Three construction workers were injured after being hit by a car in a work zone along the Bluegrass Parkway in Anderson County, according to KSP.
Kentucky leads Tennessee by 430 donations after day two of the annual Big Blue Crush blood drive.
The troubled Martin County Water District will be under new management in 2020. The official announcement will be made Wednesday.
Police say Joseph Arron Alcorn is wanted for non-compliance and probation violation.
Lexington has been rated by the Human Rights Campaign since 2013 and has increased its score, moving up from 53 to 93.
“The Lee and Hayley Show" will debut on Monday, February 17, and will air weekdays on WTVQ ABC 36.
A Laurel County man pleads guilty for a DUI crash that killed his mother.
The Estill County Water District says the advisory began at 5:30 p.m. on November 19.
Tuesday, leading horse racing groups like the Keeneland Association launched a safety coalition to address issues that some say threaten the sport's survival.
Sickness has forced Berea Community Schools to close Wednesday.
Human skeletal remains were discovered in Perry County.
One person had to be cut from their car following a wreck in Lexington Tuesday afternoon.
Multiple organizations are scheduled to gather at Keeneland Tuesday to announce a new effort to "unify and enhance" horse racing safety.
Investigators have identified a woman who they say was hit and killed late Monday night while walking in the middle of US 127 in Mercer County.
CANstruction is a charity art exhibition that features structures made entirely out of full cans of food, and at the end competition they are are donated to God's Food Pantry.
Rupp says seven events will go on sale in the month of November.
Overview: A weak storm system on Tuesday will give us a chance of afternoon showers but don’t expect anything heavy. A stronger storm system...
The church is hosting a toy drive focused on homeless kids in Lexington.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health says teenagers who want to stop using e-cigarettes or other tobacco products can text or call the toll-free My Life, My Quit number.
Eight employees are suing the Lincoln County Jailer for sexual harassment and sexual discrimination in the workplace.