Updated: 2:46 PM A woman is found badly injured in a parking lot. She says she was beaten and robbed.
Updated: 2:36 PM On Sunday 92 new cadets reported for state police training in Frankfort. Twelve of them being women. Making this the largest group of women to enter the academy in it's history.
Updated: 11:53 PM Since the beginning of the summer most of Kentucky has been under a moderate to severe drought.
Updated: 6:26 AM There is growing concern from a nearby community at the Knox-Whitley County line as multiple forest fires continue to flair up across the region.
Posted: 9:49 PM Americans spend billions each year on hair removal products from razors to waxes and creams.
Posted: 9:47 PM One eastern Kentucky boy is not even four, but has already had to have twenty surgeries and it's not over yet.
Posted: 9:10 PM The drought is drying up lakes across eastern Kentucky, forcing water shortages in many areas.
Updated: 12:40 PM May open office in China
Posted: 12:22 PM Woman may have been involved in other similar robberies
Updated: 9:47 AM Teen worker says McDonald's is to blame; company disagrees
Updated: 8:22 AM An emotional night on the soccer fields at Lexington Christian Academy Saturday night. The new renovated field was dedicated to a victim of the crash of Comair Flight 5191.
Posted: 11:53 PM A community pulls together to make one memorable night for a young Fleming County girl and her family.
Updated: 3:22 PM Dozens of people rallied in front of an Applebee's restaurant in Lexington today to support a woman who said she was told to cover up while breast-feeding her son.
Updated: 6:24 PM Early morning accident occured at mile marker 41 on I-75 in Laurel County
Updated: 2:08 PM Reverses early position to air ad claiming McConnell helped a non-profit get millions in government grants
Updated: 6:22 PM Police told car had green light when motorcycle crashed into vehicle.
Updated: 10:45 AM Five billion dollar health care expansion projects in Lexington and Louisville
Posted: 9:58 AM Despite five percent drop, delays double
Posted: 9:25 AM Drought in Kentucky, ranked as one of the top producers of the illegal crop, drying up pot crop
Posted: 9:17 AM The six social workers were the focus of a state investigation and a report admonishing them for excesses, but no wrongdoing.
Updated: 10:00 AM State officials have issued a citation to a Lexington water treatment plant for a spill of more than three million gallons of sewage into a Lexington creek.