Hurricane Maria is expected to soon create dangerous waves and strong rip currents along parts of the southeast U.S. coast as the Category 3 storm moves...
So far this semester, nine sexual assaults have been reported at Murray State University. When a report is made, the school sends an email to students.
Puerto Rican officials rushed to evacuate tens of thousands of people downstream of a failing dam and said they could not reach more than half the towns in the U.S. territory...
The Western District of Kentucky now has a new United States attorney. Russell M. Coleman was sworn in Friday.
Drivers can expect one-lane traffic along a section of Kentucky 402/Brewers Highway in Marshall County starting Monday, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
A drug company has agreed to pay more than $35 million to resolve criminal and civil charges that it falsely marketed a cholesterol medication.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has rejected a measure requiring Illinois elementary schools to teach cursive writing.
Planned Parenthood is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to vacate an appeals court order that slowed the expansion of abortion services in Missouri.
Crews began work this week on construction of the new performing arts center at Murphysboro High School.
After more than a decade in charge of protecting families in our area, McCracken County Sheriff Jon Hayden will not seek reelection.
Merna Rodriguez hadn’t heard from her son, Moses Cruz, since Hurricane Maria made landfall.
The federal government is telling election officials in 21 states that hackers targeted their systems last year, although in most cases the systems were not breached.
Kentucky's attorney general has hired four law firms to investigate and potentially sue the makers, distributors and retailers of opioids.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed a new Illinois law that will let adults earn high school diplomas instead of general-education certificates.
Sen. John McCain says he won't vote for the Republican bill repealing the Obama health care law. His statement likely deals a fatal blow to the last-gasp GOP measure in a Senate showdown expected next week.
President Donald Trump is weighing the next steps of his controversial travel ban.
President Donald Trump used Twitter Friday to slam Sen. Rand Paul and other Republicans who might oppose the GOP's last-gasp effort to topple the Obama health care law. Paul fired back, calling the Senate bill "fake repeal" and saying the White House just wants a victory without caring about the legislation's details.