A woman missing since March has been located in good health. In April of this year, the Owensboro Police Department put out an alert concerning the disappearance of 23-year-old Ashley Dillion Higgs. Family members said they had not seen her since March 18.
Owensboro Health is using a new device to help treat breast cancer called "Bio-Zorb" that allows for more precise radiation therapy. Bio-Zorb is placed in the breast during surgery to remove the cancer and dissolves in the body after about a year.
Special services students of Apollo High School will be in the spotlight on Tuesday, Dec. 16, as they perform “The Nutcracker.” Performances are scheduled from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. for students visiting from other DCPS schools; and from 1:05 to 2 p.m. for Apollo High School students.
The application window for federal assistance is now open for those who struggle to pay their heating bills. Community Action Kentucky administers the one-time subsidy from LIHEAP -- the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. Each winter, about 100-thousand families benefit from the program.