Posted: 10:39 AM The method of mining used at the Utah mine that collapsed Monday, trapping six miners, has a history of being disproportionately deadly, according to federal safety studies.
Posted: 10:17 AM Police were still searching Tuesday for two men who robbed a Louisville bank and shot two employees.
Posted: 9:38 AM An eastern Kentucky woman who alleged that she was assaulted by her state trooper husband has filed a lawsuit against him and the officers who investigated the case.
Updated: 11:20 AM A philanthropic foundation is giving $20 million to a program designed to promote healthy eating and exercise in schools. Kentucky schools will get some of that money.
Updated: 8:20 AM An Illinois newspaper is reporting that EKU president, Joanne Glasser is leaving to take a job at Bradley University. Glasser confirms to 27 NEWSFIRST through a release that she visited the school.
Updated: 11:24 PM A freak accident in western Kentucky killed a mother and her young son, and now police are investigating.
Updated: 11:24 PM A makeshift memorial for a Lexington teenager killed in a terrible accident has been removed.
Updated: 11:25 AM Repair crews are continuing work on the phone system in the Pike County Courthouse.
Updated: 11:33 AM Sheriff's deputies in Laurel County find more than 30 suspected marijuana plants.
Posted: 10:15 PM The Walkertown Montessori School is in a new building in downtown Hazard.
Updated: 11:28 AM There was some unexpected excitement at the East Kentucky Fair Friday night.
Updated: 11:44 AM A judge sent the cases of Tia Gilliland, Charles Anderson, and Gerald Anderson to a grand jury.
Posted: 10:04 PM Police say Paul K. Terry of Breathitt County chatted online with a detective who was posing as a 13-year-old girl.
Updated: 11:36 AM Business owners anticipate more traffic Tuesday as school starts, but they say the heavier traffic flow will actually hurt their sales further.
Updated: 11:39 AM The method of mining used at the Utah mine that collapsed Monday, trapping six miners, has a history of being disproportionately deadly, according to federal safety studies.
Posted: 9:50 PM Tom Spargur has been named publisher of The Daily News in Middlesboro, Kentucky.
Posted: 9:48 PM A state highway in eastern Kentucky has reopened after a train derailment dumped near 100 tons of coal onto the road from a bridge, police said.
Updated: 11:47 AM Governor Ernie Fletcher today announced a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to the Village of Buckhorn in Perry County for water line extensions.
Posted: 7:21 PM A jury was selected for the federal trial of Peggy Vanhoose.
Posted: 7:10 PM A Whitley County Judge took the jury's recommendation and gave William Burdine a 45 year sentence.