Most Active Stories
- [Slideshow: Afternoon Photos Added] Early Morning Fire on Murray Court Square
- Sixth-Grader's Science Fair Finding Shocks Ecologists
- DOE Awards Fluor $420M Contract for Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant Decommission and Decontamination
- Murray Downtown Disasters: How the City’s Handling Collapsing, Burned Buildings
- Bad Luck: Murray Business Loses Office After Collapse, Then Fire Threatens New Office
Fri January 17, 2014
The Morning Cram [no español edition]
From NPR: Lawmakers in the Spanish province of Catalonia have voted overwhelmingly in favor of holding a November referendum on independence from Spain. Madrid says it won't allow that to happen but it's unclear if it can stop the vote from taking place.
Kentucky: The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill that aims to fix the state’s heroin problem. A contest sponsored by first lady Jane Beshear is inviting students around the state to submit original art work and essays. A report from the federal government shows some good news for Kentucky enterprise. Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes says if she's elected to the U.S. Senate, she'll call on President Barack Obama to “do the right thing.”
Illinois: Gov. Pat Quinn is encouraging low income families in Illinois to sign up for a tax credit.