A Danville man has died after falling out of a tree he was trimming in Lawrenceburg.
Updated: 8:06 AM
A relative says an Indiana state trooper is up and about after being wounded in a shootout in which he killed a man robbing a gun shop.
Posted: 8:02 AM
Officials at a southern Kentucky jail have charged 21 inmates after they failed drug tests.
Posted: 7:54 AM
The Kentucky National Guard is getting ready to celebrate more than two centuries of service to the commonwealth and the nation.
Posted: 7:50 AM
A restored OH-23 Raven helicopter used as a utility, observation and medical evacuation aircraft during the Korean War is being dedicated at Fort Campbell where it will be permanently displayed on the Warrior Transition Battalion grounds.
Updated: 7:46 AM
Perry County school officials are cleaning up Big Creek Elementary School after flash flooding.
Posted: 7:35 AM
An eastern Kentucky teen has died in a tractor accident.
Posted: 7:30 AM
A homeowner's daughter said the reason her mother's garage caught on fire today is because someone started the fire.
Updated: 4:15 AM
Campbellsville Police say a man walked into a hospital and stole cash.
Updated: 4:18 AM
Evansville police say a man flagged down police and surrendered after a convenience store robbery.
Updated: 6:38 PM
A new survey released by the CDC shows the number of smokers in America is going down. But what about in the commonwealth?
Updated: 6:31 PM
Jody Richards and Richardsville Elementary are setting examples for schools across the country.
Updated: 6:05 PM
The Republican-led House has passed a far-reaching anti-abortion bill, giving conservatives a claim to progress in their campaign against legal abortions and Democrats another reason to claim that the Republican agenda is anti-women.
Updated: 5:55 PM
- The mayor of Louisville, Ky., is among those in 18 cities, who are reviving a push against letting government food vouchers be used to buy soda and other sugary drinks.
Posted: 5:53 PM
U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell today welcomed Dr. Ching-Yi Lin of Bowling Green, Kentucky, to his office to personally congratulate her upon winning the 2013 Jefferson Award.
Posted: 5:03 PM
A makeover may be coming to city hall when it comes to security. The building opened in 1907, but the city commission says it's time to upgrade to modern day safety measures.
Updated: 4:13 AM
Three Tennessee clinics have received subpoenas for documents related to drugs from a Massachusetts specialty pharmacy linked to a fungal meningitis outbreak last year.
Posted: 4:44 PM
The Congressional Budget Office says a sweeping immigration bill before the Senate would cut deficits by $197 billion over 10 years.
Posted: 4:42 PM
Attorneys trying to pick a jury in George Zimmerman's murder trial have selected a pool of 40 potential jurors who will go on to a second round of questioning.
Posted: 4:38 PM
John Shafer oversaw a group of IRS workers who screen applications for tax-exempt status. He said he was unaware of any involvement by the White House in decisions to screen tea party groups.
Posted: 4:37 PM
The only Democrat left in Kentucky's congressional delegation says he will run for re-election next year.
Posted: 3:11 PM
A central Kentucky man says he's the target of a federal hacking investigation tied to an ongoing inquiry into the rape of a teenage girl in Ohio.
Posted: 3:08 PM
The Warren County Public Schools Board selected a new superintendent during a special meeting Tuesday evening.
Updated: 4:12 AM
Commissioners passed the final reading of a city budget that includes just more than 50 million dollars in the general fund.
Updated: 9:15 PM
A Kentucky State Police spokesman says it appears more than one person was involved in the ambush slaying of a Bardstown police officer.
Posted: 11:31 AM
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