Updated: 09/13/2007 - Two vandals responsible for damaging playground equipment at a daycare are caught by police.
Posted: 09/13/2007 - Powerball winner Jack Whittaker has settled a lawsuit with City National Bank of West Virginia over the cashing of $49,000 in forged checks.
Updated: 09/13/2007 - The case against a Pulaski County man accused of beating his dog was continued Thursday morning.
Posted: 09/13/2007 - The case against a Lexington teen accused in multiple robberies has been waived to the grand jury.
Updated: 09/13/2007 - Visitation services are underway for a Kentucky National Guardsman killed in Iraq.
Posted: 09/13/2007 - A trial date has been set in the case of a man accused of setting fire to a historic section of downtown Frankfort.
Posted: 09/13/2007 - The attorney for fast food giant McDonald's Corporation has blamed employee mistakes for a sexual assault on an 18-year-old worker in April 2004 at the chain's restaurant in Mount Washington. The location is about 20 miles south of Louisville.
Posted: 09/13/2007 - A civic activist and Republican fund-raiser from Lexington has been tapped as an alternate U.S. delegate to the 62nd United Nations General Assembly session that begins next week. The White House has announced Kelly Knight's appointment as an alternate, along with Rodger Young of Michigan.
Posted: 09/13/2007 - Some western Kentucky school officials are disputing the data that shows Henderson, Union and Webster counties failed to make "adequate yearly progress."
Posted: 09/13/2007 - A judge has dismissed a sex-abuse lawsuit against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington.
Updated: 09/12/2007 - Two U.S. senators say they have amended a military funding bill to give the Army 10 years to destroy lethal chemical weapons stored in Colorado and Kentucky.
Posted: 09/12/2007 - Authorities have identified the man whose nude body was found mutilated - with his hands and feet severed - nearly 17 years ago by hunters in western Kentucky.
Posted: 09/12/2007 - The case against two eastern Kentucky teenagers accused of torturing and shooting several horses has been declared a mistrial based on an attorney's opening statement.
Posted: 09/12/2007 - A Lexington attorney has filed a lawsuit against two United Arab Emirates leaders over the use of thousands of children to ride racing camels.