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Independent Groups Pump Money Into Many State-Level Races, Including KY

The presidential race is not the only contest where hard-hitting political ads funded by independent groups are on the rise.

Louisville police officer accused of soliciting prostitutes

A Louisville Metro Police detective has been accused of soliciting a prostitute.

Kentucky population expected to climb 10 percent by 2040

A new report says Kentucky's population is expected to increase more than 10 percent between 2015 and 2040, with Jefferson and Fayette counties projected to remain the most populous.

Traffic stop leads to marijuana bust

A traffic stop on I-24 in Lyon County landed a California man in jail on drug charges after State Police say they found 53-pounds of marijuana in the suspect's car.

Ark park attracts 400K visitors in first few months

Kentucky's $100 million Ark Encounter biblical theme park has drawn more than 400,000 visitors since its opening.

Filson Society ready to show off new history building

The Filson Historical Society is opening the doors of its new history center in Louisville for the first time.

On Trump, Sen. McConnell has gone from quiet to mum

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has never had much to say about Donald Trump. But lately, he has fallen completely silent.

Murder charge for Ohio man after body of missing man found

Police in Ashland say a missing man's body was found Monday afternoon, and an Ohio man is being charged with murder in the case.

Nancy Jo Kemper and Andy Barr debate just weeks before election

With less than a month to go until we head to the polls, candidates for the 6th congressional district appeared on Kentucky Educational Television Monday night to make a final pitch to voters.

Body found 5 years ago in Barren County ID’d

A body found in Barren County five years ago has been identified through DNA evidence.

Kagan: Supreme Court gender diversity positive sign to youth

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan says gender diversity on the nation's highest court sends a positive message to girls and boys.

Daviess Co. deputies to use ‘less lethal’ beanbag shotguns

The Daviess County Sheriff's Department is set to begin using less lethal beanbag shotguns.