The Fayette County Coroner said a fight in Estill County last Friday had led to a man's death.
United Way of the Bluegrass said its 'Fill the Truck' campaign would begin on Saturday, November 29. The non-profit planned to collect new toys, coats and outerwear at Walmart on Richmond Road in Lexington for the next three Saturdays.
Footballscoop.com reports Brown on short list for head coaching job. Coach Stoops concerned with UofL's rushing attack.
A jury has awarded the parents of a child who suffered a brain injury during his birth more than $18 million in damages.
The Tennessee Valley Authority says it will offer another opportunity for the public to comment on options being considered for the future of the Shawnee Fossil Plant in western Kentucky.
Missouri's Cottey College has named a new president.
A government report says the smoking rate for U.S. adults dipped below 18 percent for the first time last year.
More than 550 flights have been canceled nationwide so far today -- the bulk of them in the Northeast, where rain and snow is hampering pre-Thanksgiving travel.
The federal program that requires weeks of monitoring for travelers from African countries with Ebola is turning a month old. And so far, no cases of the disease have turned up.
Deforestation in the Amazon rain forest has dropped 18 percent over the past 12 months, falling to the second-lowest level in a quarter century, Brazil's environment minister said Wednesday.
A Spanish judge has ruled health authorities didn't commit a crime when they euthanized Excalibur, a dog that belonged to a nursing assistant who contracted Ebola last month.
A rare woolly mammoth skeleton has been bought by a private buyer for 189,000 pounds (nearly $300,000) at a British auction.