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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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Resolution asks Congress to remove hemp from definition of marijuana
Resolution asks Congress to remove hemp from definition of marijuana Story courtesy lrc.ky.gov Frankfort, KY - Legislation asking Congress to remove hemp from the definition of marijuana in the federal Controlled Substances Act has cleared a House committee this week. As a concurrent resolution, HCR 35 would not become state law if passed by both the House and Senate.News from the Mother Country
Thanks to Deborah Fillman of the International Bluegrass Music Museum and Hall of Fame located in Owensboro, Kentucky, for exciting news about the Grand Opening of the IBMM in autumn of this year, when IBMM will complete construction on a $15-million, state-of-the-art museum dedicated solely to the preservation and history of bluegrass music. There is still ample opportunity for individuals, companies, associations, industry, and other donors to contribute.Jam Camp Coming to Bluegrass Museum this March
Here's your chance to play music in a fun environment, connect with other musicians, and receive top-notch jamming tips from an experienced teacher. Join us March 16-18, 2018 for the Wernick Method Jam Camp hosted by the International Bluegrass Music Museum.Some western Kentucky schools stay open during ice, accidents
The ice led to nearly seventy accidents across Daviess County, and led to closures of the Blue Bridge and parts of Highway 60. Yet some Daviess County schools still had classes. Some parents were outraged at that decision.Applications for $10k Leopold Award due Apr 15
Applications for $10k Leopold Award due Apr 15 Frankfort, KY -- Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles issued a reminder to Kentucky farmers that Leopold Conservation Award applications are due by April 15. Given in honor of renowned conservationist Aldo Leopold, the $10,000 award honors Kentucky farmers and other private landowners who voluntarily demonstrate outstanding stewardship and management of natural resources. The Kentucky Department of Agriculture contributes $2,500 toward the award with money from the Ag Tag Fund, which is funded by voluntary donations from farmers when they buy or renew their farm vehicle license plates.Ice, crashes close portions of Owensboro By-Pass
Kentucky State Police Troopers have reported several sections of the Highway 60 By-Pass as solid ice. KSP is reporting that traffic is being diverted or completely stopped in multiple areas of the road.Schools working to contain illnesses from spreading
The flu is still widespread across most of the country and many Tri-State schools continue to feel the effects. Daviess County schools are at 92.6 percent attendance, but say they are seeing most of their absences related to strep throat and a stomach bug.Daviess Co., Owensboro school officials discussing budget cuts
Owensboro and Daviess County School boards met Tuesday to figure out what to do about the enormous budget cuts proposed by state leaders. The commonwealth is facing a $200 million budget shortfall.Road leading to Gateway Commons opens
You've seen ribbon cuttings for new stores. But Owensboro city officials cut the ribbon on a new road leading to future stores.KY Thoroughbreds honor Owensboro teenager
It was a special event dedicated to 13-year-old Brookelynne Shannon. The eighth-grader died of complications from the flu on January 15. Four times as many people as usual attended the game to honor Brookelynne's life.KSP: no injuries reported after fire at Owensboro Fitness Center
Shortly before 11 a.m. Saturday, crews were dispatched to fitness center on Alvey Park Drive for a possible structure fire. According to Kentucky State Police, the fire started in the back of the center when something caught fire.Drivers ready for Beaver Dam Rest Area to reopen
January 26th was supposed to be the re-opening of the Beaver Dam Rest Area, but drivers will have to wait a little longer. Once called the Ohio County Travel Center, it abruptly closed in 2017, putting 13 people out of a job, and upsetting countless others.Kentucky shooting suspect ordered held; vigil for victims
People attend a vigil for the victims of a fatal shooting at Marshall County High School on Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018, at Mike Miller County Park in Benton, Ky. The 15-year-old accused of the fatal shooting on Tuesday, which left over a dozen injured, was ordered held Thursday on preliminary charges of murder and assault.Owensboro has a Kimberly Clark plant, and some are now worried about its future
The Kimberly Clark Plant in Owensboro employs over 300 people, so the loss of this plant would be an economic disaster for the area. Those 300 plus people could be in jeopardy of losing their high paying jobs, which would be about a $20 million loss to the community.New details on Spencer County babysitter attack in string of bizarre crimes
We're learning shocking new details about an attack on a Spencer County babysitter, just one stop in a string of attacks Thursday morning, all from one suspect. The man accused in a bizarre multi-state crime spree, 46-year-old Edward Warriner, remains in the Daviess County Jail.Man charged with attempted murder of police officer
Troopers say Officer Jennifer Haynes had tried to stop a vehicle suspected in crimes in Owensboro and the Reo, Indiana area. The driver attempted to flee from Officer Haynes but crashed into a Jeep Cherokee in the 2000 block of Old Henderson Road.Authorities: Car thefts and home invasion came before officer involved shooting in Owensboro
Detectives with the Spencer County Sheriff's Office have shed more light on what they say happened before an officer involved shooting in Owensboro. They say Edward Warriner Jr., stole a van in Evansville, then drove to Owensboro and tried to abduct a woman from a parking garage.
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