A retired state engineer and a woman arrested after riding her bicycle to school are the first candidates to officially file for the 2015 governor's race.
A shooting in Louisville has claimed the life of a 16-year-old girl.
A three-term Republican state lawmaker says he will seek the Republican nomination for state Agriculture Commissioner.
Officials at Fort Knox say requirements for access to the base are expected to get stricter next year.
The Tennessee Valley Authority has declined to release the incentives it awarded an auto parts maker that is expanding in Clinton.
Kentucky public schools are mixing high-tech and low-tech to prevent the loss of learning for students during snow days this winter.
The U.S. Postal Service is using nine regional postmarks during December for greeting cards.
A settlement conference has been scheduled in a lawsuit brought by a pair of deaf and hearing-impaired inmates in Kentucky who are seeking to force the Department of Corrections to provide interpreter services for medical visits, video phones that allow deaf callers to see sign language and other hearing devices.
Fort Campbell will kick off the holiday season with a Christmas tree lighting on post.
A federal judge has scheduled a conference call in the ongoing litigation surrounding the collapse of part of a bridge over the Tennessee River in western Kentucky.
Authorities are searching for a suspect in a shooting that killed a teenage girl and injured a teenage male in Louisville, Kentucky.
When Brittney Mills Adams said "I do" in October, she was not only saying yes to becoming Mrs. Nick Adams, she was also agreeing to take on a whole different sort of adventure as well.
Leaders in northeast Kentucky are working aggressively to gain a "work ready" designation from the state.
A southwestern Kentucky man charged with trying to kill his wife with a hatchet and a gun has been ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation to determine his competency and if he is mentally ill.
State officials say the remaining piers of the Old Ledbetter Bridge will soon be torn down.
The remains of a northeastern Kentucky soldier who disappeared during the Korean War are set to be buried.
A southern Kentucky man facing a possible death sentence in the death of a federal informant claims the FBI improperly tried to interview him in jail.
Up a trail marked "no blastin on Sundays," bees patrol a mountain once partially broken apart for coal.
Police in Bowling Green say they're still getting tips five years after a Western Kentucky University professor's slaying in her family's van.
A Kentucky death row inmate is asking the state Supreme Court to review his conviction in a 1985 slaying that left a woman dead and her father injured.