A leading U.S. coal company says it has added roughly 100 million tons of coal reserves and resources to its southern Illinois portfolio.
Churchill Downs says it will develop new trackside suites for the owners of horses running in the Kentucky Derby.
The largest employer in western Kentucky's Hancock County is breaking ground on an expansion so that it can begin manufacturing aluminum sheet for vehicle bodies.
A grand jury has indicted a Lexington man on a charge of manslaughter in the death of an inmate at the Jessamine County Detention Center.
The contractor working to demolish the Old Ledbetter Bridge is hoping to complete the job by Dec. 1.
Zookeepers can stop referring to the Louisville Zoo's baby boy pygmy hippo generically. He now has a name — Jahari.
The Kentucky Attorney General's Office and two other organizations are offering two $1,500 college scholarships to graduating high school students whose lives have been impacted by prescription drug abuse.
Fort Campbell is preparing for the return of an artillery regiment that spent nine months in Afghanistan.
State and local officials gathered Tuesday in Montgomery County for a ceremony to rename roads in honor of a Pearl Harbor survivor, and in memory of a soldier who was killed fighting in Iraq.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren brought her brand of populist politics back to Kentucky on Tuesday to campaign for Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes in the U.S. Senate race.
A Kentucky man was jailed in St. Louis after police said they found nearly a kilogram of cocaine hidden in a potato chip bag in his car.
A western Kentucky man was denied parole for a second time in the death of a two-year old boy.
The polls don't open until Tuesday, but more than 35,000 people have already voted in Kentucky.
A Halloween display featuring several effigies hanging from a tree in the yard of on-post housing has been taken down at Fort Campbell.
A central Kentucky teacher has pleaded guilty to having a sexual relationship with a student in Frankfort and resigned her job.
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.