Police say a fire that killed a central Kentucky woman may have been caused by a cracked lighter.
State officials say unemployment rates fell in 119 Kentucky counties between November 2013 and November 2014.
Kentucky State Parks are gearing up for 2015 with several New Year's Eve parties and events planned at resort parks across the state.
The nation's largest public utility has sworn in two new board members.
When a group of eighth grade art students at Livingston County Middle School posed for a photo with drawings they created in the style of a Californian artist, they didn't know he would share their work for thousands of people to see.
State lawmakers will debate legislation in committees next year beneath "In God We Trust" signs.
Kentucky State Police say a 19-year-old man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of his neighbor in Russell County.
Kentucky has more beef cattle than any state east of the Mississippi River. But there's a new bovine in the Bluegrass thanks to a Menifee County man raising yaks, those shaggy pack animals from Asia.
A chemical plant in Louisville's Rubbertown district has agreed to pay a $27,000 penalty to the Metro Air Pollution Control District.
Residents and local officials are seeking answers about a plan to reuse an existing Kentucky pipeline to transport highly flammable liquids.
Federal officials are accusing a Kentucky neighborhood association of discriminating and retaliating against a family that built a therapeutic playhouse for their son who has cerebral palsy.
A Kentucky lawmaker says his hometown city hall intruded into the free market by going into the retail gas business. Sen. Chris Girdler says he's preparing legislation that could shut down the pumps to the public.
A new movement in northern Kentucky is trying to save the trees.
A Louisville community group held a prayer vigil and rally to show their appreciation for law enforcement officers.
A Louisville businessman has pleaded guilty to corruption, fraud, bribing New York bank officials and costing the Internal Revenue Service $53 million in losses.
Police officers in North Dakota have received some sweet treats in sign of appreciation as part of a national campaign.
It all started with a pie request from a friend. At least that's the story 13-year-old Isabella and 10-year-old Susanna Domidion of Lancaster tell about their pie-making.
U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell's clean sweep in the November election has been voted Kentucky's top news story for 2014.
Officials in Covington have partnered with "community developers" to help reduce the amount of blight in the northern Kentucky city.
Army officials in Fort Knox, Kentucky are seeking comment from the public on future reductions.