressmen John Yarmuth, Brett Guthrie and Andy Barr.