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Admitted drug dealer Jerrod Doolin was sentenced to 13-years in federal prison, according to prosecutors.
A federal agency has decided to stop reimbursing a southeastern Kentucky hospital where an inspection found numerous problems.
A federal inmate surprised people in a Pikeville courthouse today when he asked for a longer prison term.
The partial government shutdown is starting to affect air travel.
The UK student accused of making threats against the University of Kentucky earlier this month was in federal court Wednesday facing more charges for what police say were threats she made on the social media platform Snapchat.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - The federal government has awarded $10.5 million in grants to support two projects in eastern Kentucky. Republican U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers...
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky officials say they have paid $2.6 million to relatives taking care of children in state custody since November to...
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has reduced the annual revenue of Kentucky American Water Co., thereby lowering the average monthly bill for residential customers.
Disgraced lawyer Eric Conn has reached a plea agreement in the case involving his escape and social security fraud scheme.
NEW YORK (AP) - The first death has been reported in a national food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce. Federal health officials say California...
Many Solid Blue fans say the Yahoo Sports report that ties UK to the federal college basketball investigation doesn't surprise them.
A couple who admitted moving from California to Lexington to sell drugs was sentenced to federal prison.
One day after being sent back to the U.S. from Honduras, fugitive lawyer Eric Conn has pleaded not guilty to charges related to his escape.
A former supervisory deputy jailer in eastern Kentucky has been sentenced to nine years in federal prison for an unprovoked assault of a detainee.
A federal indictment claims a fugitive Kentucky lawyer involved in a Social Security fraud case had help in the escape plot he hatched a year before his disappearance.
Kentucky's Republican governor will appeal a federal judge's ruling that blocks the state's law requiring doctors to conduct an ultrasound exam before an abortion and then try to show fetal images as well as play the fetal heartbeat to the pregnant woman.
Testimony ends in a federal trial that could decide whether Kentucky becomes the nation's first state without an abortion facility.
A key health care regulator in Kentucky is being questioned at a federal trial about the circumstances that led to a licensing fight threatening to shut down the state's last abortion clinic.
Officials in Kentucky's largest city have filed suit in federal court against opioid distributors, accusing them of contributing to the drug epidemic in the state.
Abortion opponents have agreed to abide by a federal restraining order that keeps them from gathering on a patch of sidewalk outside the only clinic still performing abortions in Kentucky.