Updated: 5:50 PM The remains of a central Kentucky soldier missing since World War II have been identified, along the with the remains of eight other service members.
Updated: 6:02 PM A Lexington man arrested for raping an 89-year old woman has been ordered to have a mental evaluation.
Updated: 12:55 PM Concerns about pot pies have Conagra Foods asking stores to stop selling some popular brands.
Posted: 12:46 PM There's a voluntary recall for over the counter cough and cold medicines for babies.
Posted: 12:43 PM A property owner knocked down a makeshift memorial to a young boy killed by his foster parents and whose body was burned at the site, saying he grew tired of mourners and their litter.
Posted: 12:11 PM The University of Louisville has revised its plan to provide health insurance coverage for domestic partners of employees in order to comply with an opinion issued by the attorney general's office.
Updated: 11:01 AM The University of Kentucky's president has announced a plan for medical school training sites at Murray State University and Morehead State University.
Posted: 10:50 AM A new three-year contract proposal from Kroger has been rejected by Cincinnati area supermarket workers, including employees in northern Kentucky.
Posted: 10:48 AM Members of the Second Brigade from Fort Campbell's 101st Airborne Division are preparing to leave the post this week to head to Iraq.
Posted: 8:22 AM Customers in the Nicholas County Water District are under a boil water advisory.
Posted: 11:33 PM A Lexington neighborhood association says they worked for years to raise money for signs for their neighborhood only to have one of them stolen.
Posted: 5:43 PM A Murray-based Kentucky National Guard unit learns they will be heading to Iraq.
Posted: 5:22 PM A jury in Lexington ruled in favor of Allstate Insurance Co., in a lawsuit brought by a woman who challenged the insurance giant's claims procedure.
Posted: 5:19 PM Officials in Cleveland have announced that public schools will be closed tomorrow in the wake of today's shootings at an alternative high school.
Posted: 5:14 PM Two central Kentucky children are recovering after contracting the E.coli bacteria.