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Teen shot in argument reportedly over making noise at PA movie theater

WASHINGTON CO., PA (KDKA/CNN) - Police say an argument between a group of teenagers and an adult male at a Pennsylvania movie theater turned violent, ending with two people treated for injuries at the hospital.


Woman found dead in Kentucky closet, husband arrested in Arkansas

HENDERSON, Ky. (WKYT) - A Kentucky man is arrested in Arkansas in connection with his wife's death. Police in West Memphis, Arkansas said they found Mohamud Abdikadir, 21, man walking in traffic on Saturday. When they questioned Abdikadir, WFIE reports he told police his wife might be dead in their


Motorcycle crash claims life of Kentucky man

MADISON, Ind. (ADAMS) – A Carrollton, Kentucky man was killed Saturday night when the motorcycle he was riding left the northbound lane and struck a passenger car traveling in the southbound lane.


'Adulting' Class at Kentucky High School Teaches Life Skills — Like How to Pay Taxes, Change a Tire

High school students in Kentucky got the chance to learn more than just algebra and biology in class thanks to a special “Adulting” conference that taught them the special skills not always found in textbooks.


Kentucky couple wins contest, gets married at White Castle

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) - A Kentucky couple tied the knot at White Castle after winning a radio station contest. Gray affiliate WAVE reports Louisville couple Tori Williams and Jonathan Penick got married Sunday at a White Castle location on East Market Street.


A Northern Kentucky man parked to offer food to a panhandler. An officer ticketed him

FLORENCE, KY (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER) Our media partners at The Cincinnati Enquirer report, An elderly man’s sign caught Morris Soard’s eye. “Homeless and hungry,” it said.

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Kentucky library to host 'Drag Queen Storytime' in May

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) - A Kentucky library has announced it will host 'Drag Queen Storytime' in May. The Louisville Free Public Library says it will host the event May 18. The one-hour event will feature Vanessa T Demornay and will take place at the main library on York Street.


Juvenile arrested in Warren County stabbing

LEBANON, Ky. (WKYT/WBKO) – The Warren County Sheriff says a victim escaped with only minor injuries after being stabbed by a minor. .According to WBKO, deputies were called to Main Street around 4:00 a.m. Saturday, where they found the victim.


From Danville to Morgantown: Brown's coaching success rooted deeply in hometown

DANVILLE, Ky. - Neal Brown’s fate was determined about two decades ago. Just as the owner of a deli in Danville, Kentucky. Even before he got a call from Mark Whipple asking him to become a graduate assistant at UMass — a call he received in the state of West Virginia — Brown already knew he wanted


Boyle Co. Schools bridging the gap for students who struggle in reading and math with SHARED learning

Changing the outcome for students in Boyle County started with changing the habits of their teachers. Teachers such as Lisa Brown, a special education teacher at Junction City Elementary School, found themselves spending less time in their own classrooms and more time in collaboration with general e


HEART OF THE BLUEGRASS: Duncan was one of opera's brightest stars

SOMERSET — Somerset can lay claim — at least in part — to one of the great African-American artistic pioneers of the 20th century. Todd Duncan was one of the first black performers to sing with a major opera company, performing in “Pagliacci” with the New York City Opera in 1945, and debuted the ico


Pompeo tours Lebanese historical preserved with US funds

BYBLOS, Lebanon (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his wife Susan spent much of the second and last day of their visit to Lebanon touring historical churches and a centuries-old citadel in this coastal city.


Former attorney given 8 years in prison for embezzling $1.2M

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (KT) - A former attorney from Campbellsville has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison after pleading guilty to misappropriating over $1.2 million of clients’ money.


Missing in action Vietnam veteran honored

HARRODSBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) – A Kentucky Vietnam veteran that’s still missing in action was honored. Lieutenant Commander, John Bethel Tapp’s aircraft was shot down in March of 1966 in North Vietnam.


CU strands 21 in 2-1, 6-4 losses

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — Mia Aldridge hit a two-run, walk-off homer in the opener and 16th-ranked Campbellsville University scored five times in the first inning in the second contest, taking 2-1 and 6-4 victories over Cumberland in softball action Saturday.


From our files, March 23

The Standard Oil Company has leased the Weisiger lot on the corner of Walnut and Second streets in Danville and will soon erect a modern and up-to-date gasoline and oil service station, similar to those in larger cities. This great corporation builds these stations in only the most progressive citie


Tourism officials broach marketing alliance to claim Bourbon Trail

Connect the dots — bourbon style. That was the aim of an initiative broached Thursday night at the Frankfort-Franklin County Tourist and Convention Commission meeting called “Come Find Bourbon.” It would involve a partnership among Covington, Frankfort and Bardstown — hence the capitalized C, F and


Boyle County baseball eager to defend region title again

For the second straight year, Boyle County baseball will be defending a 12th Region title. It’s a bit different this time around: The Rebels graduated 10 seniors from last year’s team.


Southwestern drops pair of matches at Casey County

LIBERTY - The Southwestern High School tennis teams dropped a pair of matches on Thursday at Casey County High School. The Southwestern boys fell to Casey County 4-3, while the Lady Warriors fell to Casey County by a score of 3-2.


Excited for farmers market to open in Constitution Square

I volunteer with the Boyle County Farmers Market (BCFM) on the Kentucky Double Dollars (KYDD) program. I want to thank the Boyle County Magistrates for their unanimous vote to approve a license agreement to set up this season’s market in Constitution Square.