Category Archives: Local News

Golden Alert

  (LFUCG)–The Lexington Police Department has issued a Golden Alert for a missing man with a brain injury. Steven Thornbury, 57, was last seen around 7:15 a.m. Wednesday at a home on Crosby Drive. Thornbury is believed to be on foot and may be headed toward downtown Lexington. He has also been known to frequent…MORE

Good For You!

Congratulations to: Richard Seckel of Lexington, appointed to the Health Insurance Advisory Council. Paula Milner, gifted/talented resource teacher at Dixie Magnet Elementary, presented the 2020-21 KAGE Service & Advocacy Award by the Kentucky Association for Gifted Educaiton. Anthony A. Houston, selected CEO for CHI Saint Joseph as well as president of Saint Joseph Hospital and…MORE

KY House OK’s Exempting Those with Serious Mental Illness from Death Penalty

(LRC)–Defendants diagnosed with a serious mental illness may soon be exempt from the death penalty. The Kentucky House of Representatives approved House Bill 148 by a 75-16 vote Monday night. Sponsored by Majority Whip Rep. Chad McCoy, R-Bardstown, HB 148 would make defendants charged with a capital offense, such as murder, exempt from eligibility for…MORE

State Park Campgrounds Open March 12

(KY State Parks)–Fresh air fanatics, get ready! Camping season opens March 12 at 30 Kentucky State Parks featuring approximatively 2,300 campsites across the commonwealth. “One of the most popular recreational activities at Kentucky State Parks every year is camping,” said Department of Parks Commissioner Russ Meyer. “Over the past year, our staff has been committed…MORE

Good For You!

Congratulations to: UK Softball infielder Erin Coffell, named Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week. Phoenix Shimfessel of Clark County, one of the winners of the 2021 Kentucky Saves Week Piggy Bank design contest, sponsored by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. Sarah Cummins of Nicholasville, named to the Kentucky Environmental Education Council. These winners…MORE

Video: The Doc is In by Stanton-MD

Many people enjoy a cup or two or more of coffee every single day. But did you know that the coffee you are drinking could be providing a little bit of a health benefit? In this “The Doc Is In” segment, Emergency Physician, Dr. Ryan Stanton, looks at the many health benefits that a cup…MORE

Good for You!

Congratulations to: Tammy Stephenson, named chair of the University of Kentucky Department of Dietetics and Human Nutrition. These First Place winners in the Governor’s Cup Region 14 competition: Mathematics–Arimitsu Horikawa-Strakovsky, Winburn Middle School Science–Harsha Tummala, Beaumont Middle School Social Studies–Srikantth Gentela, Beaumont Middle School Language Arts–Siddhi Viswanath, Winburn Middle School Arts and Humanities–Winston Fugate, Winburn…MORE

Video: The Doc is In by Stanton-MD

If you are looking for the perfect Valentine’s day gift for the ones you love, how about making it something healthy? In this “The Doc Is In” segment, Emergency Physician, Dr. Ryan Stanton, shares the healthy benefits of dark chocolate. So if you are looking for a gift that says love, how about one that…MORE

Good For You!

Congratulations to: Beth Morton and Paula Goff of Lexington, John Roden III of Richmond, Brittney Howell of Georgetown, among those appointed to the Early Childhood Advisory Council. Kelly Corcoran, named Interim Artistic Advisor to the Lexington Philharmonic. Craig Wood, named assistant director of University of Kentucky Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension. University of Kentucky Athletics…MORE

The Doc is In By Stanton-MD

The chances of getting herd immunity by mid to late 2021 is an uphill battle as across the nation we are falling short of administering one-million vaccines a day. In this “The Doc Is In” segment, Emergency Physician, Dr. Ryan Stanton looks at the key factors toward reaching herd immunity including better distribution, better administration,…MORE