Updated: 08/14/2007 - The Sept. 11 memorial is taking a new name, survivors' stories and artifacts from its planned museum on a national tour that begins in South Carolina on the eve of the terrorist attacks' sixth anniversary.
Updated: 08/14/2007 - A well known Lexington retailer files for bankruptcy protection.
Updated: 08/14/2007 - The judge-executive of Madison County is willing to admit guilt to a charge of drinking in public, but he won't do the same for charges of alcohol intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Updated: 08/16/2007 - Police in southern Kentucky are searching for a missing woman with Alzheimer's.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - Officials at the Kentucky Blood Center say without a tremendous increase in donors, 67 hospitals will be looking at a deficit of one thousand units of blood by month's end.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - Farmers in Bell, Harlan, Letcher, and Pike County may qualify for loan assistance, including low interest emergency loans if eligibility requirements are met.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - Police say 64-year old Barbara Ellen Lake Bishop was last seen Sunday afternoon in Mount Vernon.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - The woman police say dropped off her newborn baby boy on a sweltering hot church doorstep faced a judge Monday morning.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - Governor Fletcher announced today that fiscal courts in 35 counties will receive refunds from mining permit and acreage fees.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell told a national police conference Monday that congressional action to expand the government's eavesdropping powers against suspected foreign terrorists was needed to make the United States safer.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - Ferguson is just south of Somerset in south-central Kentucky. It's a fifth-class city with just over 900 residents.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - While some view the proposal as a way of advancing clean-coal technology, others believe such a plant is likely to cause damage to Kentucky's environment.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - The trial for an eastern Kentucky man charged with second degree escape is put on hold.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - Sarah Davenport was sentenced to 5 years in prison.
Posted: 08/13/2007 - Beginning Friday and continuing through September third, Kentucky State Police and law enforcement agencies state-wide will be conducting an impaired driving enforcement campaign.