Feathers fly for Kentucky candidate

Kentucky has become the first battlefield in a nationwide fight to legalize cockfighting.  And now  this blood sport has even become a central issue in the race for U-S Senate as candidate Matt Bevin is takes heat for speaking at a rally for cockfighting.  We hear from Bevn tonight as he attends the Lincoln Day Dinner in Daviess County.

Three Indiana State Troopers are being honored for their life-saving work at a crash site last year in Spencer County.

The Public Service Commission has agreed to allow Big Rivers to raise its rates, but not as much as the utility requested.

We'll check out the food and fun at Henderson's Tri-Fest.

And the red-hot baseball Aces do battle tonight at the Braun.

See you at ten, David James djames@14news.com