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University of Kentucky wide receiver Jeff Badet is expected to be sidelined 2-3 months after breaking his leg during spring football practice.
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Kentucky is synonymous with bourbon. Therefore, it may be surprising that even one of Business Insider's 13 best bourbons are distilled outside the Bluegrass State.
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Police have identified one of two females found dead inside a central Kentucky home as a result of some type of trauma.
The doctor fired after an inmate's death at Kentucky State Penitentiary will keep his private practice but may hire a lawyer as the state's investigation continues, his wife said Tuesday.
Former President Bill Clinton continued to have a successful career after having a highly-publicized affair.
Police say two females have been found dead inside a central Kentucky home as a result of some type of trauma.
Looking for an unusual gift to give? Consider a rifle or knife from former state Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer's administration.
Police in Hopkinsville say the death of a 4-year-old boy at his home has been ruled an accident.
The Ledger Independent reported that 25-year-old Jesse Logan Bertram, 36-year-old John C. Glispie and 26-year-old Brian Clark, all of Garrison, entered the pleas on Friday in Lewis Circuit Court to a charge of reckless homicide.
In a bold move, Kentucky pol Elisabeth Jensen has vocalized her support of the Affordable Health Care Act in her bid for Congress.
The receptions will coincide with a five-day event called the Kentucky Bourbon Affair, which gives bourbon fans an up-close look at the industry.
The Kentucky Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has named Kaitlin Harrison, RD, LD as the 2014 Kentucky Young Dietitian of the Year.
The heavy cost of keeping up with all that snow and ice means less money for maintenance this Spring.
As a child Theresa Osborne was delighted to listen to stories - some true, some not - that were spun by her grandmothers.
Kentucky Legislature Adjourns Without Having Passed Bill to Let Candidates Run for President and U.S. Senate in Same Year On April 18, the Kentucky legislature adjourned, without having passed SB 205, which would have let U.S. Senator Rand Paul run for re-election in 2016 even if he is also running for the Republican presidential nomination.
This Feb. 7, 2014 file photo shows Kentucky Republican Senate candidate Matt Bevin speaking in Fisherville, Ky.
In the last eight years, Kentucky has awarded more than $43 million to 90 companies with operations in Kentucky through the Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation's SBIR/STTR matching program.