An Indiana doctor who was accused of shooting a BB gun at a driver on Interstate 75 in an incident captured on video last year has pleaded guilty to wanton endangerment in central Kentucky.
Ford has beefed up its workforce and investment at a Kentucky plant to support production of its new Lincoln SUV as the automaker looks to reinvigorate its luxury brand.
Federal safety officials say UPS and its pilots' union can no longer participate in the agency's investigation of a crash that killed two of the cargo shipper's pilots in Alabama because they violated rules about premature public discussion of the cause.
Kentucky education officials want to tweak the state's English and math standards and they want help doing it.
Leaders at Northern Kentucky University say they plan to travel around the state in an effort to spread the word about what makes the school special.
Nineteen years after a young woman vanished in western Kentucky, police are still digging for clues that could solve the mystery of what happened to Heather Teague.
The Kentucky Republican and Democratic parties filed separate ethics complaints in the U.S. Senate race between Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes.
More than two dozen wild horses, including mares and foals, were found shot to death in Bledsoe, according to the Harlan County Humane Society. A reward was offered in the case.
They're traditionally used for drinking vessels, birdhouses and the occasional decorative fall spread.
About 2.2 million bean bag chairs are being recalled after two children opened them, crawled inside and suffocated to death.
The Republican Party of Kentucky has submitted a complaint to the Federal Election Commission alleging Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes accepted prohibited campaign donations from her father's company.
A Louisville facility that treats drug addicts says it is planning a major expansion to meet a growing need due to the heroin epidemic.
A northern Kentucky city has settled a lawsuit claiming its former police chief was fired because of her gender.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has upheld a death sentence for a six-time convicted killer in a 1991 shooting.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has reinstated a damage award to the family of a teenage informant killed while working for police, but lowered the amount the state must pay.
Prosecutors in Kentucky will no longer be able to require defendants as part of a plea agreement to waive their right to appeal bad advice from their attorney.
Kentucky's struggling retirement system will get $23 million to cover a $21 million loss because of the risky mortgage-backed securities it purchased from Bank of America and its related companies.
A nearly 16-pound ham sold for $2 million on Thursday at the Kentucky State Fair.
A Lexington attorney facing federal prison time for fraud has been permanently disbarred by the Kentucky Supreme Court.
A West Virginia attorney charged with attempted murder has been indefinitely suspended from practicing law in Kentucky.