Kentucky News

Kentucky Patients Don’t Have Ebola

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Two Kentuckians showing Ebola-like symptoms don't have the deadly virus. WLEX-TV reports the two were quarantined at the University of Kentucky hospital but have since been released. Health officials say they're taking every precaution when it comes to suspected cases of Ebola.

Poll Giving Senate Edge To Grimes

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Louisville, KY) -- A new poll shows Senator Mitch McConnell may be trailing his Democratic opponent. The latest Bluegrass Poll shows Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes ahead of McConnell by just two points. The survey of likely voters gives Grimes a big edge in Louisville, with growing support in McConnell's typical strongholds ahead…

Grimes Regains Lead Over McConnell

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Alison Grimes is leading the battle with Mitch McConnell in the Senate race. A Bluegrass Poll shows Grimes ahead of McConnell 46 to 44-percent. A political expert said it's been a close race from the start and will continue until November.

Heirs Of Aunt Jemima Models Sue Quaker Oats

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Heirs of a Kentucky woman are suing Quaker Oats. They claim a Kentucky slave named Nancy Green was the first model for Aunt Jemima. Her heirs say the models never received a percentage of the syrup sales as promised. They are joining others in a two-billion-dollar lawsuit. Quaker Oats officials say the…

Show Ponies Perish In Barn Fire

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Shelby County, KY) -- Firefighters responded to a barn where ten show ponies were killed by fire. Shelby County inspectors say the building on Ash Avenue is a pile of rubble and the cause could have been lightning. A large amount of expensive tools and antique farm equipment was also destroyed.