(Undated) -- Lines will be long today at Kentucky post offices with just ten days until Christmas. U.S. Postal Service officials say this will be their busiest day of the year, with more than 600-million cards, letters and packages coming in nationwide. Post offices in Louisville and southern Indiana were open for a few hours…
(Cleveland, OH) -- The Battle of Ohio is a draw after a dominating performance by the Cincinnati Bengals. Jeremy Hill ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns as the Bengals gashed the Cleveland Browns yesterday, 30-to-nothing. Cincinnati improves to nine-four-and-one on the season and maintains their lead in the AFC North Division.
(Undated) -- Kentucky drivers are enjoying some of the lowest gas prices in years. LouisvilleGasPrices.com reports the average price of self-serve regular is down 25-cents this week to two-dollars-32-cents a gallon. Prices are as low as two-dollars-eleven-cents a gallon in Fern Creek and Elizabethtown, with sub-three-dollar gas everywhere else.
(Cincinnati, OH) -- Ohio is ranked among the worst states for drunk-driving deaths. CarInsuranceComparison.com's annual "Worst Drivers" survey ranks Ohio 20th in the number of deadly crashes involving alcohol. The Buckeye State is 35th overall in deadly wrecks, based on federal government information. Montana took the top spot for the worst drivers.
(Cincinnati, OH) -- The operator of the Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati is reportedly drowning in red ink. "The Cincinnati Enquirer" reports Caesars Entertainment is 25-billion-dollars in debt and facing bankruptcy. Gambling industry experts say, however, Caesars' 20-percent stake in the Horseshoe casinos in Cincinnati and Cleveland is safe.