Kentucky News

World War 2 Vet Awarded Medals

Posted On March 31, 2015

(Nicholasville, KY) -- A Bourbon County man was finally awarded some long overdue medals for his service in World War two. WTVQ reports 95-year-old Hubert Jasper has been rewarded a number of medals including a Bronze Star, French Legion of Honor Medal and Silver Service Star. Jasper fought in the Battle of the Bulge and…

Grant Money Will Help Transform Historic Bus Station

Posted On March 31, 2015

(Lexington, KY) -- A grant is being rewarded to help transform the old Greyhound bus building in Lexington. The North Limestone Community Development Corporation says 550-thousand-dollars will go towards beginning the process of turning the historic building into the North Side Common Market. That's where local food and other wares will be sold. Organizers say…

Pitino says Harrell, Rozier to enter NBA Draft

Posted On March 30, 2015

Louisville, KY (SportsNetwork.com) - Louisville coach Rick Pitino said Monday that Montrezl Harrell and Terry Rozier, the team's top two scorers this past season, will both leave school early to enter the NBA Draft. "They're both leaving, yes -- 100 percent. And it's the right thing to do for both of them," Pitino told reporters…

Cardinals Fall To Spartans

Posted On March 30, 2015

(Syracuse, NY) -- The incredible NCAA tournament run for the University of Louisville's men's basketball team is over. The Cardinals let a halftime lead slip away in a 76-to-70 overtime loss to Michigan State. Wayne Blackshear led Louisville with 28 points in his final game. The loss kept the Cardinals from advancing to their third…

Kentucky Heads For Final Four

Posted On March 30, 2015

(Undated) -- The teams are set for the Final Four in Indianapolis. Kentucky, Wisconsin, Duke and Michigan State will tip it off this weekend in hopes of claiming college basketball's top prize. The Spartans will face the Blue Devils in Saturday night's first game.