Court records say a Kentucky choir teacher has been charged with four counts of sexual abuse.
A convicted robber is getting a new sentencing trial because the jury that convicted him included one of his previous victims.
A Chinese company says it will buy a shuttered western Kentucky paper mill and reopen it by the end of this year.
A jury has awarded $300,000 to police officer in Kentucky who filed a whistleblower lawsuit against his department, saying he was demoted for challenging police leadership and sharing information with local government...
Kentucky's attorney general says it is OK for election officials to post a list of certified write-in candidates at polling places.
Health officials say a hepatitis A outbreak that originally spread from San Diego has killed three people in Utah, but it's now on the wane.
Kentucky officials say two state park golf courses will be closed temporarily to allow for re-seeding of greens.
The Kentucky State Fair is opening, and state police have a new Safety Town exhibit to unveil.
The editor and publisher of a newspaper in Kentucky announced Wednesday that he will be stepping down.
Gov. Matt Bevin says Kentucky's counties will be "screwed" financially if the state's Supreme Court invalidates a new law making changes to the state's struggling pension systems.
Authorities say a Kentucky federal prison inmate who started a 15-month sentence two weeks ago has died.
The University of Louisville says it has received $5 million to help fund a study that looks at the connection between a green environment and human health.
A union representing UPS aircraft mechanics says it has won big pay raises, protected health benefits and improved retirement security in a tentative contract deal with the shipping company.
Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says public workers who oppose changes to the state's pension systems are like drowning victims in that "you just need to knock them out and drag them to shore."