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Trade and investment in Kentucky took center stage Tuesday morning at the Governor's Mansion.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health introduces a new public health commissioner.
The FBI in Louisville says it is aware of threats made online against Kentucky schools and Arkansas schools, but it says there is no evidence the threats are credible.
Schools in the Commonwealth are going tobacco free and health companies are helping out, offering metal signs at no cost to schools across the state.
Unemployment rates rose in 99 Kentucky counties between July 2018 and July 2019.
President Donald Trump hasn't hesitated to pick on urban areas with large minority populations, but he's had little to say on rural ones. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports.
A string of fires in a western Kentucky neighborhood has left authorities wondering if they're all related.
It shows a horse name Hank at the Kentucky Horse Park crunching on carrots, apples and peppermints.
Attorneys for a Kentucky teenager charged with fatally shooting two classmates and wounding 14 others at a high school have asked a judge to suppress his statements to investigators.
The station began runs earlier this month but held an official ceremony Tuesday morning.
Police in Kentucky say a 1-year-old boy has died after falling into a pool.
Officials say untreated wastewater from a distillery in Kentucky has spilled into a creek, killing an unknown number of fish.
U.S. Senator Rand Paul, of Kentucky, made his first public appearance Tuesday since undergoing lung surgery related to an attack by his neighbor.
The 'Koozies for Kids' is going on while supplies last.
Haaland’s office says the congresswoman has not seen the lawsuit.
With a unanimous 5-0 vote Tuesday night, Dayton, in Northern Kentucky, became the 12th Kentucky city to pass a fairness ordinance.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission says public comments will be useful in future rate cases that will determine net metering rates for electric utilities.
Schools across Kentucky are working to fulfill a new state law requiring the national motto "In God We Trust" be displayed in a prominent place before classes begin.
The state Public Service Commission took over responsibility for enforcing the law last July.
Shepherd's House will put on their 20th annual Run for Recovery on Saturday, July 27th at 8 a.m. at Keeneland.