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Owensboro is located in northwestern Kentucky. The city has claimed to be the "BBQ Capital of the World." It hosts the International BBQ Festival and Competition annually. Owensboro is also the host of Men Who Cookâ€”Celebrity Chefs Gala & Auction, a unique annual fundraiser for the city. The event includes food, live music, as well as silent and live auctions. Notable residents of Owensboro have included actor Johnny Depp (Crybaby, Pirates of the Caribbean) and actress Florence Henderson (The Brady Bunch).
Local Newspapers: Messenger Inquirer
Local Sports Teams: Louisville RiverBats (IL)
Local Colleges: Brescia University Kentucky Wesleyan College
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Fmr. Webster Co. constable facing another sex crime charge
According to Owensboro police, Shelton was arrested Friday on a sodomy charge stemming from an incident in July involving a juvenile victim in Daviess Co. Shelton was previously arrested in October 2016 on two counts of sexual abuse in the first degree, and a felony burglary charge.New immunization laws set
In addition to immunizations already required for schoolchildren to attend public schools, state law will require Hepatitis A shots for all students and a meningitis booster for those 16 and older, beginning with the 2018-19 academic year. While that sounds like plenty of time, that's not necessarily the case for the Hepatitis A vaccine, which comes in a two-part series.ROMP Festival Announces Initial 2018 Lineup
The 2018 ROMP Festival will be held at Yellow Creek Park in Owensboro, Kentucky on June 27 - 30. Organizers from the International Bluegrass Music Museum have announced the initial lineup for the 15th annual event. Leading the first set of confirmed ROMP Fest 2018 performers is Alison Krauss .More starving dogs rescued in Owensboro
On Wednesday, two boxers were saved from a home. Friday, two more dogs rescued. We've learned, these two cases are related.Owensboro Symphony kicks off it's Christmas season
Four homeowners in Owensboro are taking Christmas decorating to the next level, and this Saturday, Dec. 9, anyone can check it out. Lee Hall is one of the lucky four.Grassicana chart launches at Bluegrass Today
As any devoted radio listener knows, bluegrass DJs are a diverse group. From hometown stations featuring local bands and keeping it strictly traditional, to stations that play edge-of-grass bands that don't quite have a genre to describe them, you can find it all on bluegrass radio.Chamber Young Professionals hosting Lyft Day
The Greater Owensboro Chamber Young Professionals are hosting a Lyft informational session on Saturday at 10 a.m. at the O.Z. Tyler Distillery. "Being successful in bringing a ride sharing service to Owensboro was a huge win for CYP," said Chamber Talent Programs Manager and Leadership Owensboro Executive Director, Jessica Shely Kirk.Owensboro city leaders work to avoid water crisis, talk of proposed water plant
Owensboro city leaders are working to avoid another water crisis like the major water main break last week . They want the Owensboro Municipal Utilities Plant where it happened to be replaced.New immunization laws set
In addition to immunizations already required for schoolchildren to attend public schools, state law will require Hepatitis A shots for all students and a meningitis booster for those 16 and older, beginning with the 2018-19 academic year. While that sounds like plenty of time, that's not necessarily the case for the Hepatitis A vaccine, which comes in a two-part series.Teen arrested in Oglesby man's death
A 17-year-old boy was taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force in Owensboro, Ky. The boy, whose name was not released, was arrested on a charge of complicity to commit murder and robbery.Owensboro/Daviess Co. schools announce make-up dates for water leak closure
Officials with Daviess County Public Schools and Owensboro Public Schools have announced a make-up date for students and staff following a closure due to the water main leak and boil notice across the area. Daviess County Public School officials announced Thurs., May 17, 2018, will be the make-up day for the Dec. 1 closure.Adkisson to speak at monthly Paducah Chamber breakfast
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dave Adkisson will be the featured speaker for the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce December "Power in Partnership" breakfast.Manhunt for Owensboro fugitive ends
U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force and Daviess County Sheriff's Deputies found and arrested 41-year-old Gordon Cline, of Owensboro, on a Parole Violation warrant and meth-related charge. We're told police have been searching for Cline for days.Wilson Central's Laribo signs with Kentucky Wesleyan trackWilson...
Wilson Central's K.J. Laribo signs to run track for Kentucky Wesleyan of Owensboro, Ky., on Thursday. Seated with him are mother Sandra, sisters Kenedi and Brooklyn and father Kenard Laribo.John Ivey Promoted to iHeartMedia President of CHR Programming Strategy
He will report to Tom Poleman , Chief Programming Officer for iHeartMedia. In his new role, Ivey will oversee iHeartMedia's CHR and Rhythmic CHR brand formats and work to improve the company's Top 40 brands in its over 150 markets.Disruption in water service disrupts schools, businesses
It started Thursday morning with a leak at OMU's main water plant on East 4th Street, near Daviess County Middle School. Crews are still working to fix that leak, and get all repairs done.Schools closing, boil water notice issued in Owensboro and Daviess Co.
Daviess County Schools say their elementary schools are dismissing at 12:30 p.m. and middle and high schools will dismiss at 1:30 p.m. City officials say OMU has closed 4th Street from Wing Avenue to West Highland Court because of a water main leak. Boil advisory in Owensboro and Daviess County.Owensboro man arrested after high speed chase
A U.S. Marshals fugitive task force had tried to stop 37-year-old Thomas Wilson, Jr. on New Hartford Road in the area of Daviess County High School. Police say they believed that Wilson had a wanted, violent felony offender in his vehicle.KY Firefighter Continues Family Fire Service Tradition
Nov. 27--Andrew Wilson is the newest hire on the Daviess County Fire Department, but he isn't new to the life of a firefighter. He has sat in the back of the family truck while his dad was on runs, heard family stories of wrecks or structure fires, and has seen the effects of long swing shifts.Owensboro officials seek to increase tax authority
The city of Owensboro, alongside its area economic development partners and the Kentucky League of Cities, have a message for the Republican-led General Assembly set to reconvene this spring: Give us the freedom of choice.
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