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MSU challenges students to 24 hours of community service

Iron Eagle Challenge will begin 9 a.m. Friday, March 29. 

LCA to celebrate 30th anniversary with star-studded concert

Will feature multi Grammy and Dove Award winners Paul Overstreet and Jason Crabb on April 24.

Beshear opposes Bevin’s Medicaid changes

Beshear says protecting Medicaid is part of his health care plan.

Jussie Smollett’s attorneys say criminal charges dropped

Smollett attorneys say Smollett's record "has been wiped clean."

Child Abuse Prevention Month event Wednesday at State Capitol

Pinwheel planting Wednesday will kick off April as Child Abuse Prevention Month

Fayette Co. students take top honors at art competition

The first-place and special award winners advance to state competition.

KYTC: Fatal accident on I-275 EB, lanes back open

Campbell County emergency officials say a driver ran into the back end of a parked vehicle on highway

Sensory-friendly Easter event at Fayette Mall

Children with special needs and their families are invited to Fayette Mall for a special sensory-friendly event.

Police searching for suspect in Massachusetts hotel shooting

Police say they responded to a reported “active shooter” situation at the Crown Plaza in Natick around 3 a.m. Tuesday

UPDATE: Valley View Ferry back on regular schedule

KYTC: Ferry is open and running Wednesday, after closing yesterday for maintenance repairs.

UPDATE: KSP arrest man in McCreary County fatal shooting

Kentucky State Police say a man is dead after a shooting in McCreary County.

KSU First Lady Adrienne Allen-Brown presents ‘Changing HerStory’

15 students to take part in four-day educational trip

Traffic Alert: Partial closure on Vine Street for about a month

For installation of curbing and two stormwater inlets

KSP: Elkton man facing several charges after vehicle theft

KSP: 36-year-old Patrick Crafton, of Elkton, was arrested

Benjamin Mohler named VP of Resource Development for KCTCS

Kentucky Community and Technical College System announced the appointment Monday

Kentucky man who stopped to feed homeless fights traffic citation

Morris Soard pleaded not guilty in court last week.

Prosecutor opposes dismissing charges in Rhoden massacre probe

Attorneys for Fredericka Wagner's want judge to drop obstruction, perjury charges