Changes Coming to Personalized License Plates

Changes Coming to Personalized License Plates Kentucky officials say a change is coming for people looking to renew personalized license plates.The Transportation Cabinet says personalized plates will transition to a birth month expiration next year to comply with action by state lawmakers. Officials say the change brings personalized plates in line with standard-issue plates.Currently,…

Finding Some Funny Money

Finding Some Funny Money Kentucky State Police say they are investigating counterfeit money in the Floyd, Johnson, Martin, Magoffin and Pike counties area.Troopers said they are looking into a forged $100 bill and are concerned there may be more bills circulating in the area.They said the bill resembles a $100 bill but does not…

Staying Safe In The Winter

Staying Safe In The Winter When it comes to winter weather you will find plenty of ways to stay safe this winter.Tim Irving is the Disaster Program Specialist for Red Cross in Eastern Kentucky and he says, “The number one priority is your personal safety,”Irving also has a few tips on how to stay…

Cramming The Cruiser A Success

Cramming The Cruiser A Success Troopers with Post 13 recently set up their “Cram the Cruiser” fundraiser at Food City in Hazard.The special part is all the food donated went to Cordia School’s food pantry.Trooper Jody Sims collected numerous bags of food, worth $10 apiece, and several monetary donations.All the bags were filled with…

Live Nativity Scene In Eastern KY

Live Nativity Scene In Eastern KY After a ten-year hiatus Faith Assembly of God in London is bringing back their intricate live nativity scene for three days this Christmas.The church is bringing back the scene to help people remember the reason for the Christmas season.”It’s just a vision that we have of reaching the…

UK Most Bicycle Friendly

UK Most Bicycle Friendly A cycling magazine has named the University of Kentucky as the most bicycle-friendly college in the country.Bicycle Magazine picked the state’s flagship school from 45 universities, ranging from small, liberal-arts colleges to large, public universities.Amelia Neptune, program director at the League of American Bicyclists, says UK’s creative incentives offered to…

KY Department Of Education Focusing On Reading And Math Skills

KY Department Of Education Focusing On Reading And Math Skills The Kentucky Department of Education is working on its legislative agenda for 2019. Among proposed charter school funding mechanisms and school-based decision-making council changes, KDE is proposing support for legislation that will require “the diagnosis and intervention for reading and mathematics deficiencies for students…

KY Governor Kicks Off New I-65 Interchange

KY Governor Kicks Off New I-65 Interchange Kentucky’s governor has kicked off construction of a new interchange along I-65. The interchange will be south of Shepherdsville near mile marker 114 between exits 112 and 116. The project also includes a 1.4 mile connector route between Ohm Drive and Alpha Way in the Cedar Grove…

Hepatitis A Vaccines Increase

Hepatitis A Vaccines Increase As more cases of Hepatitis A continue to be confirmed across Kentucky, doctor’s offices, clinics and pharmacies are noticing a surge in patients trying to get vaccinated.New cases were reported last week at a Hardee’s and Waffle house in Lexington, along with a Waffle house and an Applebees in Winchester.This…

Lowering The Speed Limit In Lexington

Lowering The Speed Limit In Lexington City of Lexington leaders have voted to lower the speed limit on nearly a dozen downtown streets within the next month.Speed limits on 11 streets, including parts of Tates Creek Road, Limestone, Euclid Avenue and High Street, will drop from 35 miles per hour to 25 miles per…