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London will be wet. Registered voters within the city limits took to the polls Tuesday to answer one simple question: “Are you in favor of the sale of alcoholic beverages in the city limits of London, Kentucky?” The result was

PULASKI CO., Ky. (WKYT) – Today, cranes could be seen at Lees Ford Marina at Lake Cumberland. Roofs on docks were being lifted to reveal the damaged boats below. This comes almost a week after a snow storm dumped ice

Below is just a sample of the videos taken from Lake Cumberland following the biggest snowfall to be seen in the Lake Cumberland area in many years. The footage taken from helicopters, boaters and even drones shows the almost indescribable

JAMESTOWN, KY (WAVE) – Nature’s wrath gave Lexington video producer Jeb Smith a unique opportunity to audition his company’s newest technology Monday.  And the pictures his drone delivered may give a number of pleasure-boat owners the opportunity to recover some

‘YES’ TO ALCOHOL SALES By a final tally of 3,833 – 3,423, or a 410 vote margin, voters in Russell County voted to go “wet” following an historic special countywide local option election regarding alcohol sales on Tuesday. A total

Next Tuesday, January 19, Russell County voters will go to the polls to answer either “yes” or “no” to the question, “Are you in favor of the sale of alcoholic beverages in Russell County, Kentucky?” in the county’s special local

If Sen. Chris Girdler and rocker Alice Cooper have anything in common, it’s that both truly want school to be out for summer. Girdler — the Pulaski County native who represents Pulaski, as well as Lincoln and Boyle, in Frankfort

On a cool, early October day in 1958, Abe Black was fishing Lake Cumberland. The Corps reservoir was only six years old but was quickly earning a reputation as an excellent fishery for a variety of species, including walleye. Black,

JABEZ, Ky. (WKYT) – The investigation began in June when police say Glen “Randall” Dixon and his son, Josh, who worked at the Lake Cumberland 4 H Educational Center in Jabez, began making off with boxes of gun ammo. “Obviously

Change of administration in Frankfort has put aside an ardent supporter of General Burnside Island State Park, but Elaine Walker, now former commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Parks, has not lost her fervor for developing what she calls one

Did you know there are more than 300 miles of hiking trails at Kentucky State Parks? The parks are open all winter and have a busy schedule of outdoor and indoor events. While you might not have enough time to