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Listen to Closet Factory designer, Kelly LaVine describe how she collaborated with her client to create a luxury dressing room. The custom, luxury dressing...

The ruling by Judge Karen Gievers handed down Friday could allow physicians to order patients authorized to use medical cannabis to inhale it.

a comedy piano duet written and choreographed by Jon Steinmeier (2000 - 2001) Performed by Jon Steinmeier and Hannah Warner Birtell Performed at Jon Steinmei...

The Chillicothe VA Medical Center recently recognized two local organizations during an event recognizing the center’s volunteers and the organizatio

On May 26 and 28, the Veterans History Project staff at the Library of Congress will host a series of developmental opportunities, as well as performances drawn from their collection of Veteran history material.

A prominent Florida attorney announced Friday that medical marijuana can now legally be smoked in the state.

Eli Young Band released an emotionally charged video for their new single, "Love Ain't."
The new clip follows the love story of Taylor Morris—an explosive ordnance disposal technician with the Navy who became a quadruple amputee after an explosion in Afghanistan in 2012—and his girlfriend of more

For the 18th year in a row, approximately 400 motorcyclists are set to ride into Tuscaloosa on Tuesday, as part of the Run for the Wall motorcycle ride.

Bravo's "Top Chef" is filming in Kentucky. Here's a behind the scenes look at what the crew and chefs have been up to.

The VA is asking veterans to be part of a new DNA database that could help deliver them better care.

In Dwight Yoakam's 30-plus-year career as a high-grade, hardcore, honky-tonkin', musical maverick, he hasn't recorded too many songs he co-wrote with other artists. He's covered a lot of songs other artists have written, but generally speaking, he wrote the majority of his singles by himself.

Lexington has employed a heard of goats to rid a Lexington park of invasive species and other debris. The goats started this week.

The long-awaited Brannon Road Extension project is now a little over a year away from completion. The road will connect Brannon Crossing shopping center to Tates Creek Road.

The concert will air live on PBS Sunday, May 27, 2018, from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. before a concert audience of hundreds of thousands and millions more at home and to troops serving around the world via the American Forces Network.

The Kentucky Castle launches its bluegrass concert series May 31 with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s John McEuen. The series is co-presented by Michael Johnathon’s Troubadour Concert Series.

Luke Bryan announced that his 10th annual Farm Tour will visit six cities this fall. The tour will make stops at farms in Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Florida, South Carolina and Georgia between Sept. 27–Oct. 6.
Over the years, Luke has awarded more than 50 college scholarships to local students from fa

Thousands of homeless Veterans have been given a permanent place to live and help returning to life thanks to HUD-VASH program. Learn how it works and what you can do to help.

Randall H. Gifford Jr., who founded with his wife Gifford’s Famous Ice Cream after they purchased a small dairy in Farmington in 1971 and another dairy in Skowhegan three years later, died Monday at the age of 90.

A free online qualifier for the National Horseplayers Championship (NHC) is set for Sunday on HorsePlayers.com, the official online qualifying site of the NHC. The top three finishers will earn automatic berths to the NTRA National Horseplayers Championship, to be held February 8-10, 2019, at Treasure Island Las Vegas. Each winning prize package includes NHC

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs sent this bulletin at 05/25/2018 09:10 AM EDT
[ABOVE] Veteran-owned business organizes 50-mile challenge for 700+ participants
Remembering a sailor lost in combat and to history: Charles Ogle returns home
On Dec. 7, 1941, Navy Fireman 1st Class Charles R. Ogle, (born in Goodsberry Township, Missouri in 1920) was assigned to the USS Oklahoma, which was moored at Ford Island, Pearl…