Toyota Motor Corp. says it is recalling about 242,000 of its Prius and Lexus hybrid vehicles due to problems with their braking systems.
Posted: 11:48 AM
A one-time southern Kentucky cardiologist faces 30 to 37 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to overstating patient conditions to get payments for numerous heart procedures.
Posted: 11:46 AM
Two more churches in central Kentucky say they are cutting ties with the Boy Scouts of America over the organization's decision to allow gay youth.
Posted: 11:45 AM
The Kentucky attorney general's office says more than $11 million will be distributed to 7,801 eligible borrowers who submitted claims for mortgage servicing abuses.
Posted: 11:43 AM
The Kentucky Historical Society is offering free admission to veterans and active duty military personnel and their families this summer.
Posted: 11:42 AM
Land for the future National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park has been cleared in preparation for the June 28 ground breaking.
Updated: 6:21 PM
Two vehicles collide in Glasgow, leaving one woman is dead.
Updated: 2:35 AM
The military says two Fort Campbell soldiers died in Afghanistan after their unit was struck by an improvised explosive device.
Posted: 10:13 PM
Americans throw away more than a third of what they buy -- that's almost $400 a year per person, or more than an average month's worth of groceries.
Posted: 6:39 PM
Kentucky State Police say a small plane has crashed in Todd County in western Kentucky.
Updated: 10:55 PM
A Lebanon, Ky., man convicted in the torture slaying of a young couple will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Posted: 5:15 PM
People who fall behind on their income taxes in Kentucky are subject to losing state licenses to drive, practice law, even cut hair.
Posted: 5:10 PM
Kentucky's gasoline tax will automatically rise by 2.4 cents next month to 32.3 cents a gallon.
Posted: 5:09 PM
Hundreds of coal miners are rallying in western Kentucky over planned cuts to wages and benefits by Patriot Coal Corp. for union members.
Posted: 5:08 PM
Farmers in western Kentucky are planting more wheat in an effort to make up for last year's losses due to the drought.
Updated: 5:06 PM
A special forces soldier from Delaware and stationed at Fort Campbell in Kentucky has been killed in fighting in Afghanistan.
Updated: 5:19 PM
The company that operated nuclear plants in Kentucky and Ohio is suing the U.S. Department of Energy claiming the federal government owes it almost $38 million in unpaid fees.
Posted: 5:03 PM
Gov. Steve Beshear is calling for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to rethink proposed greenhouse gas regulations that he said would effectively ban new coal-fired power plants.
Posted: 5:01 PM
Tokyo native Jiro Hashimoto is retiring after 28 years as Kentucky's economic development representative in Japan.
Posted: 4:59 PM
What started out as a quiet morning in Metcalfe County turned out to be all but that, after police say someone shot a man.
Updated: 2:50 PM
Several parents filed a lawsuit Tuesday afternoon against the Warren County Public Schools regarding their decision to cap the number of non-resident students receiving state funding.
Updated: 9:28 PM
Ohio State University President Gordon Gee is retiring following the revelation of recorded remarks in which he criticized Notre Dame, Roman Catholics, and the Southeastern Conference.
Updated: 4:39 PM
A body has been found on the campus of Lindsey Wilson College.
Updated: 4:03 PM
The City of Bowling Green will have the first reading of its budget Tuesday night. Mayor Bruce Wilkerson says there will be no tax increases for residents.
Updated: 6:16 PM
A Tampa, Fla., socialite and her husband are claiming in a lawsuit that the government willfully leaked damaging information about them in the scandal that led to the resignation of Gen. David Petraeus as CIA director.
Updated: 9:16 PM
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