Lexington police have charged the parents of a man found dead in a motel room with murder and exploitation.
Posted: 8:55 AM
Tourism spending in Daviess County jumped $10 million last year, according to a new state report.
Updated: 8:58 AM
Former state Treasurer Jonathan Miller will join two other state officials on a three-day Washington trip this week in hopes of getting the federal government to allow industrial hemp farming in the state.
Updated: 8:59 AM
More than 9,600 students will graduate this month from Kentucky's community and technical colleges.
Updated: 8:51 AM
Texas State Fire Marshal's Office spokeswoman Rachel Moreno says it's still undetermined what touched off the ammonium nitrate.
Updated: 11:11 PM
Cheering crowds gathered Monday night on the street near the home where police said Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight were found earlier in the day.
Updated: 4:13 PM
The Senate has passed a bill that could end tax-free shopping on the Internet for many shoppers.
Updated: 1:54 AM
If you shopped at a Mapco convenience store recently, your financial information may be at risk.
Posted: 8:28 PM
For years, gambling has been a hot-button issue throughout the state. Recent pushes to expand gambling to casinos have fallen short. But in recent years support has grown and what was once thought impossible is looking more like it could be reality.
Updated: 6:57 PM
For the second year in a row, The Gatton Academy has been named America's Best High School by Newsweek.
Updated: 1:48 AM
Starting as early as spring 2015, the ACT college admissions exam will go digital, reflecting students' tech savvy and the demand for quicker results.
Updated: 5:01 PM
The Kentucky Education Department says the designation allows the districts to seek exemption from some rules and regulations to try to improve student learning.
Updated: 4:49 PM
Children's toys scatter the front lawn of a home on VanMeter Lane that was destroyed by fire.
Updated: 10:18 AM
A motorcyclist is dead after crashing into a pickup in Franklin Monday morning.
Updated: 6:51 PM
The Bowling Green Independent School District Board will meet in special session on Monday night at 5:30 to discuss the non-resident agreement with Warren County Schools.
Updated: 1:48 AM
The American Red Cross of South Central Kentucky hosted a mock shelter today in Bowling Green.
Updated: 1:54 AM
The state is reporting that the economic impact of the tourism industry in Kentucky reached $12.2 billion in 2012.
Posted: 2:18 PM
Protesters in Louisville are criticizing Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for voting against a bill that would have expanded background checks for gun sales.
Posted: 2:17 PM
On May 2, Kentucky State Police say they received a drug tip from the Barren County Sheriff’s Office in reference to multiple suspected methamphetamine labs at a residence in Hart County.
Posted: 1:07 PM
It's the second week of the trial for Barren County Sheriff Chris Eaton and two other law enforcement officers.
Updated: 7:01 PM
Police say a central Kentucky man claimed to be a cannibal and threatened to eat a police officer while being arrested.
Updated: 4:32 PM
A Murray State University student has died after being shot in the head with a handgun.
Posted: 7:38 AM
Robertson County has agreed to changes at the jail after a U.S. Department of Justice investigation found constitutional rights violations.
Posted: 7:35 AM
The Kentucky Department of Education is moving to paper and pencil tests for the remainder of the school year after getting conflicting reports from test vendor ACT about its technology.
Posted: 7:33 AM
Churchill Downs employee David Arroyo told The Courier-Journal that Kentucky Derby spectators left behind an estimated 40 tons of garbage Saturday.
Posted: 7:31 AM
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