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Jim Beam Brands Co. was fined $600,000 this month by the state for a bourbon spill in July that led to a widespread fish kill, according to a report in the Courier-Journal.
A portion of the railroad line that once connected Lawrenceburg to the Kentucky River is going to be transformed.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources has given 15,000 blue catfish to boost fish populations in the Kentucky River.
Several Central Kentucky cities report their tap water smells and tastes odd right now because of high temperatures and lack of rain.
A Franklin county family is speaking out and is hoping for answers about the death of their loved one.
Kentucky State Police is investigating after a woman's body was found near the Kentucky River.
On Tuesday, the Kentucky Division of Waste Management posted an update on its Facebook page, saying around 90% of the debris left from the fire has been removed and disposed of.
The Valley View Ferry reopened on its regular schedule Thursday after being closed the day before for maintenance.
A Franklin County family is hoping a reward will bring answers in the death of their loved one.
Search crews spent Thursday digging for a septic tank after receiving a "credible tip" that it would contain the remains of a Lexington woman who went missing 42-years ago, according to Lexington Police.
The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet says lightning sparked the fire at a Jim Beam warehouse that caused bourbon to leak into creeks and rivers.
Bourbon that leaked from a Jim Beam barrel warehouse in Kentucky during a fire in Woodford County is making its way to the Ohio River.
It could be a day or two before the decision is made to put out the fire at the Jim Beam facility in Woodford County or let it burn itself out.
Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet say runoff from fire will create conditions in the Kentucky River that include water discoloration, foaming, and an odor.
The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.
The Valley View Ferry is closed until further notice due to mechanical issues.
Several Eastern Kentucky search crews are trying to cover huge stretches of the Kentucky River for a missing man in Perry County.
The Valley View Ferry reopened Friday after being closed all week due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.
The Valley View Ferry remains closed until further notice due to high water conditions on the Kentucky River.
Police say Danny "Tin Can" Napier was last seen by family members at his home Saturday morning.