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Impact 100, an Owensboro philanthropy organization for women, will reveal its giving power for 2017 next week. [Read More]
A juvenile who was charged as an adult in a 2016 shooting on George Street that left a teen critically injured pleaded guilty to amended... [Read More]
Last month, Owensboro Municipal Utilities board members voted to begin the process of ending all coal use at the Elmer Smith Station power plant within... [Read More]
An influential U.S. government health panel is dropping its opposition to routine prostate cancer screening in favor of letting men decide for themselves after talking... [Read More]
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In the end, the Kentucky Mavericks came up just short. [Read More]
Tuesday's softball matchup between Daviess County and Owensboro wasn't close, but the Lady Devils held on longer than expected against the No. 8 team in... [Read More]
Nationally, the number of houses on the market this spring is said to be the lowest in nearly two decades. [Read More]
Months of financial uncertainty at Owensboro's City Hall may come to a head Thursday when officials are expected to unveil the city's 2017-18 fiscal year... [Read More]
Federal and state income taxes are normally due on April 15. [Read More]
Elizabeth Starrels sat in the examining chair of a Washington ear, nose and throat specialist in October 2012, weeping in frustration and pain.For the previous... [Read More]
U.S. Rep. James Comer, a Tomkinsville Republican representing Kentucky's 1st Congressional District, will host a town hall meeting in Ohio County on Thursday, April 13. [Read More]
David Probus, director of the Felix E. Martin Jr. Hall in Greenville, said that the "Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming" will have patrons laughing, stomping... [Read More]
The Burns Middle School guidance department is sponsoring an event Monday that aims to educate parents about current social media challenges during an event presented... [Read More]
Dustin Johnson was back on the stationary bike, moving forward without really going anywhere. [Read More]
Castlen, JoAnn D., 89, died Saturday. Service: Noon Wednesday at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. Entombment: Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation: After 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at... [Read More]
You didn't think those super-low gas prices would last forever, did you? [Read More]
Americans generally feel they're being over-taxed, especially around this time of the year. Even their president agrees. [Read More]
When not in the ring, Karashome's Political Scandal goes by Dexter Smidgen. His parents are Politically Correct and Midnight Rendezvous. [Read More]
Eddie Gran was not a happy offensive coordinator last Saturday. [Read More]
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