Judge sets March trial date in girl’s slaying

A judge in western Kentucky has set a date for the retrial of a man charged with killing his 9-year-old sister.
Judge refuses to temporarily block new election-related law

Grimes campaigns for statewide office, but which one?

Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes says she will run for statewide office this year.
Dalton Hayes

Wanted teen agrees to return to home state of Kentucky

An 18-year-old suspected of committing a string of crimes with his 13-year-old girlfriend is returning to his home state of Kentucky to face charges.

Importance of Fort Campbell meeting stressed

Community leaders near Fort Campbell are stressing the importance of a listening session with Army officials that will help decide how many soldiers remain stationed at the sprawling Army post on the Kentucky-Tennessee state line.

UPDATE: KSP hope YouTube video will bring in new leads in January murder

Kentucky State Police have released a video they hope will bring in some leads in the case of a murder earlier this year.
Mike Hancock Kentucky Transportation Secretary

Transportation secretary given Lester P. Lamm award

Kentucky Transportation Secretary Mike Hancock has been given a national award for leadership and dedication to U.S. highway transportation programs.
Cumberland Valley Electric

Rate adjustment approved for Cumberland Valley Electric

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has approved a rate adjustment for Cumberland Valley Electric in southeastern Kentucky.

Box takes reins as KCTCS president

Jay Box has officially taken over as president of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.

Rand Paul criticizes Hillary Clinton during Reno visit

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says the deadly 2012 attacks on Americans in Benghazi, Libya, should preclude former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton from ever being considered as president.

Police: Virginia man stole cruiser, led dangerous chase

Police in eastern Kentucky say a Virginia man led police on a high speed chase in a stolen police cruiser.
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Georgia man shot after alleged Ky. robbery

Police in western Kentucky shot and injured a Georgia man after an alleged robbery.
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Man held in US Capitol terror plot moved to Kentucky jail

An Ohio man charged with plotting an attack at the U.S. Capitol has been moved to a Kentucky jail while awaiting another court hearing.
NKU Northern Kentucky University

NKU working to change image

Northern Kentucky University officials hope the school's reputation as a "hidden gem" will replaced in a couple of years with the words "world class."
Glenn Reeves Fishing Lure Collection

Finding the allure in fishing lures

Glenn Reeves often visits yard sales, searching for fishing lures left behind in old tackle boxes.

Woman dies in Louisville house fire

Authorities say a 22-year-old woman has died in a house fire in Louisville.
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Fracking debate may be on way to Kentucky

The debate over hydraulic fracturing, a technique used to drill oil and natural gas wells, may be coming to Kentucky.
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Police: Teen sweethearts blaze trail of crime across South

Police said unless they surrender, the "outcome is not going to be good" for two teenage sweethearts from Kentucky who are accused of blazing a trail of crime across the South.

Kentuckians react to Supreme Court gay-marriage decision

Reaction came quickly from Kentuckians to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Friday to take up the state's gay marriage case.
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Muhammad Ali released from hospital after urinary tract infection

A spokesman for Muhammad Ali said the boxing great had been released from a hospital where he received follow-up care for a severe urinary tract infection.
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Heiner campaign begins with Louisville Pastors’ endorsement

A group of pastors endorsed Republican Hal Heiner in the 2015 governor's race.

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