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Two-Faced Calf Named Lucky Dies at 108 Days Old in Kentucky

A two-faced calf named Lucky has died in Kentucky after the family that treated her like a pet raised thousands of dollars to help her.

Bill Aims to Ban Abortions After 20 Weeks of Pregnancy

Kentucky Senate leaders say a bill aimed at banning women from getting abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy could come up for a vote this week.

KSP Arrest Two in Louisville for Growing, Trafficking Marijuana

Kentucky State Police say a marijuana suppression investigation led to two arrests on Mulberry Street, and the seizure of money, drugs, guns, and drug paraphernalia.

UPDATE: House GOP Makes ‘Right-to-Work’ Top Priority

Ending mandatory labor union membership is the top priority of the new Republican majority in the Kentucky House of Representatives.

Eagle Tours, Cruises Offered at Land Between the Lakes

Eagle viewing tours and cruises are being offered over the next couple of months at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.

Trump’s Picks for TVA Board Could Reshape Federal Agency

Within the next five months, President-elect Donald Trump could appoint a majority of the board for the Tennessee Valley Authority, the nation's largest government-owned utility.

Louisville a Hot Spot for Movie Shoots Because of Incentives

Louisville residents who have suddenly found themselves bumping into movie stars such as Nicolas Cage and Jon Voight have the state's recent financial incentives to thank.

Toyota’s Kentucky HQ to Shut Down; Workers to Relocate

Toyota is beginning to move hundreds of jobs out of its northern Kentucky headquarters as part of a nationwide consolidation.

US Attorney Kerry B. Harvey to Step Down Jan. 13

U.S. Attorney Kerry B. Harvey says he is resigning effective Jan. 13.

Bengals’ Pacman Jones Jailed over Cincinnati Confrontation

Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones is facing assault, disorderly conduct and other charges after being arrested in Cincinnati's downtown entertainment district.

Rabbit Hash General Store on track to reopen in 2017

Work is progressing toward the reopening this year of a northern Kentucky landmark that was destroyed by fire.

UPS fined $73,800 for safety violations at Louisville hangar

Federal regulators have fined UPS $73,800 for safety violations at the company's airplane hangar in Louisville.