Madisonville, KY – Governor Steve Beshear will be in western Kentucky tomorrow for two events. The Governor travels to Madisonville tomorrow morning for the city's Judge-Executive/Mayor Breakfast. Later, he'll travel to Gilbertsville for a Labor Management Luncheon at Kentucky Dam Village.
Bowling Green, KY – For now, former Kentucky representative Steve Nunn remains in the Hart County Jail. Steve Nunn was moved to the Hart County Jail after being released from The Medical Center at Bowling Green, where he was treated for self-inflicted wrist wounds. Kentucky State Police Trooper Charles Swiney says Nunn, whom police want to question in the shooting death of Nunn's former fianc e, was arrested Friday at his parents' graves in Hart County.
Paducah, KY – Area residents have until Wednesday to participate in a survey to help decide Barkley Regional Airport's future air service. Since this summer, United Airlines' Skyline and Delta-run Mesaba have bid on service for the McCracken County airport. Marketing Director Jackie Jones says the federal Department of Transportation has the final say on which company will run through Barkley. The online survey is designed to help the DOT assess what kind of air service would be most useful to residents. The survey is at
Louisville, KY – A Kentucky bourbon manufacturer is suing another liquor company and its North American distributor. Maker's Mark Distillery is famous for the red wax seal on its bottles. Maker's says in its lawsuit that the red wax coating on tequila maker Jose Cuervo Reserva de la Familia's bottles is misleading. It has made some people mistakenly think the product is connected with Maker's Mark.
Paducah, KY – Part of Hinkleville Road near Exit 4 in Paducah is open again after a crash closed one set of lanes. The westbound lanes on Hinkleville/US 60 were closed around mid-day due to a two vehicle crash. Passengers sustained minor injuries. Workers have removed the vehicles and traffic has returned to normal on the road.