Updated: 9:25 AM The judge-executive of Madison County is willing to admit guilt to a charge of drinking in public, but he won't do the same for charges of alcohol intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Updated: 11:24 PM Police in southern Kentucky are searching for a missing woman with Alzheimer's.
Updated: 5:04 PM The lead investigator of a deadly commercial jet crash says the Kentucky accident exposed "latent failures" across the nation's aviation safety system.
Posted: 5:46 PM There's new information in the murder of a two-year-old Madison County girl.
Updated: 5:50 PM She's nine months pregnant, about to give birth any day, but now a southern Kentucky woman is now on her way to prison.
Updated: 5:50 PM Police say Raymond Garner was moving from Tennessee to Kentucky and was drunk when his truck slammed into several others, killing a pregnant woman, her 7 month old unborn child, and an 8 year old boy.
Posted: 1:46 PM A petition containing 173 names has been delivered to Pulaski County Clerk Ralph Troxtell, asking that there be a vote on whether the city of Ferguson be dissolved.
Posted: 1:44 PM Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell told a national police conference Monday that congressional action to expand the government's eavesdropping powers against suspected foreign terrorists was needed to make the United States safer.
Posted: 11:53 AM An eastern Kentucky woman, charged after police say she abandoned a newborn baby on the steps of a church, entered a not guilty plea in court on Monday morning.
Posted: 10:29 AM USDA's Farm Service Agency reports today that farmers in four counties are eligible for Federal disaster assistance, including low interest emergency loans provided eligibility requirements are met.
Updated: 10:30 AM A pre-trial hearing is scheduled tomorrow for accused killer Tony Hodge in Laurel District Court. Hodge, who is charged with murdering an unknown person near Lily Pits in December 2003, was arraigned Friday in Laurel District Court. His attorneys entered a not guilty plea on his behalf.
Posted: 8:38 AM As the Kentucky General Assembly considers tax incentives aimed at luring a coal gassification plant to the state, interest groups are divided over its benefits.
Updated: 12:31 PM Eastern Kentucky University's new leader is expected to take on his new position starting Wednesday
Posted: 8:06 AM Despite the recent effort to get lawmakers to reconvene in a special legislative session to pass an energy bill, it won't happen today.
Posted: 6:51 AM Karl Rove, President Bush's close friend and chief political strategist, plans to leave the White House at the end of Augus
Updated: 3:23 PM Fletcher wants no change to law, Beshear things limits are needed
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