Kentucky News

Women’s Equality Day At Fort Campbell

Posted On August 25, 2014

(Fort Campbell, KY) -- Colonel Kimberly Daub is highlighting "Women's Equality Day" at Fort Campbell. The commander of the 101st Sustainment Brigade, and first woman to lead a brigade at the fort, will be guest speaker at the Sportsman's Lodge celebration tomorrow at 11 a.m. Her topic is the history of women's equality in the…

Ice Bucket Challenge Gets Political

Posted On August 25, 2014

(Frankfort, KY) -- Kentucky's attorney general is drying off after participating in the ice bucket challenge. Jack Conway was challenged by State Auditor Adam Edelen, and got some assistance from his wife and two daughters. He then passed the icy summons to fellow gubernatorial hopefuls James Comer and Hal Heiner plus State Senate President Robert…

Car Slams Into Lexington Townhome

Posted On August 25, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Several University of Kentucky students are homeless in Lexington. A car slammed into the living room of their townhome on Friday. The freak accident forces them to find a new place to live. Police say alcohol and drugs were not involved in the accident. The building is condemned by firefighters.

Mailman Accused Of Stealing Drugs

Posted On August 25, 2014

(La Grange, KY) -- A U.S. Postal Service mail carrier is charged with theft in La Grange. Timmy Lee Crain did not return an undeliverable package mailed from the VA Medical Center. Officials say Crain admitted opening the package and taking the prescription bottle inside.

Ambulance Hits Three Kids

Posted On August 25, 2014

(Knox County, KY) -- Kentucky State Police are investigating an accident in Knox County. An ambulance hit three kids, killing one of them. It happened Saturday when the three were riding bicycles in the median along U.S. 25 in the Gray Community. Fourteen-year-old Sampson Callender was pronounced dead by the coroner. The other two are…