Lexington Police say it was a man in a wig who robbed an Arby's Saturday evening.
A Lexington record store took part in celebrating National Record Store Day.
Safety and preparedness for those with autism was the focus of training, hosted by Lexington firefighters Saturday afternoon.
Kentucky authorities appear close to revealing details about a possible theft ring accused of siphoning bourbon from at least two whiskey makers.
State officials approved at or near maximum tuition increases at four state colleges on Friday.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will visit Louisville next week to meet with teachers and students and encourage Congress to replace the No Child Left Behind Act.
At least eight planes were diverted from Denver to Colorado Springs on Friday because of weather, and some passengers were left sitting on the tarmac for hours.
Prosecutors have dismissed charges against a Missouri police officer who was indicted in the nonfatal shooting of a suspect during an arrest last summer.
Visitors to the Massachusetts Statehouse will once again be able to view the statue of former President John F. Kennedy up close.
Pope Francis is asking the European Union to do more to help Italy with the mounting numbers of desperate people needing rescue in the Mediterranean on risky boat journeys to flee war, persecution or poverty.
The United Nations peacekeeping mission in Mali says two assailants attacked a U.N. convoy of civilian workers in north Mali, killing two.
Spain's prime minister says an investigation into an ex-minister and former International Monetary Fund chief over alleged fraud and money laundering is damaging his party, which faces a general election late this year.