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.
Updated: 10:51 AM With all grilling going on this summer, WYMT wanted to pass along some food safety tips so you can keep your holiday enjoyable.
Posted: 3:22 PM Federal agents put a damper on a fireworks wholesaler, raiding its warehouse and nearby retail store in northern Kentucky just two days before the Fourth of July.
Posted: 3:18 PM Federal prosecutors filed notice Tuesday that they will seek the death penalty if former soldier Steven D. Green is convicted of killing an Iraqi family and raping a 14-year-old girl.
Posted: 3:12 PM As the Louisville school system begins to adjust to a U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down its student assignment program, the new superintendent said Tuesday that its system may only need to be tweaked, not overhauled.
Updated: 2:27 PM The globe-trotting American lawyer who caused an international public health incident by traveling while infected with tuberculosis has a less severe form of the disease than previously diagnosed, a federal health official said Tuesday.
Updated: 1:02 PM British police focused Tuesday on at least four physicians with roots outside Britain - including a doctor seized at an Australian airport with a one-way ticket - in the investigation into failed car bombings in Glasgow and London.
Updated: 12:14 PM The man police arrested in a murder for hire plot was in court this morning, however, the case against Tristan Lobensommer was continued.
Updated: 12:04 PM The Salvation Army kicked off it's LemonAID Days campaign today.
Updated: 1:25 PM A little bit of monkey business has landed two northern Kentucky teens in big trouble.
Updated: 12:18 PM A judge orders a mental evaluation for a Lexington man charged with gunning down a repo man.
Posted: 11:13 AM A former Roman Catholic priest will face a second trial on sexual-abuse charges in October, after the Kentucky Supreme Court tossed out a jury's verdict.