Posted: 03/12/2007 - Cumberland Gap National Historic Park bought a 950-acre tract next to Fern Lake as part of a move to secure the lake and its surrounding watershed of 4,500 acres.
Updated: 03/12/2007 - Forest fires continue to be a big problem across much of Eastern Kentucky. Forestry officials say six fires are burning in Bell County alone and at least one came dangerously close to some homes.
Updated: 03/12/2007 - Nearly a dozen fires in Jackson County in just the last week has the community concerned.
Updated: 03/11/2007 - Fireman say it's always good to change the battery twice a year and the time change is an easy way to remember when.
Updated: 03/12/2007 - Click Here to get a copy of the NCAA brackets.
Updated: 03/12/2007 - Board members at an Eastern Kentucky school say they're breaking tradition, building a new school for the first time in thirty years.
Posted: 03/11/2007 - CBS's Bob Simon interviewed miner's widows in Harlan County on 60 Minutes Sunday evening. Simon talked to miner’s families and federal officials about why so many miners were killed in Eastern Kentucky mines in 2006.
Posted: 03/11/2007 - Republican Committee Chairman and Eastern Kentucky Native Mike Duncan talked about the Iraq war's effect on the upcoming 2008 presidential election.
Posted: 03/11/2007 - Though he's riding high from his role in the top-grossing film "Ghost Rider," Matt Long still keeps a grounded attitude.
Updated: 03/12/2007 - A Pike County community is also battling several building fires and don't know how they started. WYMT's Angela Sparkman has more from Upper Pond Creek and the scare and uncertainty surrounding several fires there in the last few weeks.
Updated: 03/12/2007 - March Madness officially began Sunday when the pairings were announced, kicking off office and online pools and triggering debate about seedings, who went where and who didn't make it at all.
Posted: 03/10/2007 - Melissa Lee will be back in Frankfort on Monday, urging lawmakers to pass legislation that would increase the number of inspections at underground coal mines and provide methane detectors for all miners so they can monitor for the explosive gas.
Updated: 03/11/2007 - Eastern Kentuckians who don't have health insurance now have a little more hope. A Knox County Christian ministry is offering healthcare to anyone in exchange for their time.
Posted: 03/10/2007 - The governor's Highway Safety Program awarded the Harlan Police Department for its outstanding achievement in traffic safety.
Posted: 03/10/2007 - A Johnson County man is indicted in Floyd County on 30 counts of child pornography after police say they found pictures in his car during a traffic stop.
Posted: 03/10/2007 - In January, police say Charles LeMaster came to his wife's work at a BP station and forced her into his truck at gunpoint.
Updated: 03/11/2007 - Forestry officials have been battling forest fires for a week now and say the dry conditions keep fueling the flames, and Saturday's rain will not be enough to make a difference.
Posted: 03/09/2007 - Authorities say Deputy Bart Watkins was responding to a call on northbound U.S. 27 when he was hit by a pickup truck at the intersection of highway 635.
Posted: 03/09/2007 - Click here to see how many bills are moving through Kentucky's General Assembly.
Updated: 03/09/2007 - A jury says a Letcher County man should spend nearly two decades behind bars.
Updated: 03/09/2007 - Governor Ernie Fletcher visited Beattyville today to present local officials with ceremonial checks totaling nearly $14 million for community projects.
Updated: 03/09/2007 - The search for a body in Southern Kentucky is over, at least for now.
Updated: 03/09/2007 - Not guilty pleas were entered Thursday, March 8, on behalf of three Whitley County men indicted on federal drug and money laundering charges.
Updated: 03/09/2007 - State police say 22 year old Anthony Deaton was speeding on the Hal Rogers Parkway with flashing lights and a siren. Police later determined Deaton was not affiliated with any emergency service and he wasn't the owner of the truck he was in.