Posted: 4:43 PM - A man charged in a deadly crash made his first court appearance on Tuesday afternoon.
Posted: 4:26 PM - Monday's heavy rain caused flash flooding in Eastern Kentucky. One of the hardest hit areas was the Big Creek community of Perry County.
Posted: 4:19 PM - There is new information about a body found in a creek.
Posted: 4:12 PM - Police have arrested a man, they say, robbed the same bank twice.
Posted: 4:09 PM - Chrysler says it has resolved its differences with the government and will recall older Jeep Grand Cherokee and Liberty SUVs that could be at risk of a fuel tank fire.
Posted: 4:08 PM - It's a sight that can trigger dread: the low-battery message on your cellphone when there's no charger around.
Updated: 4:13 PM - The Education Department is offering states more time to enact promised reforms in exchange for permission to ignore unworkable parts of No Child Left Behind.
Posted: 3:56 PM - Medicare begins a major change next month that could save older diabetics money and time when they buy crucial supplies to test their blood sugar.
Posted: 3:47 PM - A central Kentucky man says he's the target of a federal hacking investigation tied to an ongoing inquiry into the rape of a teenage girl in Ohio.
Posted: 3:46 PM - Police officers here in Lawrenceburg didn't know Officer Jason Ellis personally, but they say they consider anyone in law enforcement family and they'll do all they can to help.
Posted: 2:29 PM - Following crowd-funding campaigns from "Veronica Mars" and Zach Braff, James Franco is seeking to raise $500,000 to bankroll a trilogy of movies.
Posted: 2:21 PM - President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin and other G-8 leaders took a united stance on seeking a negotiated Syrian peace settlement.
Posted: 2:17 PM - Don't expect to see Dunkin' Donuts revive its famous "Time to make the doughnuts" ad campaign anytime soon.
Updated: 4:06 PM - Heavy rains caused a big problem Monday night in Lexington. The owners of Joe's Mini Food Mart were inside when the roof came crashing down.
Updated: 5:29 PM - There's a lot of cleaning up to do in a South-Central Kentucky community after heavy rains on Monday. People in Marion County say they've never seen so much rain in such a short amount of time.
Updated: 1:17 PM - Police have arrested five people in connection to a theft ring. We're told they targeted businesses in Lexington, and there could be more arrests.
Updated: 1:09 PM - As the rain moved east more reports of flooding and damage started to come in. One of the hardest hit areas is the Big Creek community of Perry County where flash floods inundated a school with water.