A federal judge has refused to undo Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s action that reorganized the state school board.
If you have a smartphone, Alexa or other smart device, you probably know by now they're always listening. You might not realize how many times those devices record what you are saying.
A presentation at the McCracken County Library on Thursday focused on the role west Kentucky played in the Underground Railroad.
The roadway was closed around a home on US 68 in Aurora, Kentucky, was closed for several hours Thursday while state police and other agencies responded to a medical emergency, Kentucky State Police say.
It's been nearly three months since Genova stopped production and told more than a hundred employees they were out of a job.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear says while the risk of the novel coronavirus coming to the commonwealth is low, both the state government and local health departments are prepared.
US stocks again sold off sharply on Thursday as worries about coronavirus mounted. The three main indexes fell into correction territory and are on track for their worst week since the financial crisis.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said Thursday that his administration will soon introduce legislation allowing “permitless carry” to take effect in Tennessee.
White supremacists and other far-right extremists killed at least 38 people in the U.S. in 2019, the sixth deadliest year for violence by all domestic extremists since 1970.
A Winter Park, Florida woman is accused of zipping her boyfriend into a suitcase, recording his cries for help and leaving him inside until he died.
A gunman shattered a regular work day at the Molson Coors complex in Milwaukee on Wednesday, killing five co-workers before he turned the gun on himself.
Kentucky Senators have passed a bill that would prevent the governor from pardoning people during their final days in office. If it passes the House, it will go on this year's ballot for voters to decide.
Community spread means the virus begins moving through a community and the "source of the infection is unknown," the agency said.
It's no longer in last place. But when it comes to animal protection laws, Kentucky is still near the bottom in the country. Each year, the Animal Legal Defense Fund ranks all 50 states. And while Kentucky has made some strides, Local 6 looks at the many areas that still need improvement.
Emergency 911 call services are working in Pulaski County, Illinois, but Emergency Management Agency Director Ken Kerley says callers will not hear the phone ring when they call.
McCracken County Jailer David Knight credits teamwork with law enforcement and communication as keys to capturing an escaped inmate that fled to eastern Kentucky, and said the jail will work to ensure proper procedures are being followed.
President Donald Trump placed Vice President Mike Pence in charge of the U.S. government response to the novel coronavirus, amid growing criticism of the White House's handling of the outbreak.
The fight to pause construction on the indoor recreation and aquatic center failed in a four-to-one vote. Groups for and against the multimillion-dollar facility move forward.
A new outpatient heart failure clinic in southern Illinois will allow folks in the community to receive care closer to home and reduce hospital stays.
A Colorado nonprofit that helps veterans and people living with post traumatic stress disorder was scammed out of thousands of dollars from a business claiming to be in Paducah.
We are tracking your tax dollars and following the downtown Paducah hotel development project, or City Block project, and the TIF district project.
Investigators who have been searching a North Carolina pond for missing Tennessee toddler Evelyn Boswell say their search was "inconclusive."
The president announced a news conference for Wednesday evening to address the virus amid an escalating global toll and an increasingly urgent international response.
A worker at the sprawling Molson Coors complex in Milwaukee opened fire Wednesday afternoon, killing five employees before taking his own life, the company's chief executive officer and police said.
Schools would be banned from “lunch shaming” students unable to afford school meals, under a bill that has been narrowly advanced by a Tennessee House panel.
Researchers from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas speculated that the expensive car owners "felt a sense of superiority over other road users."
The mother and grandmother of a missing 15-month-old girl are now in the same Tennessee jail after giving conflicting accounts about the toddler’s disappearance.