A Frankfort real estate agent was sentenced Thursday to one year and a day on a federal charge of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. “I’m truly sorry and I’m ashamed of my actions,” Rick Pulliam said before the judge imposed a sentence.
Double Dogs vice president John Morrison said the restaurant is opening half of the patio for self-service, which should clear they way for dog owners to bring pets. But the Lexington health department says that's "news to us."
Double Dogs says patio will open to dogs
Watch a college 'dorm room' go up in flames
Take a flying tour of Lexington's newest road, which opens Friday
Their friends, their neighbors. Nicholasville speaks up for immigrants apparently detained