• Don’t let your vehicle send signals to thieves


    The Courier-Journal

    The telltale plume of white exhaust on a cold winter’s morning pumping from a car left to warm can be a calling card — an easy target for auto thieves.

    Police refer to the cold weather crime as “puffing,” where criminals patrol neighborhoods looking for unattended cars’ exhaust, said Sgt. Todd Brimm of the Louisville Metro Police Seventh Division.

  • Morrises are the new owners at Sugar Bay

    lf course has new owners. Former school board member David Morris and his sons, Chad and Ryan Morris, purchased Sugar Bay Golf Course on Dry Creek Road in December for $750,000.

    “We’re excited about this opportunity,” said Ryan Morris who will be in charge of the day-to-day operation of the course. “The first thing we want to create is a friendlier atmosphere that will make the time our customers spend with us more fun and rewarding.”

  • General Assembly wraps up busy first week of 2015

    FRANKFORT – Though regular sessions of the Kentucky General Assembly are yearly events, in many ways each one signals a fresh start.

     That was clear this week as the 2015 legislative session convened with numerous new faces in both the House and Senate. The larger-than-usual freshmen class includes six new senators (two of whom previously served in the House) and 11 new House members (one of whom previously served in that chamber.)

  • Conway: Governor race winnable for Louisvillian

    By Joseph Gert

    The Courier-Journal

    Attorney General Jack Conway insisted Jan. 12, that he can break with tradition in Kentucky and win the governorship despite the fact that he is from Louisville, a city that has never sent one of its natives to the Governor’s Mansion.

  • Shop with a Trooper’ helps 38 local children

    State Troopers recently spent the day with children from the counties of Henry, Trimble, Carroll, and Owen during Post 5’s annual ‘Shop with a Trooper’ program over the weekend.  KSP’s ‘Shop with a Trooper’ program is an initiative providing Troopers an opportunity to impact the lives of children in need during holiday season, while providing children a chance to have positive interaction with State Troopers.

  • State encouraging residents to get flu shots

    Kentucky Press News Service

    FRANKFORT – State public health officials are encouraging Kentuckians to get a flu vaccination during National Influenza Vaccination Week, Dec. 7-13, to reduce the spread of illness.

  • Kentucky Speedway death exposes gap in the law

    By Kimball Perry
    The Kentucky Enquirer

    Behind the wheel of a souped-up speed monster, Stephen Cox roared down the pavement when his car slammed into a concrete wall at Kentucky Speedway, injuring the 30-year-old so badly that he died a week later.

  • State Rep. Ryan Quarles announces for State Ag Commissioner race

    Kentucky Press News Service


    State Rep. Ryan Quarles, R-Georgetown, announced Monday, Dec. 1, that he will seek the Republican nomination for Kentucky agriculture commissioner in next May’s primary election

  • Kentucky Hospital Association steps up involvement in Smoke-free Kentucky

    The Kentucky Hospital Association (KHA) has supported Smoke-free Kentucky for years, but with skyrocketing health care costs, the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and Kentucky remaining at the top of the list in most chronic disease categories, KHA is strengthening its support. 

    KHA will host a news conference to outline its increased support at 3 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, at the Kentucky Hospital Association, 2501 Nelson Miller Parkway, Louisville, KY  40223.

  • Kentucky heroin legislation could get complicated

    The Courier-Journal

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – State lawmakers are drawing closer to the 2015 General Assembly without a clear path to fight heroin abuse, even as the drug continues to claim hundreds of lives across Kentucky.