Updated: 10:47 AM A Marine killed in the Korean War will be returned home to Kentucky nearly six decades after his death.
Posted: 11:25 PM A double murder suspect wanted in South Carolina is found hiding in central Kentucky.
Updated: 7:02 PM Kentucky knocks off number one ranked LSU.
Updated: 5:15 PM Complaint alleges Stumbo used the Fletcher investigation to boost his career
Updated: 2:42 PM A Warren Circuit Court jury has sentenced to life in prison for 25 years without parole a Clay County man charged with killing two people.
Posted: 4:25 PM man was reportedly attempting to run over officer
Updated: 2:50 PM One pregnant, other has 3-month old daughter
Posted: 10:44 AM Secretary of State loking for help
Posted: 10:39 AM Incident followed controversial editorial cartoon in student newspaper
Updated: 11:17 AM Final weeks of campaign ramping up
Posted: 10:29 AM Conservative factions threatening to split and form own churches
Posted: 7:34 PM A Lexington high school student was arrested after police say he brought a knife to school.
Posted: 6:37 PM Kentucky journalist and columnist Billy Reed visited Pikeville College Friday morning.
Posted: 6:28 PM John Wayne Collins is accused of killing his first cousin, Steve Collins, in October of 2004 in the Roots Branch community in Clay County.
Posted: 6:25 PM Members of the Kentucky Education Association and the United Mine Workers of America pledge their support for nurses on strike.
Posted: 6:23 PM Tonight a candlelight vigil will be held for an Estill County man killed in a motorcycle crash in Georgia.
Updated: 10:24 AM The Paintsville Tourism Commission reached a settlement with their fired general manager after a judge says they violated a court order when they fired her a second time.
Posted: 6:20 PM A northern Kentucky mother charged with killing her husband will not get her $1 million bond reduced.
Updated: 11:47 PM Police say the body of Max Dale Brock was found in the Woolum community of Knox County in a remote wooded area.
Posted: 6:11 PM Friday morning's cool temperatures didn't keep some folks from marching in downtown Pikeville.