Kentucky State Police say one man and three juveniles have been arrested after a home invasion in Grant Co. sent one woman to the hospital.
Baseball fans can catch a game at Waveland State Historic Site in Lexington that will recreate how the sport was played in the 1860s.
Governor Steve Beshear has proclaimed April as 911 education month in Kentucky. The proclamation encourages education on understanding the importance of 911, how the system works and what steps are needed to modernize it.
Mike Phillips, a standout basketball player at the University of Kentucky in the 1970s, has died in western Kentucky. He was 59.
Republican gubernatorial candidate James Comer is proposing an earned-income tax credit to reduce the tax burden on many Kentucky families.
Law enforcement agencies in northeastern Kentucky are working together to fight crime.
A New York congressman wants to make the use of chokeholds by police officers a federal crime.
A Cumberland, Rhode Island, man will serve time in prison for driving drunk four times in fewer than 48 hours.
A federal judge has rejected a request to delay his order for California to provide sex reassignment surgery for a transgender inmate.
Wedged between the two rising Asian powers of China and India, landlocked Nepal watched rescuers and offers of help pour in from both sides within hours of an earthquake that killed more than 4,000 people.
Bosses at nearly 200 movie theaters in Germany are refusing to screen "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" to protest against Disney bosses' raised rental fee for the much-anticipated film.
It had all the trappings of a down-home country fair somewhere well below the Mason-Dixon line.