A chaotic scene in Richmond Wednesday night when a reported fire forced the evacuation of the Richmond mall and Cinemark Theater.
Updated: 1:06 AM
A Bell County man is convicted of second degree manslaughter in the death of his daughter. Garrett Taylor was charged with murder. During his testimony Taylor tried to explain what happened the night his daughter died.
Updated: 12:53 AM
Rides are under more scrutiny following an accident at Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom last month.
Updated: 8:27 PM
Louisville police have been looking for the person who killed little Cesar Ivan Aguilar-Cano.
Updated: 6:54 PM
A grand jury indicts a woman police say killed her one-month-old son earlier this year.
Updated: 1:06 AM
For The Love of Dogs Bakery and Boutique will host a canine style show Thursday night to benefit the "Love on a Leash" Program.
Updated: 7:08 PM
Former first lady, Lady Bird Johnson, died Wednesday at her home in Austin, Texas of natural causes.
Posted: 6:19 PM
A fiery crash kills two people on a rural road in Bourbon County, but police are having a hard time identifying the victims.
Updated: 5:54 PM
Kentucky's U.S. senators have offered a proposal aimed at accelerating the destruction of chemical weapons stored in central Kentucky by at least six years.
Updated: 8:18 AM
A grand jury indicted a Kentucky State Trooper in connection with a Grant County crash.
Updated: 11:24 PM
A state audit is questioning nearly the entire 14-(M) million-dollar budget of an eastern Kentucky county with a history of misspending funds, according to documents released today.
Updated: 7:03 PM
Two former Kentucky middle school teachers have been arrested for allegedly sexually abusing a student decades ago.
Posted: 3:01 PM
A woman is in the hospital after a serious crash along a Berea road.
Posted: 2:55 PM
New information in a bus crash earlier this week indicates the bus may not have been fit to drive.
Updated: 2:14 PM
Two children injured in a crash along Interstate 75 continue to recover.
The kids are listed in critical condition at UK Hospital.
Posted: 1:53 PM
Kentucky didn't make the cut for a 450 million dollar national lab where killer germs like anthrax, avian flu and foot-and-mouth disease will be studied.
Updated: 1:37 PM
President Bush is threatening to veto legislation setting a date for a troop withdrawal from Iraq.
Updated: 1:34 PM
China's official news agency says the country has banned toothpaste companies from using a thickening agent used in antifreeze in its products.
Updated: 1:30 PM
A woman might be charged in the nearly four-year-old case of a pizza deliveryman who, after he robbed a bank, was killed by a bomb locked around his neck, her lawyer said Tuesday.
Updated: 2:42 PM
A state court of appeals judge denied an appeal from local businesses to place an injunction on the city's recently expanded smoking ban.
Posted: 11:41 AM
A fire that began in a Cincinnati warehouse last night destroyed four buildings, including one that contained thousands of costumes used by theater companies and festivals.
Updated: 2:22 PM
Sprint Nextel Corp. isn't apologizing for its decision to ax customers it determined were calling customer service too often.
Posted: 11:35 AM
A violent accident in Woodford County killed a Louisville man.
Updated: 2:20 PM
Senator Edward Kennedy is raising new questions about whether the post of surgeon general is too political and if Dr. James Holsinger of Kentucky is the right candidate.
Updated: 2:23 PM
A pizza delivery turned dangerous early Wednesday morning in Lexington when the delivery man was robbed at gunpoint.
Updated: 11:42 AM
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