Posted: 11:14 AM A federal court has struck down rules on working hours for truckers that were strongly criticized by safety advocates.
Posted: 11:03 AM The question of Sunday restaurant alcohol sales is back on the front burner in Richmond.
Updated: 3:07 PM Police and water rescue officials were able to pull a vehicle out of a Boone County Lake today after a teenage girl drove the car into the lake.
Updated: 10:45 AM A 22-year-old workman on a mowing crew was struck by a car and killed yesterday on the William H. Natcher Parkway in Daviess County.
Updated: 10:46 AM A Senate panel is nearing a vote on a proposal to put tobacco under Food and Drug Administration regulation despite objections that such a move would only entrench the market position of the nation's No. 1 tobacco company.
Posted: 8:31 AM Gov. Ernie Fletcher along with house and senate leaders will meet today with officials from Peabody Energy.
Posted: 12:49 AM The state's largest facility for mentally retarded adults has been cited again over the injury of a patient.
Updated: 10:50 AM Seven people learned how long they will spend in jail for drug-related offences during hearings held in Breathitt Circuit Court.
Posted: 12:40 AM The man who police say shot at an Irvine police officer, before causing a standoff, says he's not guilty.
Posted: 12:35 AM The lab was found at a home off Route 421 in the Sand Gap community.
Posted: 11:31 PM Joyce Crider vanished almost five years ago, now her family is putting up a 20 thousand dollar reward for anyone that can give police the location of her remains.
Updated: 7:55 AM When Kentucky's new sex offender law went into effect last October, Lexington police officers went door-to-door looking for convicted sex offenders. The law ruled that they could no longer live within 1,000 feet of a church, school, day care or a park with a pool. But now a Kentucky judge has ruled the law is unconstitutional.
Posted: 10:38 PM State police say 33-year old Vonda Phillips lost control of her SUV, went into a ditch, hit an embankment, and overturned.
Posted: 7:02 PM More money today for those making the least. The federal minimum wage today goes up for the first time in ten years, jumping 70 cents to five dollars and 85 cents an hour.
Posted: 6:58 PM The head of the Legislative Research Commission said Monday that lawmakers will be paid for the entirety of the special session of the General Assembly.
Posted: 6:54 PM State police say it happened at the Little Rock Baptist Church in Kona.