Updated: 8:25 AM Fire officials in Pike County are determined to equip as many homes as possible with smoke detectors. Randy Courtney with the Pike County Firefighters Associations says, " The original 250 from the Fire Marshal's office have already been distributed out."
Posted: 6:56 PM A new festival that ties in with an old feud is being planned in Pikeville for later this year. It comes after a popular TV mini series brought folks to Eastern Kentucky from around the world.
Updated: 5:02 PM Road crews in the Big Sandy Region continue to battle the elements to make sure the roads stay safe. Officials say they have been out since Thursday night salting and scraping the roads.
Updated: 5:45 PM Problems plaguing the coal industry are weighing heavily on the minds of many Eastern Kentuckians, but officials in Pike and Floyd Counties say other natural fuels, like natural gas, are helping boost economies.
Updated: 1:29 PM The P.R.I.D.E. Club at Pikeville High School which stands for 'Personal Responsibility in a Desirable Environment' has been working hard to positively impact their school and community. Club sponsor and Science teacher Kelly Scott says, “We want to promote a sustainable lifestyle and teach people to take care of themselves.”