The sign is bright red and the Swartzentruber Amish do not believe in extravagant displays of color. Instead, they use reflective tape and lanterns.
The first indictment has been issued in a criminal probe into last year’s explosion at Massey Energy’s Upper Big Branch Mine that left 29 coal miners dead.
The mine’s Chief of Security Hughie Stover has been accused of lying to investigators and trying to destroy mine records.
A federal judge has determined that the widows of two men who died in a mine fire in West Virginia five years ago cannot hold federal mine inspectors responsible.
The ruling comes in spite of an internal review that found the inspectors culpable.
The ordinance would require any bedding that’s placed outside for trash collection to be wrapped in plastic so bed bugs can’t escape. Research entomologist Jeff White with the New Jersey-based Bed Bug Central says that’s a good first step, but more precautions should be taken.
City and suburban firefighters Tuesday kicked off Fire Prevention Month, and firefighters again used the ceremony to stress the importance of basic home safety.
Only 14 days remain in the 2010 Kentucky General Assembly, with hundreds of bills still awaiting final action.
Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend, and Louisville firefighters say that means it’s time to change smoke detector batteries.
Indiana officials are encouraging drivers to stop texting behind the wheel.
Thousands of area Toyota drivers are expected to make appointments with technicians to fix potentially defective accelerators on some models. To repair a flaw that caused some accelerators to stick, Toyota has sent new parts to technicians across the country and notices to drivers who need to have their vehicles fixed. At Swope Toyota in… Continue reading Toyota Dealers Prepare For Accelerator Fix
Violations of laws and board of education policies were on the rise in Jefferson County schools last year.