(Lexington, KY) -- People are allowed to have a nip on their way to vote on Election Day in Lexington. The state law changed in July to let local governments determine if alcohol sales would be permitted while polls are open. The ban was repealed in September by the Urban County Council.
(Hodgenville, KY) -- A driver is sitting in the Larue County Jail in Hodgenville. Lebanon Junction police arrested Jason Davis for driving with a dead woman passenger. Davis told officers they had been using meth before she became ill and died several hours before the traffic stop.
(Georgetown, KY) -- A large business in Georgetown is a pile of rubble. Firefighters responded to A and Z Towing yesterday to see smoke rising from miles away. No one was injured, but inspectors say the building is a total loss. An investigation will begin today.
(Lexington, KY) -- Voters are heading to the polls to cast their ballot. If you are not sure where to go, call the Kentucky Board of Elections at 502-573-7100 for the site nearest you. Polls are open from 6 a.m. till 6 p.m. Anyone still in line at 6 p.m. will be able to vote.
(Louisville, KY) -- A slaughterhouse is raising a stink over odor regulations. JBS Swift is wrestling with Louisville officials regarding complaints over stench from the facility that processes ten-thousand hogs a day. JBS Swift claims the rules enforced by inspectors with the Air Pollution Control District are decades old.