A lawyer for four University of Kentucky football players has entered not guilty pleas on their behalf to charges of second-degree disorderly conduct stemming from a game of "manhunt" that sent the school into an uproar.
The top prosecutor for four western Kentucky counties has announced his retirement effective Jan. 1.
A Louisville man has been sentenced to prison for murder for the third time in his life.
Tommy F. Johnson was sentenced to a year of probation, not a year in jail.
A judge has ordered a mental exam for a Tennessee man charged with giving his wife a lethal overdose of clonazepam and heroin.
Several horse racing tracks in Kentucky have suspended simulcast signals to Dubuque, months after a group representing horse owners in Iowa raised concerns about recent greyhound racing legislation.
The Secretary of State's office says there are more than 3.1 million people registered to vote in the general election next week.
A retired Indiana school principal who was NASCAR star Jeff Gordon's driver's education teacher was killed with his wife in a Tennessee crash while returning from watching Gordon race.
A judge has put the case of a Richmond man charged with threatening U.S. Rep. Andy Barr on hold while he awaits psychiatric testing.
The 101st Airborne Division will conduct a Medal of Honor dedication ceremony for a Vietnam veteran.
The city of Olive Hill in eastern Kentucky has received a $13,500 grant to purchase duty weapons and stun guns.
A Louisville man pleaded not guilty to shooting and killing his longtime friend earlier this month.
The trial of a Bowling Green man charged with murder in a shooting in 2011 is set to begin.
Residents of a southern Kentucky city got a surprise when an old fuel tank exploded while being cut up for scrap.
A former University of Louisville student has pleaded not guilty to making an online threat to shoot a residence hall.
Sheriff's officials in southwestern Kentucky say one girl died and three others were injured when a car struck their horse drawn buggy as it skittered across a road.
Federal prosecutors in Kentucky are opposing a move by an Iraqi man convicted in a Kentucky terrorism case to gain access to his complete case file.
Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates are bringing in a pair of potential presidential candidates to help boost voter turnout in the final week of one of the country's most closely watched Senate races.
Murray State University in Kentucky is deferring applications from students in West African countries affected by Ebola until the fall of 2015.
A southern Kentucky store owner is scheduled for arraignment next month on charged that he set fire to his business to collect an insurance settlement.