When Steven Patrick Morrissey was 13, he was watching The Old Grey Whistle Test, a BBC rock television show, when the New York Dolls came on. Later, he called it "my first real emotional experience." It was hardly his last: Growing up awkward, tall and shy in suburban Manchester, he was the archetypal kid who didn't fit in, writing poetry and letters to members of the British rock press, disagreeing articulately with their critics.
The days of a coyote den that’s roaming a Lexington neighborhood could be numbered. Animal Care and Control Chief Nathan Bowling says the coyotes have been reported in southeast Lexington’s Tuscanee neighborhood. Lexington Public Safety Commissioner Clay Mason says the plan is to set traps and relocate them in an un-populated area.
The new Fox series Touch stars Kiefer Sutherland as a father — a widower — raising a withdrawn preteen son with behavioral problems.
But it doesn't begin with Sutherland.
It begins, instead, with the son — Jake, played by David Mazouz — providing the narration that opens the series. By the time the opening narration is over, you already know you're watching something a little different.
Commonwealth’s Attorney David Massamore attributes his recent bouts with high blood pressure to stress from dealing with House Bill 463. The Public Safety and Offender Accountability Act, which became law in June, has made investigating and prosecuting drug offenses harder, Massamore said. It’s an sentiment echoed by many local officials. “It does make our job more difficult,” said Hopkins County Sheriff Frankie Latham. “It’s basically made the investigation of some of these people more difficult, as well as the detention of them.”
Three members of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) 4th Brigade Combat Team (Currahees) were honored Monday for bravery under fire in Afghanistan last June. Their citations were pinned on them by Col. Valery C. Keaveny Jr., the commander of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 506th Infantry Regiment.
Heavy rain will soak Northern Kentucky and the rest of the Bluegrass state Wednesday night and all day Thursday, leading to minor flooding on streets and at rivers and streams, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio. The ground already is saturated from recent downpours and record rainfall that doused the region last year. A flood watch might be issued Wednesday afternoon.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray unveiled a conceptual drawing Tuesday that showed the inside of a renovated Rupp Arena with an eight-sided scoreboard over the center of the basketball floor and a reconfigured lower level with more seats. Gray said during his annual State of the Merged Government speech in Lexington Center that the lower arena seating capacity would increase by 800 to 1,000 seats. The upper level would be rebuilt with all chair-back seats. Premium seating would be added. Other features would be enlarged concourses, additional restrooms and a lobby entrance off Triangle Park.