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WKU also cancels spring break, semester will end early

Decision recommended by university task force.

Kentucky man turns himself in, accused of killing woman and hurting child

A KY man facing murder charges turned himself in to Nashville Police, according to ABC affiliate WBKO.

No political speaking at this year’s Fancy Farm Picnic

Picnic still happening, just no speeches.

McConnell, Beshear team up to help expand wildlife refuge

Senate Majority Leader McConnell and Governor Beshear have teamed up on an effort to expand a new wildlife refuge in western Kentucky.

Storm damage reported in western Kentucky

One person suffered minor injuries and widespread damage was reported across western Kentucky as strong storms moved through Friday evening, according to State Police.

Tornado confirmed in western Kentucky

CORYDON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The national weather service has confirmed a tornado touched down in western Kentucky. They say it happened  7 miles north of...

U.S. Marshals seek man who threatened President

The U.S. Marshals, FBI, and U.S. Secret Service are asking for the public’s help in locating a Pennsylvania man wanted for threatening the president and other elected officials.

KSP investigates fatality crash in Trigg County

Kentucky State Police responded to a deadly crash in Trigg County near the 26 mile marker on US 68 Monday night.

Flooding closes a number of roads in western Kentucky

See the updated list of closed roads in western Kentucky due to flooding.

Tornado fatality and damage reported in Western Kentucky

Severe weather brought tornadoes to portions of Western Kentucky Saturday night.

16 burial plots donated for veterans

More than a dozen burial plots at a western Kentucky cemetery have been donated for veterans' use.

Federal grant to pay for repairs of western Kentucky dam

The federal government will spend $3 million to fix a nearly 180-year-old western Kentucky dam that affects the water supply for nearly 50,000 people.

Coal operator plans to idle western Kentucky mine

A coal operator says it expects to idle a western Kentucky mine later this year.

Kentucky lawyer Jennings nominated to federal bench seat

President Donald Trump has nominated a Kentucky lawyer to a seat on the federal bench.

Kentuckians prepare for Total Solar Eclipse 2017

Kentuckians are preparing for the sight of a lifetime -- The Great American Total Solar Eclipse on August 21, 2017.

Company constructing new coal mine in western Kentucky

The mine would sell coal that's used to generate electricity at power plants, a sector of coal that has been in steep decline in Kentucky and parts of Appalachia.

Total Solar Eclipse expected to bring thousands to western Kentucky

A Total Solar Eclipse in August is expected to bring thousands of visitors to western Kentucky.

Ky. man who posted violent song lyrics wins civil lawsuit

A western Kentucky man who spent several days in jail for posting violent song lyrics to Facebook has settled a lawsuit against the county where he was jailed.

Witness to helicopter crash reports abrupt rotor tilt

A Tennessee Valley Authority lineman who witnessed a fatal helicopter crash in western Kentucky this month has told investigators he saw the main rotor tilt abruptly just before the helicopter banked right and fell to the ground.

Governor declares State of Emergency due to flooding

In response to the flooding events which are impacting portions of western Kentucky, Gov. Matt Bevin declared a statewide emergency today, July 7, 2016, in order to provide local officials immediate access to state resources for public safety and assistance.

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State trying to get COVID outbreak under control at Blackburn

More than 100 inmates have tested positive

Kentucky basketball makes game-day changes

New game-day procedures include arena health protocols, mobile ticketing

UPDATE: Woman may have taken own life in accident

Accident happened at about 1:30 a.m.

UPDATE: Hearing Monday afternoon in church school lawsuit

Danville Christian Academey, Inc filed a lawsuit with Kentucky's attorney general against Governor Andy Beshear's order that all schools must switch to virtual learning.