Former U.S. Senator Wendell Ford is weighing in on the 6th District congressional race, telling regulars at the Lexington Senior Citizens Center that they need to re-elect Democratic Rep. Ben Chandler to help protect Medicare.
Some tailgaters won’t be imbibing before the University of Kentucky’s football game against South Carolina this weekend. UK President Eli Capilouto has imposed an alcohol ban for non-reserved tailgating spots near the stadium in Lexington.
Indiana's Republican Senate nominee, Richard Mourdock, is backing away from the tea party rhetoric that helped him knock off veteran Senator Richard Lugar in the GOP primary as he tries to woo moderate voters.
Fort Campbell is holding suicide prevention training and other events this week as part of the Army's Suicide Prevention Month to educate soldiers, their families and civilians on how to spot the warning signs of suicide.
A judge in Nashville has held Tennessee's voter identification statute constitutional. The Tennessean reported the ruling by Davidson County Chancery Court Judge Carol McCoy. After about three hours of oral arguments Wednesday, McCoy ruled against civil rights attorney George Barrett, who contended the state constitution requires only proof of legal age, residency and registration.