William Young, 80; service Saturday
William ?Bill? Cash Young, 80, of Morehead City, passed away Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014, at his home.
Jefferson County couple celebrates adoption of four children
After trying for years to have children of their own, a Jefferson County couple celebrates the adoption of their four children.
Right-To-Work Ordinance Passes In Home Of GM Plant
The Kentucky county where General Motors builds Corvettes has become the first in the state to approve a right-to-work ordinance.
Kynect increases customer service, health plan options
While Kentuckians have learned more about health insurance options since the federal Affordable Care Act took effect in January, Carrie Banahan, executive director of the Office of the Kentucky Health
1,500 receive degrees at UNL ceremonies
Gov.-elect Pete Ricketts spoke at University of Nebraska-Lincoln commencement for undergraduate students Saturday morning at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
DeRidder soldier dies from wounds sustained in Afghanistan
The Department of Defense announced Thursday the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
Monday Is An Important Health Insurance Deadline
Kentucky ranks towards the bottom in many health statistics. For example, Kentucky is 42nd in the country in obesity. One way the state hopes to improve Kentucky's overall health is to increase the number of people with health insurance. If you do not currently have health insurance, or you're looking for a new plan, then Monday, December, 15th is an important deadline. If you enroll in a ...
WKU Travels to Austin Peay to Face Lady Govs
After a 10-day layoff that allowed the Lady Toppers to recover from a 10-game in 23-day span to open the season, WKU returns to the court to face Austin Peay in Clarksville as WKU?s inaugural Conference USA slate nears. Tipoff is set for 6:00 p.m. CT on Tuesday evening at the Winfield Dunn Center.
Lawmakers move offices, taxpayers get bill
There are those who think the money could be better spent.
Louisville Program Improves Half-Century Staple for Teaching Medical Students
The University of Louisville's Longitudinal Standardized Patient Project takes the 50-year practice of using standardized patients in medical schools to a new level by giving students a single SP to see throughout their two-year Introduction to Clinical Medicine course.