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Contributing columnistKentucky is now surrounded on three sides by neighbor states that are making dynamic conservative changes to their economic policy and experiencing dynamic results. Recently, we learned that the conservative leadership of Indiana has created a $1.2...
WGN NewsOn this day 34-years ago, the world was shocked by the sudden death of Rock and Roll pioneer, Elvis Presley. The 42 -year-old King of Rock & Roll's official cause of death was a heart attack. But post-autopsy reports show there were as many as 14 drugs...
KTLA NewsMEMPHIS, TN -- Their candles flickering in the warm Tennessee night, fans quietly stood vigil over Elvis Presley's grave early Tuesday to mark the 34th anniversary of the singer's death. "Thank you so much for being here and continuing to honor the...
Tags: Memphis, KTLA, Human Interest, Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis Presley
One year ago, at a Fourth of July celebration at Ridgefield High School, pastry chef Robyn Eads was walking the grounds, hawking a tray of her organic cupcakes to picnickers. Today, she's on a fast track to sweet stardom with her handcrafted line of Peace...
Darron Charles Powell, 37, Woodspointe Way, died Sunday, Aug. 16, at his home. He was born in Detroit, Mich., the son of Charles Eugene and Carol Ann Rose Powell of Garrard County. He loved hunting, fishing and all outdoor activities. In addition to his...
George William Brumfield, 93, a native of Jessamine County, died Monday. He was a member of Bethel Christian Church, the Jessamine County Historical Society, was the oldest member of the Hart Lodge F&AM, as well as a breeder of Tennessee Walking Horses,...
Tags: Human Interest, Kentucky, Christianity
Matthew L. Smith, a native of Jessamine County, passed away on July 25. He was a graduate of Tates Creek High School and Tulane University in New Orleans, majoring in engineering and psychology. He had a special place in his heart for both Tates Creek and...
1587: Virginia Dare became the first child of English parents to be born on American soil, on what is now Roanoke Island in North Carolina. (However, the Roanoke colony ended up mysteriously disappearing.) 1920: The 19th Amendment to the Constitution,...
Alton Howard knows he works hard. So, if he's ranked highly as a college football prospect, then the man they cal "Pig" says it;s a direct reflection of that hard work. And he is ranked highly. Howard is the No. 4 overall prospect in the latest update...
William Douglas Poole, 51, of Lexington, formerly of Winchester, passed away on Saturday, Aug. 13, in Tennessee. Mr. Poole was born in Winchester on Dec. 3, 1959 to Billy and Mary Stone Poole of Winchester. He was a mail clerk for the U.S. Postal...
CNNDUNKLIN CO, Mo -- Authorities have found what they believe to be the remains of Breeann Rodriguez, a 3-year-old Missouri girl whose neighbor told police he had suffocated the girl with a plastic bag and then tossed her from a highway. A Missouri State...
Tags: Memphis, Arkansas, Assault, Human Body, Police Investigations
At last count, model airplane enthusiast Dan Thompson had 63 planes. “Some people have a passion for golf or whatever. I have a passion for airplanes,” Thompson said. His interest in planes began while he was about 10 or 11 years old, around...
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