Breckinridge Fiscal Court


5/26/2015—Magistrates approved the first reading of the 2015/16 Fiscal Year budget at Monday evening’s regular meeting of Breckinridge Fiscal Court.  The vote to approve the $9,819,379.18 budget was 4-3, with Magistrates James Henning, Leslie Gedling, and Gary Greenwell voting “no”.  The vote came after a 50 minute discussion that centered on salary

BCHS Names New Softball Coach


(05/22/15)- Breckinridge County High School has named Courtney McHolan Burnett as the new Lady Tiger softball coach, succeeding Drew Stankiewicz  who resigned earlier in the week. Burnett is a 2008 graduate of BCHS and 2012 graduate of the University of Louisville. A six-year member of the Lady Tiger squad who still ranks near top of all-time school pitching categories, Burnett has also...
 
From the archives: The photographs of Mary Ellen Mark
Documentary photographer Mary Ellen Mark died this week at age 75. "CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent Martha Teichner profiled Mark and her work in 2001.
The pressure is on at National Spelling Bee
49 young spellers qualify for semifinals during Wednesday's preliminary rounds of the Scripps National Spelling Bee
Cops charged in Freddie Gray's death want trial moved
Defense attorneys want to case moved out of Baltimore, arguing it will be impossible to select an impartial jury and receive a fair trial
Few strong storms forecast for the 2015 hurricane season
A very small number of storms has been predicted for the 2015 hurricane season, making this the 9th consecutive year with fewer named storms than average. Meteorologist Craig Setzer tells CBSN what to expect.
National Spelling Bee contestants describe tools, challenges
As the National Spelling Bee begins in Maryland, students from across the country are gathering to spell it all out. CBSN's Jeff Glor has the competitors' top tips and tricks to prepare for the events.
Comedian Tracy Morgan reaches settlement with Wal-Mart after car crash
Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan has reached a settlement with Wal-Mart after a multiple-vehicle accident with one of its truck drivers. CBSN's Jeff Glor shares what details are available on the confidential agreement.
Pentagon accidentally mails live anthrax
The Pentagon has admitted it mistakenly shipped live anthrax across the country and to South Korea. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin explained how such an accident could happen.
5/27: Death toll rises in Texas as search for missing continues; Taking the blues to America's schools
Amid tornado warnings on Wednesday, the search for flood victims continued in hard-hit Wimberley, Texas; and Blues musician Billy Branch is taking his love of blues to schools across the country
Taking the blues to America's schools
Blues musician Billy Branch is taking his love of blues to schools across the country. As Dean Reynolds reports, Branch hopes to expose kids to the blues and its rich history.
What's in the forecast for flood-weary Texas?
Larry Mowry, chief meteorologist at CBS Dallas-Fort Worth station KTVT, has the details on what Texans can expect in the next 48 hours
AAA: Teen dangers pose risk to others
A new study by AAA found that two-thirds of people injured or killed in teen driver accidents were not the teen behind the wheel. Kris Van Cleave reports on the study's findings.
​Collateral damage: Teen drivers not just dangerous to themselves
The AAA calls the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day the "100 Deadliest Days" because of the increase in accidents involving teenagers
James Holmes' notebook could be key for defense
The defense in the James Holmes trial hopes the writings in his notebook will help them convince the jury that Holmes was legally insane when he plotted and carried out the attack on a movie theatre in Aurora, Colorado. Elaine Quijano reports on the latest developments in the trial.
​Teaching the blues to America's youth
Chicago blues musician embarks on mission to bring teach blues to school children across the U.S.
Forecast: Risk of severe weather remains in Texas
Larry Mowry, the chief meteorologist at CBS Dallas-Fort Worth station KTVT, looks at the threat of severe weather that's ahead for Texas.