Posted: 6:45 PM A 3-year-old is recovering at UK Hospital after suffering burns on his face and head.
Posted: 5:37 PM Medical examines performed an autopsy Monday on the body of a drowning victim, found in Russell County.
Posted: 3:34 PM Soldiers from a western Kentucky national guard unit will be greeted at a ceremony tomorrow afternoon in Marion.
Updated: 12:18 PM A man died Monday after falling at a Kentucky Utilities plant north of Louisville, officials said.
Posted: 3:02 PM A former middle school teacher who admitted to having a sexual relationship with a student says the student held her at gunpoint and forced her to drive them to Mexico with her young son in tow.
Posted: 1:47 PM A fair of the heart turned into a lifetime commitment for a central Kentucky couple.
Posted: 1:35 PM An eastern Kentucky sheriff pleaded not guilty on Monday to charges of buying votes and lying to a grand jury.
Updated: 2:45 PM Today two men continue to recover after falling several feet at the Red River Gorge.
Posted: 12:19 PM Cody Shively doesn't swim or play soccer anymore.
Posted: 12:11 PM It was a year ago when 26-year-old Ethan Jenkins collapsed and died from a heart condition while playing basketball at Lexington's Dirt Bowl.
Posted: 11:47 AM The federal agency charged with keeping food and drugs from harming people may soon be asked to take a consumer product that kills more than 400-thousand people a year and make it safer.
Posted: 11:30 AM More than 50 unsolved murders in Lexington could soon heat up again thanks to some help.
Posted: 11:23 AM After a whirlwind weekend, the negotiations that produced a landmark $660 million settlement between the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles and more than 500 alleged victims of clergy abuse are heading toward a conclusion.
Posted: 11:18 AM A Miami International Airport terminal was briefly evacuated early Monday after authorities found what appeared to be an explosive device but turned out to be harmless.
Updated: 1:35 PM The northern Kentucky and Cincinnati area were pounded by some heavy thunderstorms Sunday, downing power lines and leaving thousands of people without electric service.
Posted: 12:04 AM The Cold Case Unit would look for new ways to solve unsolved homicides in Fayette County, some dating back more than 40 years.
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