Posted: 6:30 PM Each day of the special session is expected to cost tax payers 60,000 dollars.
Posted: 6:26 PM People in one eastern Kentucky county are having some trouble with their phone service on this 4th of July.
Posted: 6:24 PM Police are cracking down on speeders and drunk drivers this holiday, Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement officers are set up on I-75 in Laurel County.
Updated: 8:12 AM Cadaver dogs are now looking for 37 year old Mark Sayers, who's been missing since a boating accident Saturday in Russell County.
Posted: 6:15 PM Police say 50 year old Paul Collins was shot in the stomach Tuesday night at Don’s Pool Hall on Quicksand Road in Jackson.
Updated: 6:31 PM An eastern Kentucky man is dead after a domestic dispute in Letcher County and another man is charged with his murder on the Fourth Of July.
Posted: 5:41 PM Lexington police say a woman ran a red light at the Man O' War and Alumni Drive intersection and hit a man on a motorcycle. It happened Wednesday morning.
Updated: 11:17 AM A Kentucky college is seeking a million dollars in state funds as part of an attempt to lure a presidential debate in 2008.
Posted: 3:41 PM The University of Kentucky's hospital has stopped performing Medicare-funded heart transplants after it failed to meet the minimum number of operations to qualify for reimbursement for the procedure.
Posted: 12:41 PM A western Kentucky man has been convicted on second-degree manslaughter and first-degree burglary in the death of an 80-year-old woman.
Updated: 11:43 AM President Bush says however difficult the fight in Iraq is, "we must win it."
Updated: 12:56 PM Freed British reporter Alan Johnston waved to journalists upon his arrival in Jerusalem from the Gaza Strip, where he had been help captive for nearly four months.
Updated: 11:30 AM The Fourth of July fireworks display billed as the nation's biggest is trying to up this year's oohs and aahs with a pyrotechnic novelty: exploding shells aimed at the water, not the sky.
Updated: 11:24 PM An ATV accident sends a teenager to the hospital.
Updated: 10:42 AM One man is in the hospital and another in jail this morning, after a shooting in Eastern Kentucky.
Updated: 10:47 AM Saxophone player Boots Randolph, the western Kentucky native who wrote and recorded the Benny Hill theme "Yakety Sax," died today in Nashville (Tennessee) at age 80.
Updated: 10:59 AM First Lieutenant Christopher Neill Rutherford of Newport, Ohio died Monday when a bomb went off near his vehicle.
Posted: 10:02 PM An eastern Kentucky man has died a month after being shot. Officials say Les Cox died Tuesday in a Tennessee hospital.