Search on for murder suspect, man found dead in yard

State police say they are looking for a murder suspect after a man was found dead in the yard of a home on State Route 189 in Greenville Tuesday afternoon.

Nonprofit serving Kentucky veterans receives national honor

A nonprofit organization that serves Kentucky veterans received national recognition after operating for only two years.

Gov. Beshear appoints adjutant general as first act in office

In his first act as governor, Andy Beshear appointed a new adjutant general.

Louisville native to serve as U.N. Ambassador

Another Kentuckian has been nominated to fill a high-ranking position within the U.S. government.

Muslim-Jewish issues group forms chapter in Louisville

A national group that focuses on issues common to Muslims and Jews in the U.S. has launched a chapter in Louisville.

Hepatitis A outbreak over in northern Kentucky

Health officials in northern Kentucky have declared the hepatitis A outbreak over in the region.

Hepatitis A outbreak over in northern Kentucky

Health officials in northern Kentucky have declared the hepatitis A outbreak over in the region.

Democrat Andy Beshear sworn in as Kentucky governor in midnight swearing

Democrat Andy Beshear was sworn in as Kentucky's governor during a private ceremony early Tuesday, just after midnight in the Governor's Mansion.

New members appointed to State Board of Agriculture

Eight new members have been appointed to the State Board of Agriculture and five have been reappointed.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

Upcoming new look and production of KY license plates

Kentucky will get new, modernized license plates starting next year.

Beshear and Coleman’s inauguration to blend new and traditional events

Expect to see a mixture of the traditional and the new at Tuesday’s inauguration of Governor-elect Andy Beshear.

Beshear completes filling cabinet secretary posts

Gov.-elect Andy Beshear has appointed a former state Supreme Court justice and an ex-federal prosecutor to run two state cabinets.
Matt Bevin

Governor Bevin touts accomplishments in farewell to staff

Gov. Matt Bevin says his administration helped put Kentucky on an upward trajectory as he prepares to hand over power to his Democratic successor.

Kentucky police seize air fryer containing 20 pounds of meth

Police in Kentucky confiscated an unusual holiday gift from a suspect's home, about 20 pounds of meth that was shipped through the mail in an air fryer.

Supreme Court leaves Kentucky’s ultrasound law in place

The justices did not comment on Monday in refusing to review an appeals court ruling that upheld the law.

New manager named for Perryville Battlefield

Kentucky State Parks Commissioner Donnie Holland says a Civil War author, re-enactor and tour guide has been selected as the new manager at Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site.
Deer, Hunting

Record number of deer killed during Kentucky gun season

Hunters have killed a record number of deer in Kentucky during the recent gun season.

Kentucky History Treasures: A murder mystery of the 1899 Ky. Gov.

The assassination of a just-elected Kentucky Governor, William Goebel, shot down in 1900 in front of the old State Capitol.

Louisville man arrested in 1990 rape after DNA tests performed

Kentucky police have arrested a Louisville man in a 1990 rape case after DNA tests were performed on previously untested items in a rape kit.

26 year old Morehead man declared missing

Laurel County Deputies are asking for the public’s help searching for a missing person from Morehead.

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