Highs Friday will only be in the 60s with showers and some rumbles of thunder moving in, according to WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey. The heaviest rains will occur in the afternoon and evening, especially across the eastern half of the state.
The Woodford County planning commission on Thursday night denied the rezoning of agricultural land for the proposed Woodford Place development that would have put 255 residential units on the eastern edge of Versailles.
Two former Versailles residents allegedly affiliated with the street gang 22 Boys pleaded not guilty Thursday in federal court in Lexington to charges of being illegal aliens who made false statements to the government or on official documents.
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.
Versailles City Council voted 6-0 to rezone and annex the property on Big Sink Road where More Than a Bakery LLC plans to build. The company, which will make cookies and snack crackers, plans to eventually employ more than 300 people.
The site for a new cookie and cracker factory in Versailles is near a large sinkhole and underground stream, which has residents concerned that the plant will worsen periodic flooding in the surrounding area. Versailles City Council gave first-reading approval to annexation of the property Thursday.