Two Pride festivals come to Morehead on Saturday as the mountain community celebrates LGBT rural life. Morehead and Rowan County is home to Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who received international attention in 2015 when she served time in jail rather issue same-sex marriage licenses.
Backers of Donald Trump are nervous about advertising their support for the Republican presidential nominee. They worry that neighbors will hate them, vandals will rip down lawn signs and people will snicker. Does that mean there’s a silent Trump vote that polls aren’t picking up?
A man was reportedly told he couldn’t pray on certain parts of Clemson University’s campus because he was not in a “designated free speech area” and inviting students to pray with him was solicitation.
After its sudden closure last week, Medtech officials are trying to get student records to those who need them. After Sept. 7, all records will be turned over to the Kentucky Commission on Proprietary Education.
The son of an American-Israeli man killed in a Palestinian attack last year has asked the global scout movement to expel its Palestinian branch after local members dedicated a recent training course to one of his father's killers.
Switzerland's executive branch on Wednesday announced plans to step up processing of asylum requests, building on a referendum result amid a growing backlog of African migrants trying to enter from Italy — many hoping to pass through to reach Germany.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte rejected proposals Wednesday for him to declare a state of emergency on a violent southern island to more rapidly defeat Abu Sayyaf extremists, who killed 15 soldiers in his government's largest single-day combat loss so far.
Video of fire whirl outside Jim Beam in 2003 inspired formal academic study on the phenomenon and how it could be used to clean up oil spills. The video of the Jim Beam fire whirl was posted online in 2011.
Bourbon-fueled fire tornado
5th graders invade Keeneland
Protestors use breakfast to criticize 'discriminatory' policies of Kentucky Farm Bureau