1 hr ago | Post and Courier
Congres-sional redistricting that was completed last year may have to be redone in an upcoming special legislative session, adding one more potential complication to what has become a protracted effort by Kentucky lawmakers to redraw political boundaries.
5 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
Clothing and novelty chain Urban Outfitters has announced it will no longer sell shot glasses, flasks and other items mimicking prescription pill bottles.
9 hrs ago | News9 Oklahoma City
A central Kentucky man who goes by the online name KyAnonymous said Tuesday he is the target of an investigation into who hacked into an Ohio high school's computer and posted a video related the rape of a... A central Kentucky man who goes by the online name KyAnonymous said Tuesday he is the target of an investigation into who hacked into an Ohio ... (more)
12 hrs ago | WCHS-TV Charleston
District Judge Kim Shumate, who serves on the state's Veterans Task Force within the Kentucky Access to Justice Commission, told The News-Enterprise that Hardin County officials have applied for a grant to fund such a program.
17 hrs ago | Lexington Herald-Leader
The pageant will be at the University of Kentucky Singletary Center for the Arts.
18 hrs ago | Lexington Herald-Leader
Officer Jason Ellis, who was 33, was killed by shotgun blasts as he stopped to pull limbs from a ramp on the Bluegrass Parkway on May 25. Tips can be sent to EllisCaseEtips ky.gov.
The 50 students haven't even started ninth grade yet, but they're gathered this summer at a high school for a special program on statistics, language and social awareness taught by teachers who specialize in Advanced Placement classes.
She wore a gold-colored earring that resembled a bee, with pink-colored stones on the upper sides and a single clear stone at the bottom.
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The Kentucky long rifle was effectively used as a sniping weapon during the Revolutionary War - allowing colonial soldiers to pick off officers at range due to its rifling and superior accuracy.
Last week, Kentucky coach Mark Stoops offered a scholarship to defensive back Jairus Brents, a 13-year-old who hasn't yet begun the eighth grade.
Some community-based organizations and local health departments are hosting free test events for HIV this month, as National HIV Testing Day is marked on June 27. The goal is to let individuals learn their status and be linked to services if needed.
Linda J. Hawkins, owner of Heart to Heart Publishing Inc., was recently invited to participate in the Kentucky Export Initiative' Trade and Business Mission to Canada.
Results were released last week for a national study done by Feeding America. The study shows that many Eastern Kentuckians do not know where their next meal will come from.
Phone calls were received by law enforcement officials in Northern Kentucky just before 4 p.m. indicating that a body was seen floating down the river near Anderson Ferry in Constance, Ky.
Many quarterback recruiting dominoes have fallen recently, as several Elite 11 Finalists have made up their minds the past several days.
A Confederate general whose brother-in-law was the Union president is depicted in new bronze busts being sold to finance a statue destined for Elizabethtown's Public Square.