Some 2,000 rabbits have "overrun" the Canadian town of Canmore, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The bunnies are believed to be the progeny of pets — and their number has doubled in the past four years, according to Canada's CTV.
"There's often about eight on our lawn," one Canmore resident tells CTV. "They're everywhere."
But the same woman also added, "We think they're cute."
Danafilms Inc. will add a new produce line and invest just over $12 million in its Simpson County plant. The German-owned company will nearly double the size of its Franklin workforce, creating 25 new jobs as a result of the expansion.
If Kevin Phillips had his way, he’d be flying to work today. But Phillips has to wait until his self-built kit helicopter can take the air. He’s waiting for an evaluation from the Federal Aviation Administration before he can train with the aircraft and prove he can safely handle it. It took him five years to complete the aircraft from a kit.
The musicians of the Louisville Orchestra are voting today on a contract for the current and upcoming seasons. The musicians and management have been at odds over the contract for months, and the impasse has resulted in the cancellation of three months of concerts. The management had previously pushed for a tiered system, with musicians signing contracts for 10, 20 or 30 weeks. The musicians countered with a proposal to cut the number of full-time players from 71 to 60 and the season length from 37 to 35 weeks.
Just minutes into his shift Friday afternoon, Bowling Green Police Department Officer Ben Carroll has stopped a car because the driver isn’t wearing a seat belt. From July 1, 2010, to June 15, Carroll wrote 229 citations to drivers who were not wearing seat belts. The second highest number of seat belt citations issued by a BGPD officer was 27 for the same time period.
You may notice an abundance of cameras in Breathitt County next week. Don't worry; it's not paparazzi looking for their next celebrity cover shot. About 20 students from the University of Kentucky will be participating in a four-day documentary photography workshop. They'll be be turning their lenses on local residents and businesses to tell their stories through pictures and hopefully learn something along the way.
Kids will choose to take a step towards healthier eating by choosing fresh fruit — if you give them a little nudge.
Researchers at Cornell's Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs went into three school cafeterias that had been keeping their fruit in stainless-steel bins behind sneeze guards in the lunch line where kids could barely see it. And they did some strategic rearranging. They moved the fruit into colorful bowls or attractive baskets, and placed them near the cash register.