The evidence accumulates that the Republican Party is sobering up — cotton-mouthed and slightly disoriented — from its recent ideological bender.
The following editorial appeared Friday in the Los Angeles Times:
Pima Community College has hired an interim boss for a campus recently left leaderless after two top officials were fired.
Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers makes its Arizona debut at the Desert Bluegrass Festival this weekend.
You may want to watch “American Haunting” with the lights on. It’s a new series that delves into the tormented lives of families experiencing paranormal activity in their homes. First up: A Kentucky residence where strange voices are being heard. 8 p.m., A&E.
The best day of the year in college football isn’t when your team whips Rival U or climbs into the Top 10, but rather when a private jet arrives in town and out steps your new coach/conquering hero.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Kentucky woman is suing a dentist, accusing him of dropping a small screwdriver down her throat that migrated to her digestive tract and later required surgery to remove.
Located about 1,200 miles away, the University of Kansas campus qualifies as the westernmost school remaining in the Final Four.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A tiny all-white Appalachian church in rural
Kentucky has voted to ban interracial couples from joining its
flock, pitting members against each other in an argument over
Big Red, the mascot of Western Kentucky University
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Residents of some Western and Plains states
were digging out Friday after an early blast of snow. Meanwhile,
heavy rain and winds that toppled trees, power lines and church
steeples lashed parts of the South, leaving three people dead.
ATLANTA — Sleepless in Seattle? Hardly. West Virginia is where
people are really staying awake, according to the first government
study to monitor state-by-state differences in sleeplessness.