Gov. Matt Bevin's administration is refusing to give Planned Parenthood a license to operate an abortion clinic at its downtown Louisville location.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said he is disappointed about the upcoming closure of the Briggs & Stratton facility in Murray, but respects the company's decision and will work to help employees that are affected.
Environmental officials say untreated wastewater from a distillery in Kentucky has spilled into a creek, killing an unknown number of fish.
Kentucky's labor secretary says more than 1,000 teachers violated state law by participating in mass rallies at the state Capitol that forced some schools to close.
The McCracken County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help identifying a man wanted for questioning after multiple vehicles were broken into in the county.
A proposed inter-local agreement for Paducah and McCracken County got a vote of support Thursday from the Paducah-McCracken County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The president of the Murray Calloway Economic Development Corporation says leaders are already planning to recruit companies after learning the city’s second-largest manufacturing employer will close.
The Special Weapons and Tactics (S.W.A.T.) team in Paducah said situations like the standoff Wednesday in Philadelphia remind them how important it is to be prepared and have trained officers.
A gasoline engine manufacturer will be opening up a new facility in southeast Missouri to create 130 jobs within the next 12 months.
Kentucky's outgoing lieutenant governor has sued Gov. Matt Bevin in an effort to win reinstatement of her two staff members who were dismissed by Bevin's administration.
After getting hit in the head with a soccer ball at 16, Emma Warren suffered a concussion. After doctors did an MRI, they found something unexpected.
A new state law requires Kentucky public schools to display the motto "In God We Trust," and one school district has responded with framed copies of a $1 bill.
Last New Year's Eve, the steeple of a west Kentucky church was toppled by strong winds. Wednesday morning, a new steeple was finally installed.
The DOE Office of Civil Rights is investigating North Marshall Middle School regarding an incident in May. A family says the school nurse refused to see their daughter when she was having low blood sugar.
U.S. Agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue's agriculture disaster declaration for Illinois due to severe flooding opens up aid to five west Kentucky counties, including McCracken.
Mental illness and homelessness can often go hand in hand. In Paducah, organizations that help the homeless say some people are falling through the cracks because of a lack of resources.
In what's turning out to be a heated race between the two men vying for votes in the race for Kentucky attorney general in November, Republican candidate Daniel Cameron said Tuesday he has a number of issues he's eager to tackle if elected.
A proposal that would increase the hotel tax to fund tourism-related sports projects passed a first reading at McCracken County Fiscal Court.
The city of Mayfield is one step closer allowing bars again. The city council voted 8 to 1 Monday to pass the first reading of a new ordinance that would allow businesses to sell alcohol.
Several feral cats in Fulton, Kentucky, have been killed. The community is calling for something to be done, and Kentucky State Police troopers are investigating.
When there's a heat wave, it can be rough for people who work outside. Employees at one local business share what they do to keep cool during excessive heat.