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Ag Field Day Set For August 4th


(07/28/15)- An agricultural “Field Day” will be held next Tuesday (08/04) at the Kenny and Sandy Compton farm near Irvington. The event is a qualified County Agriculture Investment Program (or CAIP) meeting which features University of Kentucky College of Agriculture extension specialists among others speaking. Registration begins at 4 central time Tuesday afternoon, but organizers...
 

Breckinridge Fiscal Court


(07/28/15)- Fiscal Court Magistrates on Monday (07/27) night voted to increase pay for sheriff's deputies. The court voted to increase the pay by 50 cents an hour for full and part time deputies as well as the court security supervisor and 54 cents... 
 
 

Semi Accident Closes Road for Several Hours


7/31/15---A single vehicle accident involving a semi truck caused Highway 261 South to be closed about two hours Friday morning (7/31). According to Breckinridge County Sheriff Deputy Tyler Hardin the accident happened around 8:50 am in the 3600 block of South Highway 261 near Monarch Homeplace Lane.

A 2015 International Truck driven by Kristopher Dunn of Georgia was traveling south when
Severe heat across the country
WBZ meteorologist Eric Fisher says there are more hot days to come for the West coast
Debate over minimum wage increase heats up
"The reality is that most business are not going to pay $15 dollars an hour and keep their doors open," says fast food franchise owner
A journey to the past
In a dusty attic, Bill Poray discovered a box of old 16mm home movies from the 1930s
High-speed chases claim innocent lives
An average of 329 people are killed in car chases per year, prompting many police departments to review their policies
Old films found in an attic bring long-lost love story back to life
Fairport, N.Y. town historian made it his mission to find the woman in some old home movies from the 1930s, but he never expected what would happen next
U.S. states, cities raising minimum wage
Cities and states across America have raised their minimum wage above that of the federal minimum wage
Judge blocks release of recordings by anti-abortion group
San Francisco judge issues a temporary restraining order against the Center for Medical Progress hours after the order was requested by the National Abortion Federation
More Clinton emails released
The State Department released about 4,000 more pages of Hillary Clinton's emails. Clinton also released her tax returns and medical records
Cutting down on police shootings through better training
After deadly confrontations between police and suspects, officers are receiving training on how to keep situations from turning violent
Rising temperatures fan new wildfires out West
In California alone, 18 large wildfires are burning; firefighters face a wall of flames fueled by dry wind and heat
High heat and dry winds fuel wildfires
Triple-digit temperatures and dry winds are hampering firefighting efforts out West as wildfires continue to blaze
Las Vegas police hold de-escalation training drills
In order to prevent tense police-citizen encounters, experts are training police in how to dial down tense encounters
FAA to investigate drone sighting near JFK airport
Delta flight reported seeing an unmanned aircraft while on approach to John F Kennedy International Airport in New York
Mom throws 2-year-old an attorney-themed birthday party
A toddler in Louisiana became so obsessed with personal injury lawyer Morris Bart that his mom planned a birthday party theme around the lawyer
Doctor behind first U.S. IVF baby dies at 104
Dr. Howard Jones and his wife pioneered in vitro fertilization in the U.S., leading to hundreds of thousands of births