Sunday Mar 23
Paris mayor's race offers chance to reimagine city
No one - neither Parisians nor visitors - wants a complete transformation. It's not by accident that Paris barely looks different from the 19th century, when Emperor Napoleon III came up with a grand plan for grand boulevards and low, white stone buildings.
Jury recommends 37-year prison term in attempt to kill two jail employees
A jury has recommended that Bass Webb serve 37 years in prison for attempting to kill two Bourbon county jail employees in 2009.
Man whose trap killed a dog in Paris in 2012 is sentenced to 90 days in jail
Greg Tyra, who set a trap in a public park where it killed a dog in 2012, was sentenced Tuesday to 90 days in jail plus five years of probation.
House panel approves local-option sales tax bill, but Stumbo calls bill 'bad policy'
A proposal to give cities and counties the option of asking voters to support a sales tax increase for local projects cleared a state House panel Tuesday, but it's future in the full House looks doubtful.
Promising 'big things,' Adam Edelen is focused on Governor's Mansion
After the GPS failed, state Auditor Adam Edelen took over, giving directions through downtown Paris to the young staffer driving, and he arrived to speak at the Rotary Club meeting about 20 minutes early.