Sportswriter Stefan Fatsis and Robert Siegel preview this weekend's American Football Conference and National Football Conference championship games, as four teams become the two to compete in the Super Bowl.
Three people were arrested Thursday after State Police busted a methamphetamine lab in a Warsaw home. Police say a 4-year-old was inside the house where a man suffered chemcial burn. The lab was discovered at the home in the 2900 block of Ky. 1992 in about 9 p.m. Thursday after emergency medical personnel responded to a 911 call of the chemical burn. Inside the house, troopers found three grams of meth and several ingredients used to make meth.
Palestine might not seem like a breeding ground for race car drivers. After all, the area is dotted with checkpoints and roadblocks, hundreds of obstacles that can cramp a driver's ability to explore a car's limits.
But that hasn't stopped a group of Palestinian women from driving very fast, winning races and making a name for themselves along the way.
Kentucky’s congressional delegation will have to wait a little longer to find out who exactly they’ll represent this year. Legislative leaders are trying to work out a compromise on new congressional redistricting maps, having already passed maps of their own districts and their own versions of the congressional map. The congressional map is currently in a conference committee, but the chambers adjourned today with no compromise in hand. The committee will meet again on Monday.
We wouldn't want to say that $7,922,500 isn't an awful lot to pay for one set of four books.
But we do have to point out that it's not a record.
Thursday, we previewed the Christie's New York auction of a rare set of John James Audubon's Birds of America. As we reported, there was talk that it might fetch more than the record $11.5 million paid for another full set of the books in 2010.
A judge in New Zealand today ordered that Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (a.k.a. Kim Schmitz) and three others remain in custody at least until a bail hearing on Monday as the legal process of possibly extraditing them to the U.S. to face copyright infringement and conspiracy charges got underway.
Search and rescue operations at the wreck of the Costa Concordia have resumed, after being halted for a third time, due to choppy waters and the partially submerged vessel's tendency to shift on the rocks near Italy's coast.