The city of Wilmore in Jessamine County will receive $2.5 million in U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development funds to upgrade its wastewater treatment facility and replace deteriorating sludge-holding basins.
This is shaping up to be a picture perfect spring weekend in the Bluegrass State, said WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey. Temps will turn toward the warm side, and it looks as if we keep the sunny skies. Bottom line: Get outside and enjoy!
A few snow shower or flurries will be possible out there through the first half of Saturday, according to WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey. Temps start in the 20s and end with highs in the upper 30s and low 40s. Gusty winds will make it feel much colder.
March roared out like a lion with high winds and severe thunderstorms; April is ready to start with a much colder pattern that can bring some significant cold shots our way, according to WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey.
The Kentucky House gave final approval Friday to Senate Bill 43, which will extend $80,000 death benefits and free tuition at state universities or community colleges to the families of paramedics who die in the line of duty.