Tariffs stir unrest among American whiskey producers
Tariffs stir unrest among American whiskey producers

American distilleries have watched warily as the threat of tariffs from Europe ratcheted up in recent weeks.

3 hrs 8 mins ago
Kentucky State Police cadet class graduating this week
Kentucky State Police cadet class graduating this week

Several dozen new Kentucky State Police troopers are graduating this week.

9 hrs 33 mins ago
Former Kentucky teacher accused of theft
Former Kentucky teacher accused of theft

A former Kentucky high school teacher is accused of taking money from a student group.

17 hrs 41 mins ago
Kentucky judge strikes down new pension overhaul law
Kentucky judge strikes down new pension overhaul law

A Kentucky judge has struck down a new public pension overhaul law that angered thousands of teachers who marched on the state Capitol and closed dozens of school districts in protest.

19 hrs 49 mins ago
White nationalist leader released from Kentucky jail
White nationalist leader released from Kentucky jail

A leading white nationalist figure has been released from a Kentucky jail after serving a sentence for violating his probation for harassing a protester at a 2016 Donald Trump campaign rally.

22 hrs 49 mins ago
Fire forces cancellation of 'Waitress' musical in Louisville
Fire forces cancellation of 'Waitress' musical in Louisville

A fire at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts has forced the cancellation of a musical scheduled for next week.

June 20th, 12:16 am
Wildlife submissions sought for Kentucky art exhibition
Wildlife submissions sought for Kentucky art exhibition

The Ohio Valley Art League and the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources are taking submissions from artists for the 13th biennial Kentucky National Wildlife Art Exhibition.

June 20th, 12:04 am
Kentucky city fined $7K after worker killed moving road salt
Kentucky city fined $7K after worker killed moving road salt

A Kentucky city has been fined $7,000 after an employee was killed last winter while loading road salt into a maintenance facility.

June 19th, 10:32 pm
AP FACT CHECK: Democrats drop below 50 percent in Kentucky
AP FACT CHECK: Democrats drop below 50 percent in Kentucky

Republicans have taken over Kentucky's state government, electing majorities in the state House and Senate and a Republican governor for the first time ever.

June 19th, 5:11 pm
Prosecutor: Conviction a warning against public corruption
Prosecutor: Conviction a warning against public corruption

The U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky says a lobbyist's conviction on bribery charges this week reinforces that public corruption will not be tolerated.

June 19th, 4:11 pm
Daughter, husband charged in Kentucky woman's slaying
Daughter, husband charged in Kentucky woman's slaying

A Kentucky woman's daughter and son-in-law have been charged in her death.

June 19th, 1:55 pm
Woman, man charged in her fiancé's killing plead not guilty
Woman, man charged in her fiancé's killing plead not guilty

A woman and a man charged with murder in her fiancé's beating death in Kentucky have pleaded not guilty.

June 19th, 9:47 am
Kentucky Court of Appeals chief to be sworn in this week
Kentucky Court of Appeals chief to be sworn in this week

The Kentucky Court of Appeals' new chief judge is being sworn in during a public ceremony.

June 19th, 5:22 am
9 state police trooper cadets earn degrees in new program
9 state police trooper cadets earn degrees in new program

Kentucky State Police announced a hiring policy change a year ago that allows trooper cadet applicants to earn college credit while attending the training academy.

June 19th, 2:30 am
UK updates policy dealing with sexual assault claims
UK updates policy dealing with sexual assault claims

University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto says changes have been finalized to campus regulations dealing with the disciplinary process for allegations that include sexual assault.

June 18th, 8:26 pm

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