Updated: 2:28 PM People from several states and countries gathered in Lexington today to remember an Asbury graduate, and evangelist who died earlier this month while saving his child from drowning.
Updated: 7:48 AM Two young children and a woman were killed in a boating accident on the Ohio River early this morning.
Updated: 11:22 PM A traffic nightmare for drivers today after an accident blocks traffic for nearly seventeen hours.
Updated: 6:09 PM A federal jury on Friday determined Lexmark's patents weren't violated by a company that makes parts allowing the printer giant's toner cartridges to be reused.
Updated: 4:16 PM Several rail cars went off the track at an industrial park in Louisville on Friday.
Posted: 3:45 PM The Wayne County sheriff says a baby found on a doorstep doesn't belong to a missing pregnant woman.
Updated: 2:40 PM Pizza makers - from family run pizzerias to national delivery chains - are feeling the pinch from escalating costs for an essential ingredient in a competitive industry.
Updated: 2:38 PM Just after a southern Indiana man's trial ended on charges that he attacked hospital workers, one of his relatives was arrested for scuffling with sheriff's deputies outside the courtroom.
Updated: 4:49 PM A World War II fighter plane once entombed under hundreds of feet of snow and ice in Greenland is back on a mission it began nearly 65 years ago.
Updated: 9:08 AM If you're one of those people who has been thinking about entering something in the Kentucky State Fair, it`s time to get moving.
Updated: 9:14 AM Three western Kentucky foster children are in a juvenile detention center after police say they shot at them during a car chase.
Updated: 9:12 AM Kentucky's Supreme Court has thrown out a death sentence against Charles Bussell in a 1991 western Kentucky robbery and murder.
Updated: 3:53 PM The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for portions of south central Indiana and central Kentucky. There are no watches or warnings in effect.
Posted: 8:50 AM The government reports farmers in 17 counties are eligible for federal disaster assistance, including low interest emergency loans from U-S-D-As Farm Service Agency, if eligibility requirements are met.
Posted: 8:44 AM A father-and-son management team have filed a lawsuit against the owners of a Kentucky horse breeding operation, claiming they were defrauded out of (m) millions of dollars.