A federal bankruptcy judge has approved a $1.9 million settlement between a bankrupt oil company and its former CEO, who is due to report to federal prison soon.
A former high school football coach charged with sending inappropriate message to a teenager has been barred from high school games while he awaits trial.
Federal prosecutors in Lexington have been paid a visit from U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who has been trying to visit every U.S. attorney's office during his tenure.
Felons can't vote in Kentucky, but nothing stops them from lobbying for the right to do so.
Kentucky's increasing heroin problem has become an issue in the state's contentious U.S. Senate race.
A southern Indiana woman who gave birth prematurely after a vehicle allegedly driven by a drunken driver hit her is recovering with her newborn in Louisville.
Police in western Kentucky have used an online ad to arrest a dozen men charged with soliciting a prostitute at a hotel.
State lawmakers will return to Frankfort on Jan. 6 following the November elections for a legislative session that will last 30 legislative days.
Will Radcliff, who built a multimillion-dollar global business from flavored, icy "Slush Puppie" drinks, has died in Cincinnati. He was 74.
A young dog that was found branded with a profane word has undergone cosmetic surgery in Kentucky to mask part of the word that was chemically burned into her.
An urban food hub — where locally grown produce could be processed, stored and distributed — is in the works for Louisville.
Former Republican Congresswoman Anne Northup has endorsed James Comer in his bid for the Republican nomination for governor.
Kentucky officials say a 40-foot-long buckle in the pavement has caused lane closures on Interstate 65 near Elizabethtown in central Kentucky.
Murray State University is upgrading its veterinary diagnostic laboratory in western Kentucky, and work is underway on the $32 million facility.
Gospel music fans can hear several top Christian music performers at an event on the Kentucky Governor's Mansion grounds in Frankfort.
Members of the armed services who were prisoners of war as well as the ones who remain missing in action and their families are being honored Friday at Fort Campbell during National POW/MIA Recognition Day.
Boxing great Muhammad Ali will be in his hometown for a benefit concert featuring Grammy-winning singer Bruno Mars.
A northern Italian village is holding a memorial ceremony to honor two U.S. World War II pilots who died when their bomber crashed into a mountain in 1945.
Former Kentucky gubernatorial press secretary and congressional aide Larry Van Hoose has died in Florida. He was 76.
Sarah Jackson, the director of the bipartisan agency responsible for administering Kentucky's campaign finance laws will retire three days before the November 4 election.