Updated: 06/28/2007 - The state has committed at least $2.4 million to attract two coal conversion plants to Kentucky.
Updated: 07/10/2007 - UK basketball coach Billy Gillispie arrived in Lexington with the reputation of being a tireless recruiter. He's been adding support to that contention.
Posted: 06/28/2007 - The Fayette Urban County Council will vote Thursday on whether a Lexington neighborhood will be considered historical.
Posted: 06/28/2007 - The American Bald Eagle population has grown so dramatically that government officials are expected to announce today that the bird is no longer a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.
Posted: 06/28/2007 - Starting today, you can vote to have one of America's favorite TV families call Kentucky home.
Updated: 06/28/2007 - Several city officials named as defendants in a lawsuit filed by people who say they were abused by the founder of a Lexington youth program are no longer defendants.
Posted: 06/27/2007 - Two people injured in a fatal bus crash near Bowling Green have been released from a southern Kentucky hospital, while eleven others remain under medical supervision.
Posted: 06/27/2007 - Good news today about a woman, severely burned in a fire in Powell County. Carolyn Sue Isaacs has been upgraded to fair condition at UK hospital.
Posted: 06/27/2007 - Governor Fletcher's campaign manager says the governor has taken a stronger stand against casino gambling. Fletcher's challenger in the fall general election Democrat Steve Beshear supports efforts to legalize casino gambling in Kentucky.
Posted: 06/27/2007 - A state consultant says preliminary design work on the southernmost portion of the planned Interstate 69 extension from Evansville to Indianapolis might begin next week.
Updated: 06/27/2007 - Police say they have a suspect, but don't know who that person killed several years ago.
Updated: 06/27/2007 - Kentucky businesses have until July second to file annual reports with the secretary of state's office.
Updated: 06/27/2007 - Two people injured in a fatal bus crash near Bowling Green have been released from a southern Kentucky hospital, while 11 others remain under medical supervision.
Posted: 06/27/2007 - A fired Lexington Bryan Station teacher has pleaded guilty to third-degree sexual abuse. Anthony Graves received 90 days in jail yesterday to be served concurrently with time he's already serving for felony crimes.