A new state program is collecting used hearing aids to refurbish and distribute to Kentuckians who have hearing impairments and need assistance.
An eastern Kentucky couple faces sentencing in Virginia for participating in a major cockfighting enterprise.
A coal miner died from injuries suffered in a Bell County mine on Tuesday, according to the state. It was the first coal mining death in Kentucky in 2014.
A federal judge sentenced Jonathan Robinson to one year and one day in prison for his part in a major cockfighting enterprise in McDowell, Kentucky.
The Pentagon says 100 Marines will go to Liberia on Thursday with helicopters and other transportation to help the military get to locations around the country and help with the Ebola fight.
The federal government has sold its lighthouse near the Wisconsin peninsula of Door County.
The Berea City Council has rejected an ordinance that would have banned discrimination based on sexual orientation.
In a recent campaign ad for Republican Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky woman tells of how the U.S. Senate's minority leader fought to help get her daughter back from war-torn West Africa in a custody battle that spanned two years, two governments and two continents. The woman, a community college professor named Noelle Hunter, mentions that her marriage ended "after a dark period in my life."
Specialty crop projects in Kentucky will get a boost from a U.S. Agriculture Department block grant for about $300,000.
The 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell is reactivating the Division Artillery Brigade during a ceremony Wednesday morning at the post.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee will campaign for Kentucky's GOP state House candidates 10 days before the Nov. 4 general election.
Two Louisville coalitions will share $1.25 million in federal funding to assist efforts to reduce and prevent substance abuse among young people.
State officials said they would not allow public money to help finance operations of a full-sized replica of Noah's Ark unless the group behind the project said in writing it would not base hiring on applicants' religion.
Media executives from Georgia and Alabama have been chosen to lead the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association and its board of trustees.
The number of Kentucky public school students taking Advanced Placement tests has more than doubled since 2008.
Duke Energy is notifying customers in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio that it's taking steps to correct some of their monthly payments mistakenly being reported as late.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down in south-central Kentucky.
Republican James Comer raised $534,000 in his first fundraising quarter as a candidate for Kentucky governor.
A Nashville, Tennessee, man who is charged in the slayings of two people has been arrested in Louisville, Kentucky.
Mid-Continent University in western Kentucky has filed for bankruptcy protection.