The state Capitol will be dark on Saturday as part of an international environmental campaign sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund.
Posted: 5:58 AM
Witnesses saw the woman abandon a box near the river. They found a five week old puppy inside.
Updated: 5:52 PM
An undercover operation helped police bust a meat delivery man they say was using his job to sell drugs.
Updated: 5:56 PM
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to take up a challenge to a reference to "Almighty God" in Kentucky's homeland security law.
Updated: 11:10 PM
You might have noticed your allergies peaking around this time of year.
Updated: 5:52 PM
Two historic sites in central Kentucky have been added to a list of national landmarks.
Updated: 10:19 AM
While most of the fire fatality cases are different, the state fire marshal says often times they have something in common.
Updated: 11:58 PM
The BlackBerry Z10 will be available for pre-order starting March 14 at 8am ET onwww.verizonwireless.com/blackberryz10.
Posted: 9:38 AM
Frankfort Police say James Broughton was trafficking drugs at a bar.
Posted: 10:46 PM
Members of the Fairness Organization gathered at the capitol to urge Governor Beshear to veto House Bill 279.
Updated: 1:01 PM
Frankfort Police arrested a 70-year old woman who they say was driving drunk the wrong way down Interstate 64.
Updated: 5:40 PM
The Franklin County Humane Society receives grant for $77,000 for building renovations.
Updated: 5:27 PM
He didn't cause an accident, but he very well could have. State police tell us one driver was traveling the wrong way on the interstate.
Updated: 6:32 PM
House Speaker Greg Stumbo is calling again for passage of a measure to shore up government pensions in the waning days of the legislative session.
Posted: 7:11 AM
For several hours, The Nest Preschool in Frankfort was on lockdown after police said a man torched a car nearby and got away on foot.
Updated: 6:34 PM
Legislation intended to increase oversight of a multitude of tiny taxing districts that have existed largely under the radar of government auditors has cleared a Senate committee, but with a change that Auditor Adam Edelen called unacceptable.
Updated: 2:59 PM
The city of Frankfort saw about an inch of snow in most places, but it didn't have much of an impact on roads.
Updated: 11:55 AM
A proposal that could open the door to industrial hemp farming in Kentucky has cleared a House committee - but it still faces an uncertain future in the full chamber.
Updated: 11:15 AM
House Bill 279 sailed through the Kentucky House of Representatives and is now in the Senate. It's supporters say its designed to protect religious freedoms, but others say it could have different effects.
Updated: 6:26 AM
It started as a victim reporting a theft, but it ended with the same man behind bars after State Police say he drove himself to the post while intoxicated.
Updated: 11:09 PM
Police need your help in finding a man who broke into two stores, one of which he stole scissors from along with several other items.
Updated: 6:43 PM
The senators from Kentucky and Tennessee have introduced legislation to preserve tailwater fishing in the dams of the Cumberland River.
Posted: 5:22 AM
House lawmakers are still working on the always politically divisive issue of legislative redistricting.
Updated: 5:25 AM
Kentucky senators voted unanimously to pass Senate Bill 15, the Bryan Durman Act on Wednesday. Durman's widow, Brandy, was there to see the bill's passage.
Updated: 10:42 PM
A Franklin County woman arrested after police found dozens of animals at her farm in bad shape has pleaded guilty.
Updated: 5:46 PM
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