Increasing clouds for the weekend
Cloud cover will increase overnight with skies becoming mostly cloudy by early Sunday. Morning lows will fall back into the mid-40s with highs in the low to mid-60s. ...
Get lost in the fall fun at a corn maze
October brings the best of the fall fun, with pumpkin patches, hay rides, corn mazes and haunted houses.
KY3's Drew Douglas reports on the family-friendly fun at Campbell's Maze Daze and Pumpkin Patch, but be sure to check out lots of other fall attractions listed here:
Royals win 94th game of season, eliminate Twins from playoff picture
The Minnesota Twins were eliminated from the AL wild-card race Saturday, getting stifled by Yordano Ventura for seven innings in a 5-1 loss to the Kansas City Royals.
Ventura (13-8) carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning and struck out 11 to win his third straight decision for Kansas City (94-67), which momentarily pulled ahead of Toronto (93-67) for home-field advantage through the postseason. The Blue ...
Freshman backup QB leads Missouri over South Carolina 24-10
Three turnovers helped Missouri on its way to a 24-10 victory against South Carolina Saturday.
Freshman Drew Lock started at quarterback for Missouri in place of Maty Mauk, who was suspended Tuesday for violating team policies. Lock completed 21 of 28 passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns, helping the Tigers (4-1, 1-1) win their first Southeast Conference game of the season.
Lorenzo Nunez threw three interceptions ...
FEMA hiring temporary workers for flooding, storm recovery efforts
FEMA wants some help cleaning up the mess Mother Nature left behind in Missouri this summer.
A limited number of temporary full-time and part-time positions for approximately four to six months are available locally with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). FEMA will recruit and screen individuals to be trained to document several types of disaster-related damage to roads and various other structures. The job requires ...
Arkansas governor says he's not looking at execution delay
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says he's not considering delaying upcoming executions in his state after those in neighboring Oklahoma were halted due to its prison system receiving the wrong lethal injection drug.
Hutchinson told reporters Friday he doesn't have any second thoughts about signing a new state law earlier this year that allows Arkansas to keep the source of its lethal injection laws secret. An attorney ...