Friday evening, Sam Gormley headed to Scottsville to bring you coverage of the nail biting Cougar football game, as the Cougars fell to Allen County-Scottsville by three points in a last second field goal. The Cougars stand
Legislation to ensure pregnant workers are given fair treatment on the job was filed for the upcoming General Assembly. Bill sponsor Sen. Alice Forgy Kerr, R-Lexington, was joined by a bipartisan group of women and several organizations
Explore the past as the last official Kentucky Lincoln site continues restoration. If you come: You will walk through what appears to be a time lapse. A 14- room mansion being beautifully restored. Judge Advocate General Joseph
A new report says the state employee who received a $215,000 raise in August has known Gov. Matt Bevin for a long time. State Chief Information Officer Charles Grindle began working for the state on October 9, 2017.
Clarkson Commissioners honor Jana Dickerson for record-setting Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals performance
At Monday night’s meeting, the Clarkson City Commission set the city’s 2018-2019 tax rate, which have remain unchanged for at least the last three years. The city real property rate is 8.7 percent while the personal property