Kentucky News

Free Breakfast For Students At McDonald’s

Posted On September 02, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Students in Central and Southeastern Kentucky are getting a special treat from McDonald's. A free breakfast will be available from a new menu. Students must be with an adult and eat the meal at the restaurant. The promotion begins tomorrow.

No New Trial For Death Row Inmate

Posted On September 02, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Mitchell Willoughby is not going to get a new trial in Kentucky. U.S. District Judge David Bunning said he found no errors in the death row inmate's original trial to overturn the conviction. Willoughby was sentenced for his role in killing three people in Lexington in 1983.

Owensboro City Commission To Vote On Smoking Ordinance

Posted On September 02, 2014

(Owensboro, KY) -- The Owensboro City Commission is expected to vote today on a smoking ordinance that would make it illegal to light up in city parks, outdoor dining areas or properties owned by the city. The measure excludes existing stand-alone bars. If approved, the ordinance would go into effect October 1st.

Poll: Voters Against Changing Law For Paul Presidential Bid

Posted On September 02, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- As Rand Paul considers a possible run for the White House in 2016, two-thirds of Kentucky voters say they are against changing a state law that would allow him to run for president and his Senate seat simultaneously. According to the latest Bluegrass Poll, 22-percent think Paul should run for president, 24-percent…

Man Charged For Hiding Fugitive In Bunker

Posted On September 02, 2014

(Winchester, KY) -- A Winchester man accused of hiding a federal fugitive in a bunker underneath his mobile home is facing charges. William Ferrell was indicted last week for allegedly concealing Aprille Hutsinpiller, who was wanted in Indiana on a charge of fleeing to avoid prosecution in a child-custody case. If convicted, he could face…