Kentucky News

Kentucky Sued By Anheuser-Busch

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Frankfort, KY) -- Anheuser-Busch is applying for a distributor's license in Owensboro. The brewery giant has also filed a lawsuit against the Kentucky Alcoholic Beverage Control administration in Franklin County Court. A news reports the deadline has passed for beverage control officials to approve or deny applications.

Kentucky Among Worst In Education Cuts

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Frankfort, KY) -- Kentucky is the eleventh worst state in America when it comes to slashing school funding. The Bluegrass State is in the middle of 30 others that reduced per student funds anywhere from eleven-hundred dollars to seven dollars. State school financing is being researched by Picus Odden and Associates, and the results will…

Halloween Costumes For Needy Kids

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Halloween is going to be an exciting night for trick or treaters, but less fortunate kids won't be able to have a costume to participate. Until now. Chaneil Haddix is collecting costumes for needy children in Lexington. She has more than a hundred and will continue collecting until October 24th. They will…

Suspected Drug Ring Roundup

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Stanton, KY) -- A raid by the Powell County Sheriff's Department is celebrating the arrest of 40 suspected drug dealers. The roundup brought an end to street sales of meth and heroin. A Powell County School Board member and his grandson are among those in custody. The Powell County Jail is so full, the people…

I-75 In Madison County Reopens After Chemical Spill

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Madison County, KY) -- A portion of I-75 in northern Madison County shut down because of a chemical spill is open again. Emergency management officials say both directions were closed from northbound exit 90 to 97 for several hours on Tuesday because ferric chloride solution was leaking from a valve on a semi. A shelter…