Glen Wood, the courtly and innovative patriarch of the famed Wood Brothers Racing team who had been the oldest living member of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, died Friday. He was 93.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul's attorneys say the Republican lawmaker's political views should be off-limits at his upcoming civil trial against his neighbor.
The legal pressure on the prominent family behind the company that makes OxyContin, the prescription painkiller that helped fuel the nation’s opioid epidemic, is likely to get more intense.
Missourians will get February food stamps early because of the federal government shutdown.
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is canceling a congressional fact-finding trip to Afghanistan and claiming the White House leaked her plans to fly commercial.
One of the four Americans killed in a suicide bomb attack claimed by the Islamic State group in Syria this week was a soldier based out of Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
Police in Tennessee say two men were caught at the Nashville International Airport with more than 150 pounds of marijuana in their suitcases.
The House intelligence committee chairman said he will “do what is necessary” to confirm a published report that President Donald Trump directed his personal attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about negotiations over a real estate project in Moscow during the 2016 election.
The father of a man accused of fatally shooting four people at a Nashville Waffle House last year wants a lawsuit against him by a victim's mother thrown out.
The Republican leader has been conspicuously deferential to Trump since the shutdown began. He’s waiting on the president and Democrats to make a deal to end it.
The shutdown battle between President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is playing out as a surreal game of constitutional brinkmanship, with both flexing political powers from opposite ends of Pennsylvania Avenue as the negotiations to end the monthlong partial government shutdown remain stalled.
The first female police chief in Marion, Illinois — who was also the department's first female officer — is retiring after more than 25 years of service.
Housing advocates are worried for people living in low income housing during the partial government shutdown. That's because more than 1,000 government-backed housing contracts for public housing and section 8 are expiring,.
New changes and new goals: That's what came out of the Paducah Area Community Reuse Organization's Wednesday meeting.
Sean Irons was in court Thursday, but he was not in handcuffs. Judge Tim Kaltenbach held a hearing to determine whether he was released from jail too soon.
One person was killed and two people were injured in a two-vehicle crash in Carlisle County Thursday evening.