Author: WNKY Staff

Spring cleaning & pets: unsuspected dangers

(KPRC) As you start to do deep spring cleaning, pet owners should be warned that this time of year more pets are rushed to emergency vets for ingesting household products or insecticides. Monica Schmidt with the Houston Humane Society says the most frequent cases of pet toxicity they see is when dogs or cats get into insecticides and rodent killers,…

“We have to decide to get back up”

(KSL) You can usually tell how well a motivational speaker is doing by how quickly the audience pays attention especially for how long they pay attention. Whenever Gabe Adams enters a room, he knows he has his crowd right away. He starts his speech by going across the stage and then falling down. “Sometimes in life, we fall down. But…

Sunrise Spotlight – Arbor Day in Bowling Green

Jared Weaver from the Bowling Green Tree Board joins SoKY Sunrise to talk about the Arbor Day festivities happening this year. The day is more than just an opportunity to educate the public, they want everyone to enjoy themselves as well as learn. There are activities for children and adults such as a bicycle rodeo, inflatables, face painting, drawings for…

SoKY’s Choice – Riverview at Hobson Grove

South central Kentucky offers various experiences to take a break from the present and travel to the past. In today’s SoKY’s Choice, we take you to Riverview at Hobson Grove, where you can take a look at the life and times of a prosperous family that lived in the late Victorian era. An event called “Timeless Manners” will be held…

Record-setting python captured

(WBBH/NBC News) Researchers have removed a record-setting python from Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve. A crew found the snake, the ever found in Big Cypress National Preserve, while they were tracking another. By tracking male pythons with radio transmitters, researchers can find nearby breeding females, which is how they found the massive mom-to-be. She was more than 17 feet long,…

Infant deaths linked to “Rock-N-Play” sleeper

(NBC News) The Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning parents and caregivers about infant deaths linked to Fisher-Price’s “Rock-n-Play” sleeper. At least ten infants have died in the sleepers since 2015. According to reports the children died when they rolled over in the device. None of the children were wearing restraint straps at the time. The CPSC is recommending caregivers…

20-year-old Glasgow man arrested on drug and weapon charges

GLASGOW, Ky.- A 20-year-old Glasgow man was arrested over the weekend after police say they pulled his vehicle over for an expired license plate. The traffic stop happened Saturday on South Green Street. According to Glasgow police, officers say they saw a magazine clip to a handgun in the car, along with a .40 caliber gun in the driver’s waistband….

Trump shakes up Department of Homeland Security

(NBC News) The Trump administration has announced a major shake-up in the Department of Homeland Security. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen has resigned, under pressure from President Trump. “I share the president’s goal of securing the border,” Nielsen said. “I will continue to support all efforts to address the humanitarian and security crisis on the border.” The president announced…