Updated: 7:41 PM "The corporate support that we've gotten from our partner CHC (Commonwealth Health Corporation) and the Medical Center, we're going to be able to do it for a year and hopefully if it's successful, I'm hopeful we'll be able to sustain the operation for 36 months," says Warren County Parks and Recreation Director, Chris Kummer.
Kummer expects to have a positive outlook for the aquatics facility from here on out.
Updated: 4:36 PM Gov. Steve Beshear has scheduled a news conference Thursday afternoon to announce whether he will expand Kentucky's Medicaid program to cover hundreds of thousands of additional people.
Updated: 7:14 PM The Medical Center puts on a grocery store tour to show people how to eat healthier and live longer.
Registered Dietitian Linda Howsen says going to the grocery store, and shopping healthy can be very difficult.
Updated: 6:57 PM Since the trial of Barren County Sheriff Chris Eaton started, some residents in our area have become interested in law enforcement officials' behavior. Officials in Glasgow say the actions of a small group doesn't truly represent a community that's progressing in many ways.
Updated: 3:42 PM Warren County Sheriff, Jerry “Peanuts” Gaines announced Wednesday that Captain Joe Jakub and the “CrimeFighter Corvette” of the Sheriff’s Anti-Crime unit was selected to lead a contingent of Law Enforcement Officers in a Memorial Procession in Washington, DC.
Posted: 2:36 PM The Federal Aviation Administration says it will keep open 72 airport towers and other air traffic control facilities that were slated to close overnight as the result of automatic spending cuts imposed by Congress.