Posted: 5:35 PM Saturday morning the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine recognized 76 graduates. U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Regina M. Benjamin was the key note speaker and spoke to the graduates about the world's need for caring and compassionate physicians.
Posted: 5:59 PM They say she left behind a strong legacy, but now one Pike County community is mourning the loss of a popular music teacher. Leah Good died earlier this week. Students at Feds Creek Elementary are letting their voices shine as a way to remember their beloved educator.
Updated: 8:21 AM Pike County is in the national spotlight thanks to an article published in The New York Times. Officials say this article is another example of how interest in the Hatfield and McCoy feud continues to grow.
Posted: 7:41 PM Several Kentucky school districts experienced glitches in the software used for end-of-course examinations this week. The Kentucky Department of Education decided to suspend online testing Thursday.
Updated: 3:40 PM All across the country people gathered for the National Day of Prayer which organizers say this year was based off of the scripture reference Matthew 12:21, "In His name the nations will put their hope."