HARLAN (AP) — The cold might not bother Disney's Queen Elsa, but it's wreaking enough havoc in Kentucky that a police department announced a joke warrant for the popular “Frozen” character's arrest.
Winter can be a beautiful time of the year, but the snow and ice that covers the landscape in a pristine sheet of white can present certain hazards as well.
FRANKFORT — Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) highway district road crews are mostly spot treating today as arctic temperatures send the state into a deep freeze.
The Bell County Volunteer Fire Department responded to Mill Creek Church on Wednesday. When crews arrived, the church was in flames.
A second round of snow hit Bell County during the early morning hours on Wednesday. The snowy conditions created more problems for road crews in the area. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service(NWS), in Jackson, said an additional 2 to 4...
Tobacco has played a weighty role in the history of the Commonwealth, however a proposed ban may change the future of this cash crop.
ST. CATHARINE — The Berry Farming and Ecological Agrarianism Program at St. Catharine College will host a hemp decortication (processing into fiber material) demonstration on Friday. The event is public and open to those interested in learning...
As Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College prepares to celebrate the fifth annual Super Sunday event, a recruitment initiative targeting African-American and Latino students through a worship service and college fair, the school has named...
FRANKFORT — Crews in most Kentucky Transportation Cabinet highway districts are again plowing and salting roadways this morning following the week's second round of snow.
FRANKFORT — As Kentuckians dig out from deep snow, Gov. Steve Beshear today issued two executive orders to protect consumers from price gouging and to ensure families have access to needed prescription medicines.
Guns, ammunition found in car after police killed youth
NEW YORK (AP) — Gasoline prices can spike for all kinds of reasons that make skeptical drivers roll their eyes: “tension” in the Middle East, a refinery suddenly shuts down for maintenance, or the annual springtime switch to summer...
Bridget Saylor's third-grade science/writing class at TNT Primary is beginning a new class project to help students with their writing skills and make writing and science even more exciting.
Those receiving associate degrees and diplomas from Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College at the conclusion of the fall 2014 semester in Bell County include:
Middlesboro Police Officers arrested a man on Friday after he was accused of stalking another individual.Jason Christopher Smith, 31, of Arjay, was arrested by Officer Jeremiah Johnson and charged with first-degree stalking.
William S. Tribell|Daily NewsCumberland Avenue was treacherous following the winter storm that blew through the area on Monday. Road crews worked to clear the roads. Several schools remained closed across the Tri-State area on Tuesday.
With only a few homes reporting power outages in the county on Monday, Kentucky Utilities (KU) spokesman Cliff Feltham said on Tuesday the outage near Blair has been repaired.
Cold weather can bring wind, snow and ice. But cold weather also might be the culprit behind power outages.
FRANKFORT – The Kentucky State Police are asking motorists to be aware that weather conditions can change rapidly.
FRANKFORT – On Day 2 of a winter storm that left the Commonwealth in deep snow and a deep freeze, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet road crews continued plowing to keep interstates and other main routes open.
Due to roads conditions, delivery for the Tuesday edition of the Middlesboro Daily News has been delayed. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
During a recent fiscal court meeting, a motion was passed to increase the booking fee at the Bell County Detention Center to $30. The move was suggested by Bell County Jailer Gary Ferguson.
Steven Adam Smith walked into the Ashland National Guard on Friday looking to leave as the regional Golden Gloves Champion. He did just that, winning the bout by decision and bringing the trophy back to Middlesboro. Though he admits he was nervous...
Main Street Pineville has been making strides towards planning their future goals as an organization and city including a full day of Vision Forums last week.