Kentucky News

People Should Get Shingles Vaccine

Posted On October 31, 2014

(Owensboro, KY) -- More people across the state are suffering from shingles. Dr. Allen Griffin in Owensboro said you should be vaccinated to avoid the painful disease or reduce its severity and after-effects. Shingles is a reactivation of chicken pox usually exposed to children.

Pre-Kindergarten Kids Help Break World Record

Posted On October 31, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Preschoolers at Winburn's Child Development Center in Lexington are successful in helping set a new world record. The goal involved students from across the nation reading the same book at the same time. Participants shattered the old record of 250 students yesterday with more than four-thousand readers, including 80 in Lexington.

Mortgage-Free Home Available For Wounded Veteran

Posted On October 31, 2014

(Georgetown, KY) -- An organization that offers mortgage-free homes to wounded veterans has an available house in Scott County. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and is located in Georgetown. Applications can be submitted on the Military Warriors Support Foundation website.

Election Fraud Hotline Available On Election Day

Posted On October 31, 2014

(Frankfort, KY) -- An election fraud hotline will be available during next week's general election. Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway says anyone who witnesses election irregularities or possible election law violations should report them. The number to call is 800-328-8683.

Steve Nunn Wants Guilty Plea Withdrawn

Posted On October 31, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- The former Kentucky lawmaker who admitted killing his ex-fiancee is trying to get his guilty plea withdrawn. Steve Nunn testified in Fayette Circuit Court on Thursday that he pleaded guilty in 2011 to the shooting death of Amanda Ross because his attorney gave him bad advice. He's also appealing a civil judgment…