LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Lexmark is cutting 1,700 jobs, or almost 13 percent of its workforce, and says that it will stop making inkjet printers as part of a drive to cut costs as it deals with shrinking sales of inkjets.
The printer and software company said Tuesday that it will close its inkjet supply plant in the... Read More »
Working in coal mines can bring to mind dirty and dangerous labor. But for more than century, it often was lucrative.
Joe Caudill, who worked as a roof-bolter in an underground coal mine in Knott County in eastern Kentucky, brought home $105,000 last year, after factoring in overtime pay. But Caudill and... Read More »
Maybe they just wanted a little extra pepperoni.
Pizza Hut restaurants in the South have been hit by recent robberies, with incidents occurring in both Kentucky and North Carolina. A Louisville Pizza Hut branch was raided on Sept. 11 and, according to local media outlet WDRB, the caper wasn't a hard one to... Read More »
"Oh shoot!" or perhaps stronger language was used when Kentucky deputy Charles Wright discovered that he'd be losing his job for accidentally locking himself in a jail cell and then trying to shoot his way out with his own gun.
All sorts of excuses were offered. It seems the former deputy has claustrophobia,... Read More »