Historical marker unveiled at Kentucky gym where Ali trained

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - People passing by the Kentucky gym where Muhammad Ali learned to box can see a new historical marker that has...

Police: Woman smoking while pouring gas set self on fire

Investigators say the woman was smoking a cigarette and believe the vapors from the gasoline inside the closed garage sparked the fire.

Red Cross, Kentucky Power install free smoke alarms on MLK Day of Service

It is the second smoke detector install event in eastern Kentucky.
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KSP: Driver runs stop sign, causing fatal crash in Trigg County

Kentucky State Police say 21-year-old Brandon Hare, of Cadiz, failed to stop at a stop sign and was hit by a 1999 Honda Civic.

Earthquake shakes Southern Kentucky

An earthquake measuring 3.8 hit sometime around 2 p.m. near Fincastle, Tennessee.

Man sentenced for punching Trump protester outside rally

A Kentucky man has been sentenced to 120 days in jail for punching a protester outside an August rally for President Donald Trump in Cincinnati.

LCSO: Toddler found covered in dog poop, adults facing abuse charges

Laurel County Sheriff’s Office says Joey Ridener and Tammy Hammons, both from London have been arrested and charged with criminal abuse during a welfare check Friday morning in a home off Park Subdivision Road.

Psychological evaluation for former Miss Kentucky in sexting case

A former Miss Kentucky and middle school teacher will undergo a psychological evaluation prior to her sentencing in a sexting case involving a 15-year old student.

Ousted board of education members take case against governor to federal court

Ousted Kentucky Board of Education members take their case against the governor to federal court in partnership with the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Legislative leaders consider having witnesses take an oath

Kentucky General Assembly leaders are considering requiring witnesses who testify during legislative committee meetings to be sworn in under oath.

Kentucky governor makes case for criminal-justice reforms

Beshear said the rising inmate populations and crumbling prisons are sapping the state of money needed for education and health care.

House Republicans to offer public assistance reform bill

Lawmakers say the bill will encourage people to enter the workforce by helping them overcome such barriers as health insurance and child care costs.

Mother, daughter die in residential fire

A mother and her 6-year-old daughter were found dead after their home caught fire.

Kentucky Senate: Have state elections in even-numbered years

The proposal passed in the Senate Thursday, sending it to the House. It would shift the statewide elections to even-numbered years starting in 2028.

Lawmaker: Changes being made to Kentucky immigration bill

Employees of domestic violence shelters, rape crisis centers and other state agencies will be exempted from a high-profile immigration bill.

Leaders urge Kentuckians to join fight against hunger

Governor Andy Beshear signed a proclamation declaring January as Hunger-Free month in Kentucky.

Fake texts about military draft circulate around Kentucky

Selective Service System officials say there have been reports of text messages claiming that a military draft is imminent.

KY man pleads guilty in child sex abuse case in another country

Micky Rife pleaded guilty Thursday to inappropriately touching two girls under the age of 12 while living in Cambodia, according to prosecutors.

Raccoons found in Frankfort test positive for distemper

The City of Frankfort released tips on how to protect your pets from getting distemper.
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Report shows college still a good value for Kentuckians

A new report issued by the state Council on Postsecondary Education says college credentials are still a good value for Kentuckians.

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