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Help The "Last Chance Kitties"


02/25/15 09:51 AM
Owensboro Humane Society is needing help to fit the bill for 30 + cats that all need complete vetting. Some have eye issues, blind in one eye, URI’s etc… Some are not adoptable but will be placed in nearby barns that our volunteer Cheryl

Beej talks with Mayor Ron Payne


02/20/15 07:46 AM
Brian talks with Mayor Ron Payne about OMU, the Occupational Tax and more!  

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul Has Won With 25.7 Percent of the Votes


03/02/15 05:09 PM
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has won the Conservative Political Action Conference's Annual Presidential Preference Straw Poll.  Pollsters announced Saturday that Paul won 25.7 percent of the votes in the annual survey, Paul’s third consecutive w

Owensboro Police have Identify Deceased Pedestrian


03/02/15 05:06 PM
Owensboro Police have identified the pedestrian who died in a collision on Southtown near Frederica.  Authorities say 33-year-old Adrian Chandler of Owensboro was struck by a vehicle around 9:30 Saturday night. He died at the scene.  Owensboro P

Tell City Job Fair March 5th,2015


03/02/15 02:56 PM
Cromwell Radio Group is hosting a Job Fair on March 5th, 2015. The Job Fair location will be at the Perry County 4-H Fair Grounds in the Main Building Indiana 66, Tell City, IN 47586. The fair will be from 10AM - 3:30PM, please bring your resume and dress

The 2015 Athena Award Goes To...


02/27/15 04:05 PM
Deborah Fillman, public health director of the Green River District Health Department, won the 2015 Athena Award at the award's 17th annual luncheon Thursday at the Owensboro Convention Center.  Kelly Paul, the wife of Kentucky Senator Rand Paul

2016 Renovations for Bob Cummings Lincoln Trail Bridge


02/27/15 03:57 PM
INDOT announced yesterday they hope to start the first project on the Bob Cummings Lincoln Trail Bridge connecting Cannelton to Hawesville in March 2016.  Officials say renovating the Ohio River bridge is first; second will be cleaning and repainting

EPA Finds Arsenic on Ohio County Land


02/26/15 11:12 AM
The Environmental Protection Agency has discovered high levels of arsenic on a property in Ohio County. Judge-Executive David Johnson tells media partner 14News that someone was storing drums containing arsenic in a barn on Shinkle Chapel Road in the 1940's. The barn has since burned down, but the contamination remains.

Henderson Man Arrested After Traffic Stop


02/26/15 11:09 AM
A traffic stop in Henderson County led to a man being arrested on a drug charge. Kentucky State Police conducted a traffic stop on Shannon N. Bland on US Highway 41 North in the city limits of Henderson. While Mr. Bland was emptying his pockets for a search, the subject tried concealing a plastic bag in the palm of his hand. The bag contained Methamphetamine.

Agencies Conduct Large Drug Bust; Make Arrest


02/26/15 11:05 AM
An ongoing drug investigation conducted by multiple agencies, including the Kentucky State Police, the Madisonville Police Department, the Hopkins County Sheriff's Department, the FBI, and the DEA, led to a large-scale drug seizure and the arrest of a Muhlenberg County man.

Health Insurance Enrollment Deadline Extended


02/26/15 10:55 AM
Kentucky’s deadline for enrolling in health insurance has been extended.  State officials say they’ve extended open enrollment in health care insurance through April 30 because so many Kentuckians still have not signed up. And, there'

Candance Brake Named President and Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Owensb


02/26/15 10:41 AM
Following a national search, the Board of Directors of the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce announced today that Candance Brake will be the new President and Chief Executive Officer of the organization. "I am excited for the Chamber as well as

Brian Jackson Interviews His Trans-gender Nephew Jax


02/26/15 09:35 AM
In response to the Kentucky Senate bill that would force trans-gender students to use bathrooms assigned to their sex at birth, Brian and his nephew discuss discrimination and model some old-fashioned family vales -- like unconditional love and affirmatio

Triplett Twist District Redevelopment is a Go!


02/25/15 12:03 PM
The advisory team for a four-year effort to revitalize the 220-acre district between Triplett and Breckenridge streets and between Ninth and 24th streets on the city's east side held its final planning meeting yesterday at City Hall, where Keith Free,

County Clerk Switches Parties


02/25/15 11:23 AM
Daviess County is now a two-Republican, two-Osborne county. According to the Messenger-Inquirer, Daviess County Clerk David “Oz” Osborne switched parties this week, getting his second opportunity to switch from Democrat to Republican. He is the first Republican in the modern era to hold the office. He started out Republican, but switched to Democrat in 1999 when he chaired Keith Cain's campaign for Sheriff.

Road Fund Bill Introduced in House


02/25/15 11:17 AM
A measure to protect local road funds has been introduced in the Kentucky House. The measuer (HB 513) would protect rural secondary and municipal aid road dollars in the face of declining state road dollars. The state is losing dollars due to a decline in the state gas tax which is based on the price of fuel at the pump.

Anheuser-Busch Forced to Sell Two Kentucky Companies


02/25/15 11:10 AM
The State House of Representatives has approved a bill that would force Anheuser-Busch to sell two Kentucky companies that distribute alcohol in Jefferson and Daviess counties.  The House voted 67-31 to approve a bill that would not allow brewers to

Four DCPS Schools Named Lighthouse Schools


02/25/15 10:29 AM
Franklin Covey Co. has announced that four elementary schools in the Daviess County Public Schools district have been named Leader in Me Lighthouse Schools. This honor recognizes outstanding results in school and student outcomes by implementing The Leader in Me process with fidelity; and recognizes the extraordinary impact the schools are having on staff, students, parents, and the greater community.

Mom of Run Away Taken to Jail


01/21/15 10:25 AM
The mother Cheyenne Phillips, the 13-year-old Grayson County girl who was on the run for 14 days with her 18-year-old boyfriend, has been taken into police custody. Sherry Peters, who is described as Cheyenne Phillips non-custodial parent, is charged with

100 People Made the One-Mile March for Martin Luther King Jr. Day


01/20/15 12:05 PM
 A crowd of almost 100 people made the one-mile march from Daviess County High School to Blandford Lecture Hall on the campus of Owensboro Community & Technical College on Monday to celebrate the life and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin

IT'SSSS FLU TIME!!!


01/15/15 10:31 AM
Only halfway through this flu season and already 26 flu-related deaths in Kentucky – most of those people were over 65.  Deputy Health Commissioner Kraig Humbaugh says it's not too late to get a flu shot and "Practically everyone six m

Weather Info - Layer up! Stay Warm!


01/07/15 06:23 AM
Please be aware that the extreme cold over the next couple of days is quite rare even in our region. Last year during a similar early January cold spell we had 2 fatalities in our region due to hypothermia.        Dangerously co

Weather Info - Layer up! Stay Warm!


01/07/15 06:23 AM
Info from the NOAA - - Stay Warm! 

Utica man arrested after KSP Pursuit


12/14/14 01:15 PM
At 1:12am on December 14th, 2014, Kentucky State Police were conducting a traffic safety checkpoint in Owensboro, KY on the US 60 bypass at Highway 431.  While conducting the checkpoint, Ryan Scott Clark, passed though the checkpoint at a high rate o
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