Kentucky fatalities en Increased Seat Belt Enforcement to Start Soon <p>Law Enforcement Officials in Kentucky are making preparations for this year&#39;s &quot;Click it or Ticket&quot; campaign, which is scheduled to start on May 20th. Although seat belt use has increased in the Commonwealth in recent years, more than fifty percent of the people killed in traffic accidents in the state aren&#39;t wearing seat belts at the time of their accidents. Greg Dennison of the Office of Highway Safety and Captain Steve Stratton of the Logan County Sheriff&#39;s Department talk with WKU Public Radio.</p> Mon, 14 May 2012 11:16:00 +0000 Dan Modlin 12250 at Increased Seat Belt Enforcement to Start Soon Kentucky Department of Health Says Death Toll Stands at 17 <p>Updating earlier reports on deaths and injuries in Kentucky, following Friday&#39;s severe storms, the Kentucky Department of Health says coroners in the state have reported seventeen fatalities. In addition, about 300 injuries connected to the storms have been reported.</p><p>Governor Beshear and Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson are touring some of the devastated areas today.Damage has been reported in forty Kentucky counties,and at least ten counties have declared states of emergency.</p> Sat, 03 Mar 2012 17:20:47 +0000 Dan Modlin 8490 at