A magazine says Kentucky is number 1 when it comes to whitetail deer hunting.
Updated: 2:47 AM
Anthony Weiner's run for a renaissance is officially on.
Posted: 2:42 AM
A teenager is thrown from a four-wheeler in Logan County and charged with a DUI.
Updated: 1:41 AM
North Korea says that a "special envoy" for leader Kim Jong Un has left for China.
Updated: 10:43 PM
The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved far-reaching immigration legislation that gives a chance at citizenship to millions living in the country illegally.
Updated: 7:39 PM
The Senate has voted to keep a $400 million annual cut -- or roughly a half of 1 percent -- to the food stamp program in a farm bill it is considering this week.
Posted: 7:05 PM
Republicans controlling the House are pressing ahead with slashing cuts to domestic programs far deeper than the cuts departments like Education, Interior and State are facing under an already painful round of automatic austerity.
Posted: 6:56 PM
Democrat Martha Shoffner resigned effective Tuesday from the office she has held since 2007 and was re-elected to in 2010.
Updated: 7:02 PM
For those who want to help the victims in Oklahoma and across the Midwest, the Better Business Bureau says it's time to be aware.
Updated: 6:07 PM
Many school districts require them to develop a plan and in this case Rathbun said there's no safer place he'd rather be.
Updated: 1:35 AM
Glasgow Police Sgt. Jessie Barton has been placed on Administrative Leave without pay pending the outcome of an investigation.
Updated: 1:43 AM
Students from the Western Kentucky University Meteorology Department are in the Midwest tracking severe storms as part of their field methods class.
Updated: 6:18 PM
Tea party activists have rallied outside a federal building in Louisville, chanting it's time for the IRS to go because of its extra scrutiny of conservative groups.
Posted: 4:47 PM
Another round of protests involving United Mine Workers of America and their supporters results in about a dozen arrests in downtown St. Louis.
Posted: 4:44 PM
Former Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer's sister has resigned as assistant executive director of the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance.
Posted: 4:43 PM
Eastern Kentucky University says it's giving buyout packages to 127 employees who applied for them and were accepted.
Posted: 4:40 PM
The National Weather Service says the tornado's path was 17 miles long and 1.3 miles wide.
Posted: 3:33 PM
Hundreds gathered to voice their opinions on the controversial non-resident agreement between Warren County and Bowling Green Independent Schools last night.
Updated: 1:38 AM
The Dalai Lama called aggression a sign of weakness and compassion a sign of strength as the Buddhist spiritual leader spoke to a group of students in Louisville.
Posted: 11:42 AM
The health department in northern Kentucky says it plans to stop offering well-child visits because Medicaid no longer offers reimbursement for them.
Posted: 11:40 AM
A coroner says a worker helping crews prepare to paint the Glover H. Cary Bridge in Owensboro has died.
Updated: 5:02 PM
Families and friends will be meeting loved ones this week at Fort Campbell, where more soldiers are returning to the post on the Kentucky-Tennessee border from Afghanistan.
Posted: 11:36 AM
Two former officials of defunct cattle broker Eastern Livestock are set to be sentenced for their roles in a $32 million check-kiting scheme.
Updated: 4:45 PM
The Oklahoma state medical examiner's office says that 20 children are among the dead in the tornado that ripped through Oklahoma City suburbs.
Posted: 11:46 PM
Explosive materials, marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found inside a home in Hancock County Monday.
Updated: 2:01 AM
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