Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is criticizing the motives of the teachers during the "sickouts" earlier this year, indicating they only called in sick to protest in Frankfort when school was in session so they could get paid for stopping work.
A special called meeting of the McCracken County Fiscal Court is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, and members are expected to discuss the possibility of retroactively billing properties that were not properly assessed in the county.
At the Marshall County Fiscal Court meeting Tuesday, the 911 administrator for the state of Kentucky offered a possible solution to funding issues — regional consolidation.
A west Kentucky lawyer accused of stealing from the estates of people whom he represented pleaded guilty today in a blind plea.
Last year, a woman was killed and a man was injured in a shooting at a Paducah apartment. Today, the man charged with the crime was sentenced to 28 years in prison.
Federal authorities say a drug sweep in Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia dubbed Operation Crystal Mountain has netted more than 800 pounds of methamphetamine.
A Nevada man is accused of attempting to kidnap a 16-year-old Kentucky girl that he briefly talked with online years earlier and became obsessed with.
Minors entering the Kentucky State Fair at night now must have a parent or guardian 21 or older with them following a disturbance during the weekend.
Three men with ties to Keeton Corrections in Paducah face federal charges regarding accusations of meth trafficking at the halfway house. Prosecutors say it happened between April 12 and May 28.
Officers are investigating after a shooting incident in which witnesses reported seeing more than a dozen young men involved in a fight in a local park, the Paducah Police Department says.
Police in Kentucky say a mother and grandmother were arrested when deputies discovered a 16-day-old newborn covered in ants on the floorboard of their van.
The sound of firecrackers popping scared many fair-goers as they thought a mass shooting was happening at the fair.
The house now belongs to Melvin Odom from Calvert City. Odom and his wife are passionate about St. Jude Children's hospital and wanted to support any way they could.
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.