Posted: 9:37 AM Dr. Anthony H. Futerman — a world-renowned author, research scientist and professor of biochemistry at an institute of higher education in Israel — will speak on “The Origins of the Universe and Life” at Asbury University on May 21. The 7 p.m. presentation at the state-of-the-art Miller Center for Communication Arts is free and open to the public.
Updated: 10:55 PM It's that time of year, where high school students are looking for a party following prom or graduation, and leaders in Jessamine County are reminding parents of the risk to them if they provide alcohol to anyone underage.
Updated: 9:02 AM The City of Gatlinburg hosts a family-friendly event featuring a rock wall and trip giveaway, educates youth on black bears and provides Gatlinburg building black bears to Kosair Children's Hospital.
Updated: 9:52 AM Today, Agriculture Commissioner James Comer issued a warning that weather conditions are ripe for an outbreak of West Nile Virus and cited State Veterinarian Dr. Robert Stout’s advice that Kentucky equine owners should consult their veterinarians about vaccinating their horses against the disease.
Updated: 8:28 AM April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Kentucky leads the way...in blanketing our Commonwealth in blue and silver pinwheels. The blue and silver pinwheel is a symbol of childhood and forms the cornerstone of the national Pinwheels for Prevention child abuse awareness campaign being conducted throughout the nation. Kentucky’s campaign, the second largest in the nation, is being coordinated through Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky
Posted: 8:49 AM The Home Instead Senior Care® office serving seniors in Clark, Madison, Jessamine and Garrard Counties has announced the Salute to Senior Service program to honor senior volunteers for the tireless contributions they make to their local communities.
Updated: 10:46 PM Police say they were conditions unsuitable for anyone, much less a 14-month-old child. Social service is now investigating after Nicholasville Police say they found a toddler living in filthy conditions and surrounded by drugs.
Updated: 6:41 PM A Jessamine County high school is under lock-down, after an inmate escaped from the jail Thursday afternoon. Authorities are conducting a fairly large search, on foot and by air, for the man.