Updated: 06/29/2005 - The Kentucky State Police will be conducting checkpoints throughout the entire Post 3 District for this July 4 holiday season.
Updated: 06/29/2005 - President Bush makes a primetime speech to the nation about the War in Iraq.
Updated: 06/29/2005 - A registered sex offender is taken into custody in Pulaski County after a chase.
Updated: 06/28/2005 - Mayors' Institute program means free architectural help for redevelopment plans.
Updated: 06/28/2005 - New health plan exemption raises some eyebrows.
Updated: 06/28/2005 - U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell is honored by his colleagues for surpassing Sen. John Sherman Cooper, as the longest-serving republican senator in the history of Kentucky.
Updated: 06/28/2005 - In a job where time is money, it’s easy to push the limit. That’s why Vehicle Enforcement Officers make random inspections to ensure truck drivers are following the rules.
Updated: 06/28/2005 - St. Jude is a pediatric treatment and research facility unlike any other. Discoveries made there have completely changed how the world treats children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases.
Updated: 06/29/2005 - Tickets On Sale NOW!
Updated: 06/27/2005 - June 30 is the deadline to apply for consolidation and lock in your current student loan rate.
Updated: 06/28/2005 - "New Beginnings" receives clearance to plan new indoor/outdoor arena for therapy.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - The sanctuary at Hillvue Heights was packed with family members of Specialist Michael Hayes and the girls he coached. As the service began, photos of Hayes were projected while the song, "Have You Forgotten," played. The song echoed throughout the church as tears fell from both soldiers and civilians in attendance.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - Skaters say it's long overdue; some taxpayers wonder if money could be better spent.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - Some Warren County residents are giving a sigh of relief after a proposed construction debris landfill was unanimously rejected.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - As the number of children in the Warren County School District continues to grow, so does the construction. Now the Board of Education is incorporating new technology into its latest project.