|Syrian army casualties surge, raising death toll
According to opposition activists in Syria, more than 2,000 Syrians have been killed in just over two weeks of fighting -- and almost half of them were pro-government forces.
|Doing the Most Good Kettle Campaign
Salvation Army Kettles will be out today in tomorrow as part of their "Doing The Most Good" campaign.
|Army Vet Saves Liberty's Independence Day Parade
City leaders in Liberty decided to cancel its Independence Day parade because of lack of interest.
One Army Veteran wasn't going to have it and has rallied community support to save the parade.
|Community Preps to Cope with Facility Completion
A stockpile of weapons of mass destruction is in central Kentucky but they're on target to be destroyed, safely, at the bluegrass Army Depot. Video
|Salvation Army Looking for Volunteers
Salvation Army is looking for volunteers for their annual Red Kettle Campaign.
|Salvation Army to Hold Zumba Charity Event
The Salvation Army is holding "Dancing for a Cause" to help recoup resources after a harsh winter.
|Local Camp Gives Taste Of Military Life To Kids
Kids interested in the armed forces can go to Millersburg, where the U.S. Army Cadet Corps hosts a camp each summer to give them a taste of military life. Video
|Visitation for London Soldier Killed in Combat
Visitation for Army PFC Dustin Napier of London who was killed in combat on January 8th, while serving in Afghanistan. Video
|Pentagon Lifts Ban, Kentucky Women To Benefit
The Pentagon lifted its nearly 20-year ban on military women in direct combat Thursday. And one Kentucky cadet said she may take advantage of that. Video
|Army Announces It Will Test Chemical Weapons Stored In Richmond
Thousands of chemical weapons are stored at the Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond. The Army plans to test some of them in 2014 to confrim they are still safe to store Video
|Soldier From Montgomery County Killed In Afghanistan
U.S. Army Soldier Dustin Gross, 19, was killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. Video
|U.S. Army Cadet Corps Responds To Sexual Abuse Allegations
The U.S. Army Cadet Corps in Bourbon County is responding to a lawsuit alleging that two cadets were abused at the school. Video