Tuesday Feb 25
Changes to voting bill would leave more than half of Kentucky felons without the right to vote
More than half of the 180,000 Kentuckians barred from voting because of a felony conviction would remain permanently disenfranchised under changes the Kentucky Senate made last week to a voting rights bill, according to an analysis released Tuesday by the League of Women Voters of Kentucky.
Trial underway for Kentucky man in child molestation case
On the opening day of a trial for a Kentucky man accused of sexually molesting two young Indiana girls, Harrison County's chief deputy prosecutor warned jurors that the coming testimony and exhibits would disgust and horrify them.
10 digit dialing to begin in Hardin, Meade Counties
Beginning February 1, 10 digit dialing will be required for all phone calls made in the 270 area code region.
POLICE: Louisville man arrested after breaking into Waverly Hills
A helium balloon launched as a tribute to an officer who was murdered in the line of duty landed over 670 miles away.
Ground broken on Meade County port project
Gov. Steve Beshear helped break ground in Brandenburg Thursday for construction of a regional port facility planned by the Meade County Riverport Authority.