Posted: 6:20 AM There's a lot to do around Lexington to celebrate the July 4th holiday.
Posted: 10:16 PM Police say James R. Simpson, of London, refused to stop which led to the chase in London.
Updated: 10:47 AM Investigators say they received a tip Monday that someone found more body parts on waterworks road... about ten miles from the original scene.
Updated: 10:24 AM The Paintsville Herald reports William David Sowards admitted to shooting his brother, Frank, but claimed it was self defense.
Updated: 10:52 AM A pricey polar bear exhibit at the Louisville Zoo and whether state university employees should have domestic partner benefits are on the legislative docket when the General Assembly convenes in special session this week.
Updated: 11:15 AM A Florida teenager died on Monday following an accident on Lake Cumberland in south-central Kentucky, officials said.
Posted: 9:57 PM East Kentucky Power Cooperative has agreed to spend $650 million on equipment to reduce emissions and pay a $750,000 fine to settle a lawsuit over pollution, federal officials announced Monday.
Updated: 11:18 AM A thrill ride at a Louisville amusement park remained closed Monday while investigators continued to take statements from witnesses about an accident in which a teenager's feet were cut off, state officials said.
Updated: 11:23 AM For western Kentucky grain farmer Bill Clift, last week's soaking rains came just in time for his drought-stressed corn crop.
Posted: 8:25 PM State police say 30-year-old Clinton Hursey couldn't stop his motorcycle fast enough from sliding underneath a coal truck killing him.
Posted: 6:22 PM Governor Ernie Fletcher has signed an executive order calling for a special session of the General Assembly beginning Thursday in Frankfort.
Posted: 6:08 PM Friends and family members of a northern Kentucky soldier killed in Iraq paid tribute to him during a memorial service Monday.
Updated: 5:53 PM A 14-year-old Florida boy died this afternoon following an accident on Lake Cumberland.
Posted: 5:14 PM The search continued Monday for a missing 4-year-old boy by using surveillance cameras from area businesses, although police scaled back their search of the neighborhood a day earlier.
Posted: 5:03 PM For western Kentucky grain farmer Bill Clift, last week's soaking rains came just in time for his drought-stressed corn crop.