A University of Kentucky student is among this year's Rhodes scholars.
The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has approved a joint venture between Churchill Downs and Keeneland at a proposed $150 million racetrack near the Kentucky and Tennessee border.
A judge has dismissed charges against a Kentucky prosecutor accused of engaging in organized-crime.
A state senator in Kentucky says companies should be allowed to discriminate against people who smoke.
A Kentucky appeals court has ruled that Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration has the authority to issue a subpoena to a former state official who served during the tenure of Bevin's Democratic predecessor.
The Kentucky Senate Republican Caucus has elected Julie Raque Adams as its new chairwoman.
Kentucky-based Heaven Hill Distillery has announced a $65 million investment to expand its visitors' center and increase production capacity.
An Indiana man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and eating parts of her body has been found competent to stand trial.
The Kentucky State Fair Board has banned the sale of racist memorabilia at the Louisville fairgrounds including Ku Klux Klan and post-World War II Nazi items.
About 200 soldiers are returning this weekend to Fort Campbell on the Kentucky-Tennessee line.
Frontier Airlines has started offering a nonstop flight from Louisville, Kentucky to Orlando, Florida.
The remains of an American soldier killed in the Korean War in 1950 will be buried in his Kentucky hometown.
For an example of how every ballot matters, turn to Mary Beverly Goetz.
Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order to ban the award of state contracts to companies that participate in boycott, divestment and sanction practices against Israel.