Every superhero needs an alter ego. Clark Kent is Superman. Peter Parker is Spider-Man.
GLASGOW — The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center and Barren County Historical Society hosted “The African American Influence at Mammoth Cave” on Saturday in celebration of Black History Month and 400 years of African-American history.
Somerset attorney A.C. Donahue's appointment to the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees could be in jeopardy, according to State Senate President Robert Stivers.
One of Pulaski County’s most scenic properties, a 202-acre expanse of rolling hills overlooking Lake Cumberland, will be the home for Horse Soldier Bourbon’s Somerset distillery.
Mike Cole, a construction worker from Estill County, suffered a heart attack in 2019. He is now using his experience to help educate others.
CAVE CITY — The Barren County Republican Party's annual Lincoln Dinner on Saturday night at the Cave City Convention Center was U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell's first public appearance since President Donald J. Trump's impeachment trial.
Pulaski seniors who need help with daily living will soon have a new option when it comes to choosing where to call home.
The defendants in a federal suit accusing staff of the Pulaski County Detention Center of causing or failing to prevent injury to an inmate in their custody have filed a motion for summary judgement, seeking to have a judge dismiss the case against them.
Ken Simmons, recently hired CEO of South Kentucky RECC, was officially introduced to the community Tuesday during the February membership meeting of Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce.
Researchers at the University of Kentucky are looking for ways to help lower the mortality rate amongst cattle for health related deaths, and they believe the answer could be with use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), otherwise known as drones.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of the Association of American Railroads (AAR) and against local law enforcement, stating that federal law overrules state law when it comes to railroad commerce. As such, the state laws used to fine rail companies that block roadways for more than five minutes are unenforceable.
MOREHEAD AppHarvest announced today it has closed an $11 million corporate funding round, as it expands operations to support indoor farms across Central Appalachia. The company’s first project — a 2.76-million-square-foot facility in Morehead — is under construction and will begin operations later this year.
During the day, James Noble works for the Blue Grass Army Depot within the morale, welfare, and recreation program. But at night, he works a very different job, he is the host for Big Time Trivia.
GLASGOW — The Kentucky State Senate approved a piece of legislation earlier this week that will require school resource officers to carry firearms when on duty in schools if it is signed into law.
Situated along one of the street corners in Berea's artisan village district is Weaver's Bottom Craft Studio. The store, which is owned and operated by Mary Colmer, sells a variety of self-made artisan pieces ranging from weaved cloth to corn husk dolls.
In responding to a reported burglary in progress, deputies with the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office arrested two men wanted on outstanding warrants unrelated to the crime under investigation.
CAVE CITY — The hemp industry in Barren County has exploded in the past two years as CBD oil and its benefits have become popular, but local hemp farmer, Chad Wilson, says things are not as they seem.
Congressman Andy Barr visited Eastern Kentucky University Wednesday to speak about the success of his amendment, House Resolution 2196, to the Edith Nourse Rogers STEM Scholarship program in the Forever GI Bill.
Almost a year after beginning destruction of mustard munitions at the Blue Grass Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant, full-scale operations to destroy the first 8-inch projectiles containing GB nerve agent began at the main plant last week.
TOMPKINSVILLE — The case of a Tompkinsville woman arrested in the stabbing death of a Monroe County man has been bound over to a grand jury.
GLASGOW – Barren County Fiscal Court, via a unanimously approved resolution, declared Tuesday that its members are “vigorously opposed to the passage of any law (or proposal of any law) that would infringe our citizens’ right to keep and bear arms.”
A weekend riot at a Kentucky county detention center is the latest in a string of incidents including inmate overdoses and escapes.
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- UPDATED: Courtney Taylor takes Alford plea to three counts of murder
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- Williamsburg man has been missing for nearly a month
- Man indicted on wanton endangerment, dog torturing charges
- Barbourville Water Park's future remains uncertain
- KSP asking for assistance locating missing teen
- London man sentenced on endangerment, theft charges
- Courtney Taylor enters Alford plea in murder of husband, children