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The dip that formed suddenly on the Audubon Parkway in late April is apparently getting no worse, so the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet still plans to incorporate the repair of the roadway into a project to rehabilitate several miles of the parkway
Stripped shirtless, Todd Keith ran from officers , hopped in the back of a stolen limousine and screamed in agony as he was zapped by a stun gun in a metro Detroit police video. The video was featured on a national reality TV show, but the problem
State highway engineers still haven't determined the cause in the sudden dip that developed in the Audubon Parkway east of Hebbardsville two weeks ago . But there is good news: The dip doesn't seem to be worsening and, remarkably, the concrete
Darrin Phegley / The Gleaner Kentucky Transportation Public Information Officer Keith Todd crouches down to get a shot of the guard rail as it mimics a significant dip in the Audubon Parkway Thursday afternoon, April 24, 2014. A noticeable dip has
In the latest milestone in the $27 million project to replace the narrow U.S. Spottsville Bridge, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has selected a consultant to study possible options. We have initiated the hiring of a consultant to conduct a total,
Apparently, even a historic plaque honoring a hero of the American Revolution isn't sacred to metal thieves looking to make a few illicit bucks. Over the years, as the value of scrap metal has climbed, state highway officials have observed increasing
Kentucky transportation officials are expressing disappointment with the rusting of the U.S. North twin bridges over the Ohio River between Henderson and Evansville less than six years after they received a $22 million paint job. The repainting,
If the low bid of Spartan Contracting, LLC, of Campbell, Ohio, is ultimately accepted, the Glover Cary Bridge, or Blue Bridge as its more commonly known, across the Ohio River at Owensboro, Ky., will be repainted for about half what Kentucky
Gleaner staff Henderson County students will be in school on President's Day. Henderson County Schools will make up Wednesday's canceled classes on Feb. 18, according to Jinger Carter, the district's director of accountability and assessment.
Mike Lawrence/The Gleaner While blizzard conditions made travel difficult, (front to back) John Michael Randolph, 6 years-old, Brecken Randolph, 9 years-old, and Kristie Randolph took advantage of the snow to go sledding at Atkinson Park in Henderson.