A grand jury has found that a central Kentucky sheriff's deputy was "completely justified" in the fatal shooting of a suspect.
Posted: 9:04 AM
Kentucky wheat farmers are expected to harvest a larger crop this year.
Posted: 9:02 AM
A federal judge has ruled in favor of members of the Occupy Nashville movement who claimed their free speech rights were violated when they were arrested while protesting in 2011 on War Memorial Plaza.
Posted: 9:37 PM
Yokley said they received a death threat after the shooting and that this isn't the first time something has happened.
Updated: 1:35 AM
Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Secretary Joseph U. Meyer is retiring after more than 30 years in state government.
Updated: 7:09 PM
It's the first of its kind in the world and it's housed south central Kentucky. The new Sea Scan Arc Explorer" will save area rescue departments time and money.
Posted: 6:54 PM
The warm weather means plenty of outdoor activites. Not just for people, but for insects as well.
Updated: 6:15 PM
U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin says she plans to step down next month after four years as "America's doctor."
Posted: 5:47 PM
Bowling Green Police say there has been a rash of recent car break-ins.
Updated: 6:27 PM
A new Triple-A study says using voice commands to send text messages and emails from behind the wheel is more distracting and dangerous than simply using a cellphone.
Updated: 3:41 PM
A national traffic study shows congestion in Nashville has nearly doubled over the last three decades.
Posted: 3:37 PM
Corn farmers are feeling the impact of a cool, wet spring but are still expected to bring in a record crop this year.
Posted: 3:36 PM
Kentucky officials say a bus carrying students on a college visit when it crashed on an interstate had not received a state inspection in at least two years.
Posted: 3:35 PM
The Patton Museum at Fort Knox is scheduled to reopen to visitors on Friday after a three-year, $5 million renovation.
Posted: 3:33 PM
Southern Baptist Convention leaders have proposed a resolution expressing their opposition to the Boy Scouts of America's new policy allowing gay Scouts.
Posted: 3:32 PM
Rob Clayton, the principal at South Oldham Middle School in Crestwood, Ky, and one of three finalists for the Warren County Public Schools Superintendent position, will be in town Wednesday for a formal interview.
Updated: 1:38 AM
A Cleveland man has pleaded not guilty to holding three women captive in his home for a decade and raping them.
Posted: 9:10 AM
Appalachian counties are complaining about a decision to use $2.5 million of coal severance taxes to help pay for renovations at Rupp Arena in Lexington.
Posted: 8:53 AM
Vice President Joe Biden says Senate Republicans are scared of two of their freshmen: Ted Cruz of Texas and Rand Paul of Kentucky.
Posted: 8:51 AM
Fort Knox is preparing for a ceremony to welcome the new commander of the U.S. Army Recruiting Command.
Posted: 8:50 AM
A historical marker that tells about a Union Army officer who led a mass prison escape will be dedicated Saturday in Morgantown, where he was murdered in 1895.
Posted: 8:48 AM
Ninety recruits have reported to the Kentucky State Police Academy to begin a 23-week training program.
Posted: 8:46 AM
Muhlenberg County Water District #3 customers from Highway 81 to the county line will be under a boil water order starting Wednesday June 12 at 10am.
Posted: 3:19 AM
The Southern Baptist Convention has re-elected its first black president, the Rev. Fred Luter Jr.
Updated: 11:43 PM
Simpson County law enforcement are keeping their eyes open for a missing man who could be in the Franklin area.
Updated: 12:02 AM
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