Lexington will host the 70th annual meeting of the Southern Legislative Conference in 2016.
The Kentucky Department of Education has approved waivers that will allow 13 school districts to continue teaching when classes are canceled because of bad weather or other emergencies.
A federal agency has approved plans for a natural gas pipeline across Todd County, Kentucky, that would mostly serve Clarksville, Tennessee.
A spokesman says a Kentucky company is hiring more people and is working around the clock on an experimental medicine that was recently used on American aid workers who contracted Ebola.
Fort Campbell soldiers are preparing for their upcoming deployment to Africa with a color casing ceremony at the Army post.
Folk studies faculty at Western Kentucky University have begun their new role as editors of the Journal of American Folklore.
Severe storms that raced through the Midwest earlier in the week have left two people dead and are still threatening parts of the South.
Kentucky's Governor's Mansion will be the setting for a murder mystery theater event during the Halloween season.
Poison control workers say that as the e-cigarette industry has boomed, the number of children exposed to the liquid nicotine that gives hand-held vaporizing gadgets their kick also is spiking.
Republican Mitch McConnell and Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes released competing TV ads three weeks before Kentucky voters decide one of the country's hardest-fought campaigns.
A top Kentucky Republican is asking the U.S. Postal Service to take away the state Democratic Party's nonprofit mailing permit, at a time when political mailings are stuffing mail boxes ahead of next month's election.
Officials in Frankfort are working on a modernized system of getting messages to lawmakers during the General Assembly.
Authorities say the body of a missing Kentucky woman has been found in southeastern Missouri, and the man with whom she had last been seen is in custody.
A new U.S. magistrate judge has been named for the western district of Kentucky.
Police say a singer and pianist with a Christian musical group was killed when its RV crashed over the weekend on a highway in central Indiana.
A federal judge is considering whether to force Kentucky Education Television (KET) to include a Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate in its debate Monday between Republican Senator Mitch McConnell and Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes.
Two women whose children called them when a student was shot inside a Louisville high school described hearing chaos in the background.
Officials in Pike County have filed suit against state officials over a new process it must go through to receive coal severance tax proceeds.
A West Virginia University at Parkersburg committee has narrowed the search for a new president to a dozen semi-finalists.
An event being held in northwest Alabama will look at ways to keep young people in Appalachia.