The Paducah City Commission has chosen the next city manager.
A longtime business partner of President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, has pleaded guilty to tax fraud in a deal that requires him to cooperate in any ongoing investigations.
As Kentucky prepares to borrow $281 million on the bond market, one of the country's three major ratings agencies has dropped the state's credit rating to A from A+.
A federal transportation panel is recommending to states that all new large school buses be equipped with seatbelts.
Authorities are on the scene of an active shooting Tuesday afternoon at an apartment complex in Panama City, Florida, according to a Bay County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman.
A McCracken County woman's purse was stolen from a car. The suspect had to break a window to get into the car.
Facebook's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, speaks to members of the European Parliament, continuing his apology tour for the social network's mishandling of user information.
There were a few hiccups in Tuesday’s Kentucky primary.
Authorities say a Florida man climbed on top of playground equipment and yelled a vulgar explanation of where babies come from as the children played.
Under the proposed changes, hunters would also be allowed to hunt black bears with dogs, kill wolves and pups in their dens, and use motor boats to shoot swimming caribou.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested after the slaying of a Baltimore County, Maryland, police officer, and three other suspects are still being sought, police said Tuesday on Twitter.
Global airlines are obeying Beijing's demands to refer to Taiwan explicitly as a part of China, despite the White House's call this month to stand firm against such "Orwellian nonsense."
Lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano is pouring into the sea and setting off a chemical reaction that creates giant clouds of acid and fine glass.
A Missouri House committee is to hold its first hearing of a special session focused on whether to try to impeach Gov. Eric Greitens.
Top officials at the FBI and Justice Department have agreed to "review" highly classified information with lawmakers who have been seeking such information on the handling of the Russia investigation.