- The former executive director of University of Louisville's Department of Family and Geriatric Medicine is accused of stealing $2.8 million in patient payments and other funds over a six-year period.
- An Associated Press investigation found the program evaded Cuba's Internet restrictions by creating a text-messaging service that could be used to organize political demonstrations.
- A southern Indiana woman and her boyfriend have been charged with committing sexual offenses against children in western Kentucky after prosecutors say they threatened the children with "hexes and curses"
- The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services is appealing a judge's order that it release case files on children who were being monitored by the state when they died or nearly died from abuse or neglect.
- The powerful quake and more than 20 significant aftershocks touched off landslides that blocked roads, knocked out power for thousands, damaged an airport and provoked fires that destroyed several businesses.