(Mount Eden, KY) -- A Central Kentucky firehouse is destroyed by a massive blaze. WLKY-TV reports flames broke out early this morning at the Mount Eden Volunteer Fire Department along the Spencer-Shelby County line. Several neighboring departments responded to help fight the fire. Besides the loss of the building, one tanker truck and one fire…
(Barbourville, KY) -- A 22-month-old girl is being treated for critical injuries at Kentucky Children's Hospital. She was hit by a Ford Mustang yesterday on Maggie Cane Road in Barbourville. The child fell underneath the car and was hit by a back wheel.
(Kings Mountain, KY) -- The U.S. Postal Service is hoping to reduce costs by reducing the hours at Kings Mountain post office. Manager Tom Adkins said the facility will be open from 8 to 10 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. each day. The change becomes effective on September 30th.
(Owensboro, KY) -- A grant is being awarded to the Owensboro Cancer Research Program. Scientists will use tobacco plants to develop a gel to prevent the transmission of HIV. The announcement was made yesterday at the Mitchell Memorial Cancer Center. Researchers hope to provide a low-cost method to block the disease.
(Bowling Green, KY) -- The Barren River District Health Department is offering free colon cancer screenings to uninsured people in Bowling Green. The five-year survival rate is more than 90 percent, when detected early. Patients will receive a take-home test to be mailed in. For more information, call 270-842-0950.