Two health care professionals are traveling around Kentucky in an effort to reduce the number of fatalities stemming from crashes involving all-terrain vehicles.
Federal mine safety regulators issued more than 190 citations during special impact inspections at U.S. mines in September.
A retired Army officer has been appointed as the new administrator of Thomson-Hood Veterans Center at Wilmore in central Kentucky.
Kentucky utility regulators say natural gas costs at the start of the heating season will be slightly higher than last year.
Two federal prosecutors have been tapped as election officers for the general election in Kentucky.
A priest serving a 15-year-prison sentence for sexually abusing a teenage boy in the 1970s is set to appear in court with a request to be released from prison.
Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates rode in the annual Madisonville Veterans Day Parade, their final joint appearance before Tuesday's closely watched election.
Garth Brooks took time from his tour in Lexington, Kentucky to shoot a few hoops with some local youth.
Police in Louisville said a man kicked-in the door of a business and broke-in because he had nothing better to do.
A small western Kentucky water company is shutting down after the first of the year citing deteriorating conditions.
A disaster declaration has been approved by the U.S. Small Business Administration for heavy rain and flash flooding in August that swamped roads and forced people from their homes in eastern Kentucky.
A trial date has been set for an eastern Kentucky man charged with kidnapping and killing another man three years ago.
A judge in Frankfort is set to take up when to set a trial over the issue of Instant Racing at racetracks.
Two men have been arrested after police say set out to scare and hit up people for money outside a Halloween-themed strip called Ghost Run in Louisville.
The former accountant for a central Kentucky abbey has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1 million from the monastery.
A pair of Fort Campbell soldiers have been arrested after police say they caused a disturbance at a downtown bar before returning to the business with a pistol.
Firefighters in south-central Kentucky are investigating a fatal blaze.
A 15-year-old girl has been charged with sharing a video of a sexual assault on a teenage boy, the sixth person charged in the case, police said.
A southern Kentucky county is the latest to get a waiver to keep students in class in cases of inclement weather.
The Louisville Zoo is recycling its Halloween pumpkins in an edible way.