The library in Paris was damaged by high winds Monday morning, but its not the first delay in its renovation and expansion this year.
Below normal temperatures return for the remainder of the week, with the chance for wintry precipitation by late Wednesday.
Strong winds also knocked out power to more than 14,000 people in Lexington according to Kentucky Utilities.
Passport Health Plan says it will open a new office in eastern Kentucky by early next year that will employ about 40 people.
Twenty-one states are asking a federal appeals court to overturn provisions of Maryland's gun-control law that ban 45 assault weapons and a limit gun magazines to 10 rounds.
A fire official says one person has died and another has been injured after a blaze broke out at a home in Louisville.
Brown family attorney Benjamin Crump: Ferguson grand jury announcement coming Monday evening.
Roman Catholic leaders in Philadelphia believe as many as 2 million people will turn out to see Pope Frances during his first U.S. visit as pontiff.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is heading to St. Louis as anticipation mounts about a possible grand jury decision on whether to indict a white police officer in the fatal shooting of a black 18-year-old.
Amnesty International says a Belgian company destroyed hundreds of homes near a mine in southeastern Congo and lied about it for years with the help of a government cover-up.
The U.S. State Department has condemned the decision by Gambia's president to approve a law imposing life imprisonment for some homosexual acts.
Teenagers carrying weapons stand at checkpoints and busy intersections in Iraq's second-largest city, Mosul. Patched onto the left arms of their black uniforms are the logos of the Islamic Police.