COVID-19 Complacency

COVID-19 Complacency Warning of a growing complacency in fighting the coronavirus, Kentucky’s governor says the state is experiencing a surge in cases that needs to be met with a commitment to public mask wearing.The Bluegrass State had nearly 5,000 coronavirus cases last week – the most in a single week since the pandemic began,…

Wildfire Season In Kentucky

Wildfire Season In Kentucky Kentucky’s fall wildfire hazard season begins Thursday, and officials have announced outdoor burning restrictions.Gov. Andy Beshear said predictions are for a worse than average fire season.Restrictions in effect each year from Oct. 1 to Dec. 15 and Feb. 15 to April 30 prohibit burning between the hours of 6 a.m.…

Murfreesboro Mural

Murfreesboro Mural The long-awaited finishing touches on a mural depicting life just north of the Kentucky-Tennessee border were made on Monday morning.The spray-painted mural depicts various aspects of life in Middlesboro including images of the various education systems, a depiction of Daniel Boone and a scathing view of the mountains surrounding the area. …

Releasing The Recordings

Releasing The Recordings The office of Ky. AG Daniel Cameron has announced that the recording from the grand jury proceedings in the Breonna Taylor case will be released Wednesday.This comes after a grand juror has filed a motion in the Jefferson Circuit Court to release grand jury transcripts and recordings of relating to the…

The Hatfields And McCoys

The Hatfields And McCoys Each year, Hatfields and McCoys from across the country gather to Pikeville, Kentucky for a big get together with visitors to honor the heritage of the storied feud. This event, known as Hatfield McCoy Heritage Days homecoming, would usually feature a farmer’s market pig roast, live music, theatre productions of…

Pikeville Psychologist Stays Behind Bars

Pikeville Psychologist Stays Behind Bars The Pikeville psychologist serving a 25-year sentence after being ensnared in the Eric C. Conn disability fraud case has lost a bid for early release. Alfred Bradley Adkins, 49, was convicted of mail fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy and making false statements back in 2017, for his role in Conn’s…