Looking for someplace to eat on Thanksgiving in Kentucky or Tennessee? Check out this list.
Summer storms battered the Mid-South yesterday, damaging and destroying homes in Kentucky and Tennessee.
When Louisville’s Bingham family owned The Courier-Journal, they might continue paying an employee after they died. Gannett? Not so much.
How big is Kentucky’s 2014 U.S. Senate race expected to be? Big enough for McClatchy’s Lexington Herald-Leader to hire another reporter, that’s how big.
Some have quipped Helen Thomas is probably now landing an exclusive interview with God. I pray my former UPI colleague doesn’t run into any access problems.
A rare opportunity — not because it’s a newspaper hiring instead of firing, but because the Messenger-Inquirer staff has little turnover.
It’s been said that good news travels fast, but bad news travels faster. As I’m reminded today, that’s not always the case.
Rand Paul loves liberty, Verizon loves its customers and the National Security Agency thinks my sister’s a terrorist. Or something like that.
Russell County Deputy Sheriff Nick Bertram has essentially been cleared of all charges levied against him last month by state police.
Russell County authorities have dropped all charges against Nick Bertram, a deputy sheriff arrested last month for alleged misconduct, but state police may still seek a grand jury indictment.