Friday Jul 18
Woman wins new trial in boyfriend's 1998 slaying
The Kentucky Court of Appeals concluded that 54-year-old Susan Jean King presented valid, newly discovered evidence in the death of 40-year-old Kyle "Deanie" Breeden in Spencer County in October 1998.
Datebook: July 16, 2014
This week Alzheimer's caregivers support group Alzheimer's caregivers support group meets at 10:30 a.m. today at First Christian Church, 1000 Eminence Pike in Shelbyville.
Rand Paul's twisted race lies: His new views on civil rights are as phony as the old ones
Prospective GOP front-runner claims views on civil rights have evolved. Not if you dig into what he actually says If you Google "Rand Paul Civil Rights Act," the first prompt that comes up is "unconstitutional," so it was definitely heartening to see his apparent about-face on the act's 50th anniversary, when he attended a local commemoration at ... (more)
Mike Watson: Early Automobiles in Adair County, Part 3
Mike Watson: Early Automobiles in Adair County, Part 3 By Mike Watson GARAGE BEING ERECTED -The George R. Page heirs are building an automobile garage for use of the Columbia Motor Car Co.
The Raw Story
'Unimaginable': Rachel Maddow catches Rand Paul flip-flopping on the Civil Rights Act
Four years after awkwardly skirting questions about the Civil Rights Act, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said on Wednesday, Sen. Rand Paul was suddenly happy to honor its 50th anniversary.
National Public Radio
No Ants Were Harmed At These Picnics Of The Past
When summertime rolls around, we're all for eating outdoors, but the American heyday of the picnic may very well have been the 1950s.
What impact could a Kentucky Supreme Court decision have on your checking account?
A decision handed down by the Kentucky Supreme Court on June 19 might be the most significant case in two decades related to an individual's checking account, according to John T. McGarvey , attorney and chairman of the executive committee at Morgan Pottinger PSC.