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Watch A Horicon Native Help Track A Lion

When reports of lion sightings near downtown Milwaukee were made last July, Kurt Zuelsdorf was near the area. The Horicon native who now lives in Florida was visiting a...

Managing Japanese Beetles

The Japanese beetle is a devastating pest of urban landscape plants. It was first found in Kentucky on the southern outskirts of Louisville (Jefferson County) in 1937....

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Laws to change July 15

A change in Kentucky’s hunting law may affect several property owners in Fulton County. Under the new law, resident landowners and tenants (including spouses and...

Water and food security

Many private residences, businesses, schools and other public facilities across the Commonwealth, especially in eastern Kentucky, have been impacted or closed for an...

Early Voting Begins Tuesday, May 26th for State House District 55

House District 55 voters are encouraged to cast their ballots early for the June 16, 2015 Special Election for State House District 55 to fill the unexpired term of...

Spotlight On: Aurora Angels

On July 20th, 2012 one of the nation’s worst shooting occurred. During a midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises,” 12 people were killed and 58 others...

FBI will investigate report object struck train before Philly derailment

The FBI will investigate a report that a projectile may have hit an Amtrak train moments before it derailed in Philadelphia, killing eight people, the Wall Street...

After Death Sentence, What’s Next for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

BOSTON –  Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced to death by lethal injection, but he won’t be executed for years — maybe decades — as the...

Shock from falling small aircraft pilots words

Moments after take-off pilot Grady “Greg” Byrd shouted into the radio, “We’re going down,” the report said. Byrd’s Piper PA-32 burst into flames Friday...