Bourbon that leaked from a Jim Beam barrel warehouse in Kentucky during a fire in Woodford County is making its way to the Ohio River.
Guests will be served a meal, cocktail prepared with hemp products by local chef Adam Burress, along with presentations by guest speakers.
Track officials say Churchill paid a record $32.2 million in prize money to horsemen during its recently ended spring meet.
Wise Dan was back in central Kentucky Saturday visiting fans at Old Friends Farm.
A group formed by the legislature to study the feasibility of privatizing foster care says Kentucky should focus on strengthening the system it already has.
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A Kentucky man pleaded guilty to four counts of bank robbery.
Details about the nursing home death of a retired Kentucky judge were revealed in an anonymous letter sent to his grieving wife weeks after his burial.
A thoroughbred retirement organization says it will close a satellite division based at a racetrack in southern Kentucky.
A legal fight to reveal what kind of surveillance cameras Kentucky's second-largest city has and how they're used will return to Fayette Circuit Court after an order to release the information was reversed on appeal.
Jordan Seth Peveler is charged with nine felonies involving rape, sodomy and an unlawful transaction with a minor.
Steven Pierce, of Kentucky, was at the park with his family when he was swept away in a flash flood as his family tried to evacuate.
The state is warning veterans to be aware of scams aimed at them.
A judge has ruled Kentucky's death penalty protocol is unconstitutional because it doesn't automatically suspend execution of prisoners with intellectual disabilities.
Kentucky State Police are hoping someone can help troopers identify a man who may have stolen a smartphone from a Dollar General.
The owner of three pit bulls has been arrested in connection to the death of a Marshall County man killed in a dog attack.
Rumpke wants to remind customers that service is not interrupted because of the Independence Day holiday.
The 38-year-old was admitted to ICU last week for kidney and heart issues and an infection.
Marsy's Law for Kentucky is asking the court allow the question be placed on the 2020 ballot with the full text of the proposed amendment available to voters at each precinct.
The U.S. Attorney in Louisville says 46-year-old Josephine Crowe took part in a scheme to defraud the Louisville Metro Police Officer's Credit Union of more than $3 million over four years.