Posted: 2:57 PM An earthquake has shaken the San Francisco Bay area.
Updated: 3:51 PM A former Lexington teacher plead not guilty this morning in the death of her infant son.
Updated: 3:31 PM Principals at Jefferson County Public Schools can no longer use race to decide whether they can accept new or transfer students under a new plan put together by the district superintendent.
Posted: 10:45 PM The sheriff says they responded to the domestic violence call and noticed some suspicious behavior in the area.
Posted: 10:39 PM According to the station's operations manager, police recovered a half dozen pieces of equipment... which was all given back to the station.
Updated: 10:24 AM The Paintsville Herald reports 18-year old Dale Wells Junior was indicted on charges of murder, DUI and leaving the scene of an accident.
Posted: 10:16 PM Casino gambling isn't the only way gubernatorial nominee Steve Beshear plans to fund his agenda.
Posted: 10:13 PM State lawmakers haven't been working much lately, but are still getting paid nearly 200 dollars a day.
Posted: 4:48 PM Although state lawmakers haven't been working much lately, they're still getting paid nearly $200 day.
Updated: 4:20 PM A British national who has lived in Kentucky for 15 years is challenging a state law than bars non-citizens from carrying concealed deadly weapons.
Updated: 3:32 PM A handful of mountain churches are moving away from their traditional role as a refuge for the poor and addicted.
Posted: 3:54 PM Tens of thousands of volunteers from across the country poured into Mississippi and Louisiana to help people recover from Hurricane Katrina. Now, some are finding their help is no longer welcome.
Updated: 2:28 PM The search continues today for a man who robbed the First Federal Bank on Tates Creek Road yesterday.
Posted: 11:36 AM Leaks. Lawsuits. Profiteering. What a way to treat such a fine young man like Harry Potter.