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  • Kentucky is home to many interesting landmarks
    Kentucky activities and attractions
    The state of Kentucky, also called the Bluegrass state, is located in the middle eastern section of the United States and its capitol city is Frankfort. The state is renowned for traditional bluegrass music, outstanding picturesque lakes and the...
  • Kentucky infant found: New baby taken from gas station rescued, Amber alert now over
    Kentucky infant found: Baby snatched in car theft saved, back with emotional mom
    A Kentucky infant found following a car theft is now back with a very emotional and grateful mom. After a Florence, Kentucky, baby went missing earlier this week when a vehicle was snatched at a local gas station, an emergency Amber alert was...
  • Covington Protest
    Kentucky: Protesters appear at Covington Police Headquarters
    COVINGTON, Ky. - Dozens of protesters showed up at the Covington Police Headquarters on Saturday afternoon to demonstrate "die-ins" and to bring attention to the 'so-called' police brutality.With the recent grand jury decisions...
  • Success with Kentucky music
    A look back on the 2014 Kentucky country music scene
    In 2014, the Kentucky music scene has had quite a few success stories. As a whole, our music has been featured on David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel, The Tonight Show, the Grand Ole Opry, and many points in between. As a Kentuckian, music fans have to...
  • Rand Paul 1
    This obscure law may prevent a Rand Paul presidency
    Election Day 2014 brought a lot of good news for Republicans, but for one Republican, it wasn’t quite good enough. Rand Paul, the junior senator from Kentucky, had to be disappointed that the Republican sweep didn’t extend to Kentucky...
  • Lexington Rules -- Get Lucky in Kentucky!
    Lexington Rules -- Get Lucky in Kentucky!
    It's the first thing you'll notice. The grass really is greener here. Charles Kuralt once said that “the descent into the Lexington airport is the most beautiful in America.” With beautiful blue grass, rolling hills and grazing...
  • Appeals court upholds gay marriage bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tenn.
    Gay marriage: Federal appeals court upholds gay marriage bans in four states
    The fight for marriage equality took a major hit in four states and throughout the nation on Thursday as a federal appeals court upheld gay marriage bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee. The ruling not only reversed the trend in federal...
  • Ebola quarantizzle
    Ky. teacher avoids quarantine amid parents' 'unfounded fears' of Ebola
    As fears of the spread of Ebola drag on, the world is forced to confront the more practical aspects of handling an epidemic on a long term scale. The rest of the world may be earnest in it's desire to help the afflicted in West Africa, but...
  • Nine day old baby: Kentucky police say teen mom abducted her own baby
    Nine day old baby: Kentucky police say teen mom abducted her own baby
    Anine day old babyhas been found and Kentucky State Police say the infant's 16-year-old mother took the girl from her foster parents late Friday night. According to a report from WLWT-5 on Nov. 1, authorities have canceled the AMBER Alert for...
  • Grimes and McConnell debating
    McConnell outsources to get more enthusiasm
    Senator Mitch McConnell is throwing around a lot of “free speech” these days. Free speech is equal to unlimited campaign contributions that equate corporations with people. When you are flush with capital, spend it.Allegedly, McConnell...
  • McConnell and Grimes
    McConnell: Closing with attention to women as an afterthought
    How does a Senator with a record like this close the sale with Kentucky women?opposed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Payvoted repeatedly to kill the Violence Against Women Actrejected the Paycheck Fairness Actvoted to restrict contraception accessIt is...
  • Playing possum club
    Mitch McConnell: ‘30 years of someone just playing possum’
    "Playingpossum", is how Alison Grimes characterizes the tenure of Senator Mitch McConnell. If you examine Kentucky’s economic history during the Senator’s tenure you will see that there are opportunities for inventive...
  • Best case: Alison Grimes defeats McConnell without Democrat Party
    Best case: Alison Grimes defeats McConnell without Democrat Party
    Peter Grier, of the Christian Science Monitor gives a little hope to the Alison Grimes campaign that she still has a chance. The fickle Democrat Party gave her less of a chance and pulled back campaign advertising support. One reason is that she...
  • Shopping round Bardstown
    Shopping round Bardstown
    Bring your holiday gift list to central Kentucky for one-of-a-kind Christmas shopping, Bardstown-style. Located about 40 minutes’ drive east of Louisville, Bardstown has 29 locally owned, one-of-a-kind shops – the majority of them...
  • Six Weeks of Christmas comes to Bardstown, Ky.
    Six Weeks of Christmas comes to Bardstown, Ky.
    The Christmas season arrives in Bardstown in central Kentucky on Nov. 7 with a three-day Holiday Preview of the more than two dozen locally-owned shops surrounding Court Square. Pop in At Mary’s Arts & Antiques for fine art garden...