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Governor Matt Bevin says he has received notification Thursday that President Donald Trump has declared a disaster in several Kentucky counties.
Doug Martin started coaching career in Lexington, knows return visit with Aggies will be step up in class despite Cats' struggles.
Lexington Police have arrested two suspects after a robbery and an attempted robbery in downtown Lexington.
Hear from Coach Cal on the final push here late in the regular season to get the team right before tournament time.
Cal weighs in on Frank Martin's personality and the progression of the South Carolina program.
Chefs will help schools in eight Kentucky counties start preparing meals using fresh, local foods as part of two farm-to-school pilot projects.
Actor Danny Glover will be the keynote speaker for next month's Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration in Lexington.
The Laurel Co. Sheriff's office says a Clay City woman has been arrested on robbery and murder charges.
Paintings by the late eastern Kentucky artist Ralph "Waldo" Dingus are being displayed this month at the post office lobby in Martin in Floyd County.
Movie star, comedian and Grammy-winning musician Steve Martin will be honored by the International Bluegrass Music Association with a distinguished achievement award.
Police say a fight between three people turned into a stabbing that sent two people to the hospital, while a third was held for questioning.
State Police have a second person in custody following a house fire in Martin County that killed three people over the weekend.
A Richmond man who police said was hired to convert a garage and sun room into a living space in a woman's home is now behind bars.
Officials at Eastern Kentucky University said a sprinkler head broke early Thursday morning, causing Martin Hall to be evacuated.
Lexington police are trying to figure out if two men who were charged with robbing three guests at the Bluegrass Extended Stay Hotel knew their alleged victims.
A special documentary screening was held Wednesday for the Christian Appalachian Project, commemorating 50 years of providing physical, spiritual and emotional support.
State Police in Pikeville began a missing person investigation on January 20 in regards to the disappearance of 30-year-old Tonya "Miller" Stapleton.