A New Jersey-based organization hopes to move its online-only hall of fame for creationist to a brick-and-mortar facility in northern Kentucky. The founders of the Creation Science Hall of Fame, which exists now only as a website, hope to locate along Interstate 75 about halfway between the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter.
Replicas of two of Christopher Columbus' ships during his first voyage to the New World will be docking in Louisville. The Pinta and Nina replicas will arrive Tuesday. Public tours will start the next day.
The mother of a western Kentucky woman who vanished in 1995 hasn't given up hope of solving the mystery that has confounded police. Heather Teague was sunbathing at Newburgh Beach in Henderson County when she disappeared.
It’s the second night of celebrations in Owensboro as the city officially reopens its downtown Smothers Park to the public. What those attending Friday’s events will see is a riverfront area that has received a complete facelift.
Groundbreaking for a key portion of the $2.6 billion Ohio River bridges project is scheduled for next week in southern Indiana. Governor Mitch Daniels and Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear are expected to take part in the ceremony for the East End crossing Aug. 30 at the Port of Indiana in Jeffersonville.
The Islamic Center of Murfreesboro has received its final approval after a nearly two-year legal battle to prevent it from opening. Islamic Center board chairman Essam Fathy said he was relieved and happy the mosque has its permanent occupancy permit.
Thousands of children in Kentucky live in homes where an adequate amount of food isn't a guarantee. Feeding America, Kentucky's Heartland launched a backpack program six years ago in Hardin County, and it has since spread to 33 counties.