Updated: 06/19/2007 - There's a new "Ten Commandments" -- this one issued by the Vatican for drivers. These commandments tell motorists not to kill, not to drink and drive and to help fellow motorists in case of an accident.
Posted: 06/19/2007 - Dennis Richardson and Lee Bowling, both of Pittsburg, Gary Wagers of London, and Emanuel Bowling of East Bernstadt are charged with trafficking meth and prescription drugs.
Posted: 06/19/2007 - State police say a tractor trailer driven by Keith Perry crossed the center line and hit a pickup driven by 43-year old Linda Johnson of Bevinsville.
Posted: 06/19/2007 - Peabody Energy Corp. is considering building a coal conversion plant in Kentucky that could cost up to$3 billion and bring up to 800 full-time jobs, according to a letter released late Tuesday.
Posted: 06/19/2007 - Five environmental groups said Tuesday they want to join a federal government lawsuit that accuses Richmond, Va.-based Massey Energy Co. of violating the Clean Water Act thousands of times during the past six years.
Posted: 06/19/2007 - A panel set up by Gov. Ernie Fletcher is looking at ways to overhaul the state's retirement system, but that shouldn't worry current employees and retired personnel, the panel's chairman said Tuesday.
Updated: 06/19/2007 - The National Mining Association is criticizing as premature new federal mine safety legislation proposed today.
Updated: 06/19/2007 - A southern Kentucky woman has been sentenced in Wayne Circuit Court to 15 years in connection with the death of her eight-year-old son.
Posted: 06/19/2007 - Murray State University has shut down an out-of-use Internet message board after getting complaints that links to pornographic Web sites were sent out by e-mail using a school address.
Updated: 06/19/2007 - Weather system that spawned deadly Texas storms still hanging around.
Updated: 06/19/2007 - Poor people in Kentucky actually pay more for everyday expenses than their wealthier counterparts, according to a new study.
Updated: 06/19/2007 - Kentucky can usually count on national headlines for its expensive horse races, but not necessarily national political races.
Updated: 06/19/2007 - A Lexington community is on edge after several reports have been made of a peeping tom in the area.
Posted: 06/19/2007 - A plea of not guilty has been entered in Lexington by a former case worker at the Federal Medical Center to charges she had an 18-month sexual relationship with an inmate and then lied to federal agents about it.