Skip to content

Secretariat Mural Unveiling Ceremony, Downtown Paris, November 19, 2022

November 19, 2022


News Briefs — Sunday, November 13, 2022

November 13, 2022

Iranian who inspired ‘The Terminal’ dies at Paris airport PARIS (AP) — French officials say an Iranian man who lived for 18 years in Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport and loosely inspired the Steven Spielberg film “The Terminal” has died in the airport. Mehran Karimi Nasseri died Saturday after a heart attack in the airport’s…


November 9, 2022

How you voted Bourbon Co.

Flu off to fast start in Kentucky, as cases keep more than doubling each week; flu, Covid-19 and RSV threaten a ‘triple-demic’

November 3, 2022

State Dept. for Public Health map, adapted by Ky. Health News; county figures are online here. Last week’s cases will be reported on Friday. By Al Cross Kentucky Health News Influenza is spreading quickly in Kentucky, raising the threat of a “triple-demic” of flu, Covid-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). The state Department for Public…

Reminder – KYTC District 7 can remove improperly placed signage

October 11, 2022

State law (KRS 177.106) prohibits encroachments on state right of way without a permit – this includes roadside sales LEXINGTON, Ky. (Oct. 10, 2022) – Kentucky Transportation Cabinet crews can remove improperly placed items along state maintained right of way areas. Political candidates, residents, business operators and property owners along US and KY routes are reminded that…

Antler Alert: Nearly 3,000 highway crashes with deer reported in 2021

October 5, 2022

By TOM LATEK, Kentucky Today Oct 4, 2022   FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has issued an annual Antler Alert to remind drivers that the peak season for deer-vehicle collisions has arrived, since about half of all such crashes occur during the last three months of the year. “October, November, and December…

Bedbugs, long thought to pose no risk to human health, produce large amounts of inflammatory histamines, UK researchers find

October 3, 2022

By Haley Simpkins University of Kentucky Bedbugs produce large amounts of histamine that may pose risks to humans, entomologists at the University of Kentucky and North Carolina State University have discovered in a study. Histamines are naturally produced chemical compounds that may cause inflammation and alert the immune system to threats. They can cause allergic reactions,…