Posted: 11:38 AM A boil water advisory issued earlier this week in Harrison County has been lifted.
Posted: 11:06 AM The Federal Reserve approved a half-percentage point cut in its discount rate on loans to banks Friday, a dramatic move designed to stabilize financial markets roiled by a widening credit crisis.
Posted: 9:29 AM A Carter County man accused of murder in the May 2006 shooting death of his neighbor has been convicted of second-degree manslaughter. A Carter Circuit Court jury deliberated an hour and 25 minutes yesterday before finding George Gilbert Junior guilty of second-degree manslaughter.
Updated: 7:08 PM The family of a man killed a year ago by a drunk driver is now suing the business that served that driver.
Updated: 9:51 AM State lawmakers agreed late Thursday night on a bill that would provide incentives for companies that build high-tech coal plants in Kentucky.
Posted: 11:36 PM Severe weather caused some scary moments in Bourbon county Thursday evening after heavy after winds knocked a barn down on Clay Kiser road off U.S. 460 near Centerville.
Updated: 11:17 AM There's a crime alert in Boyle County after a violent home invasion at a Danville apartment complex.
Posted: 6:15 PM We now have funeral arrangements for a woman whose body was pulled from a lake in Rowan County on Wednesday afternoon.
Posted: 6:08 PM Thursday's blistering heat didn't make things any easier for crews, battling a wildfire in eastern Kentucky.
Updated: 6:41 PM Schools close because of minor A/C problems and long rides home for some students on un-air conditioned buses.
Updated: 5:07 PM The Revolutionary War's last battle, in what was to become Kentucky, turned into an American defeat at the hands of British loyalists and their Indian allies.
Updated: 10:56 AM Global stock markets tumbled again Thursday on persistent worries about U.S. housing loan problems and potential damage to the global economy.
Updated: 11:08 AM Elvis Presley was pronounced dead August 16th, 1977. His next scheduled performance was Rupp Arena in Lexington Kentucky on August 23, 1977. The concert was sold out.
Posted: 10:36 AM State wildlife officials suspect that a disease is causing the deaths of numerous white-tailed deer in a portion of western Kentucky.
Posted: 8:57 AM The Iraqi government says at least 400 people were killed in Tuesday's terror attack on members of an ancient religious sect in northern Iraq.
Updated: 9:20 AM Investigators in Laurel County are trying to figure out how a man ended up in the middle of a road early Thursday with a serious head injury.
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