Updated: 6:32 PM The Franklin-Simpson Superintendent says it was the Columbine Shooting that struck fear and worry inside of our nation's schools.
The 1999 shooting resulted in schools cracking down on safety.
And more than a decade later, Sandy Hook would re-energize that need for safety in schools.
Franklin-Simpson High School, City, and county officials discussed ideas today for a safer school environment.
Updated: 9:12 PM Winter is here, meaning the days are shorter, and the state Transportation Cabinet and Kentucky State Police want to remind motorists to make themselves visible by turning on headlights.
Updated: 2:32 PM Another blast of heat and humidity will put air conditioners to the test across Kentucky and Tennessee this week, as forecasters are predicting heat index readings climbing into triple digits.
Updated: 8:48 PM LEXINGTON, KY-As the needs of Kentucky disaster survivors change, the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management (KYEM) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are making Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) changes to better serve those devastated by the early May storms.
Updated: 9:35 PM In response to all of our recent severe weather, Monday on wbko.com we asked if you had an emergency plan. Fifty-five percent of you said you do have a plan, while 45 percent said you do not.