Georgetown College says it received a $1 million gift from the James A. and Matha R. Brown Charitable Foundation.
18 horses were found neglected and malnourished at a Boyle County farm according to animal control.
The Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy. The youth organization filed a court document in Delaware bankruptcy court Tuesday. The announcement comes as the organization faces hundreds of sexual abuse lawsuits
A second man has been arrested and charged in connection with shooting at a house in Lexington, according to police.
Monday marks the 23rd anniversary of a lexington firefighter's, Chuck Williams Jr., last call.
Sheriff John Hollan says a budget has passed for Breathitt County Sheriff's Department. Last week, he announced it was forced to close.
In the aftermath of dangerous flooding in southeastern Kentucky, a church in Whitley County is hosting a singing benefit to help victims.
A former Carlisle city clerk, convicted of stealing more than $10K, received a probated five year sentence on Monday.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Monday that Clay County received $38,190 in emergency funds for road repairs.
So many faculty, staff and students are sick, Lee County Schools cancelled classes the rest of this week.
Lexington is beginning work on replacing two miles of sanitary sewer line between Oliver Lewis Way and Tates Creek Road.
Lawmakers asked the state Supreme Court in 2016 to start studying the impact of open courts.
Cleanup continues following that fiery train derailment last week.
Firefighters in Lexington are remembering a firefighter who lost his life 23-years ago.
A woman indicted in a deadly Whitley County crash more than three years ago is back in Kentucky.
Many Americans are off in honor of Presidents' Day. The federal holiday takes place on the third Monday in February.
Clean up continues in Eastern Kentucky where a train derailed because of a rock slide.
Georgetown Police say a tip lead to the arrests of 3 juveniles and the recovery of a stolen vehicle.
Wild Fig Book Store in Lexington held a community meeting to discuss its future Sunday.
State police are asking for your helping finding a 16-year-old male who ran away from his grandparent into a wooded area Sunday afternoon.