Updated: 9:52 AM Low humidity and windy conditions are creating critical fire danger in parts of Kentucky.
Posted: 11:10 PM The Pulaski County Sheriff says a school bus crashed on Hickory Nut Ridge Road near Nancy.
Posted: 10:01 PM The manhunt for a Kentucky prison escapee comes to a close.
Updated: 11:28 AM Police have captured a prison escapee who took off while being treated at a hospital in LaGrange.
Updated: 6:17 PM That data was released Tuesday by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson foundation in the third annual county health rankings.
Posted: 7:51 AM Center for Rural Development President and CEO Lonnie Lawson presented the grants.
Updated: 9:39 PM A woman has been arrested after, police say, she made a bomb threat against a college.
Posted: 9:03 AM Pulaski County Judge-Executive Barty Bullock the Commonwealth Journal (http://bit.ly/FQqSGE ) that the new system is more efficient and more accurate than the old system.
Posted: 8:44 AM The Center for Rural Development announces four new business and software skills classes have been added to the latest schedule of Your Center of Learning training opportunities.
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
Updated: 9:52 AM Elizabethtown, Ky.—Bluegrass Cellular, Inc. has extended the deadline for applications for its college scholarship program to April 20, 2012.
Updated: 10:08 AM Online LIVE classes – live, expert instruction on the Web in the nation’s leading technical training courses – are now available through The Center for Rural Development’s Your Center of Learning business and workplace training program. Learn more about advanced technical training at a FREE informational session from 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 3, at The Center for Rural Development, 2292 South U.S. 27 (at traffic light 15) in Somerset, KY. Community representatives, business leaders, and employers in your area are invited to attend this informational session presented by The Center and New Horizons Computer Learning Center, our e-learning and training partners. Please consider publishing the attached news release, posting the information on your Website, or wherever you feel is appropriate. Online Live is an integrated learning experience, using the Internet to provide live, interactive lessons between an instructor and students.
Updated: 6:01 PM Supporters say Somerset needs alcohol sales to boost its economy, but some say it brings too many problems with it.
Posted: 4:59 PM A Mount Vernon woman is behind bars after being arrested in Pulaski County.
Updated: 7:09 PM Pulaski County school officials say they're not sure what caused the teenager to collapse, but his mother says those who rushed to help him may have saved his life.
Posted: 9:12 PM A man has been charged with robbery after a violent shoplifting incident.
Updated: 4:33 PM Sheriff's deputies report finding a woman's body in a barn in Pulaski County.
Posted: 9:20 PM A Somerset woman who took shelter from Friday's storms in a closet, died after becoming trapped when the door knob fell off!
Updated: 5:27 PM The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down in Pulaski County, destroying a barn and damaging homes.
Posted: 10:52 PM Folks at some marinas such as Lee's Ford in Pulaski County say the warmer weather this winter has resulted in more fisherman patronizing their establishments.
Posted: 12:31 PM 27 Newsfirst has learned that United States Postal Service will shut down it's Lexington processing facility.
Posted: 10:02 PM Police say 40-year old Melissa Lykins went to a hospital and claimed she was injured after a robbery and sexual assault outside a Kroger.
Updated: 7:08 PM WKYT is told Marty McKinney, 37, fired at a group of people as they tried to kick in the door of his home on Charles Burton Road.