Local/Regional News

The town of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky, is known for a string of highly esteemed mayors, one of whom died this week. She was 12, and a dog.

A Suspect Is Dead And Deputy Hospitalized

Sep 12, 2018

Kentucky troopers say a sheriff's deputy was shot at a rest stop, and the suspected shooter was killed.

AP Photo/John Bazemore

A federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit alleging President Donald Trump incited a riot during a 2016 Kentucky campaign rally that led to assaults of three protesters.

Josh James / WUKY

The Kentucky attorney general's office says it will seek the permission of the state legislature to form a grand jury to investigate Catholic dioceses statewide.

CDC/Betty Partin

Lexington's top health officials are recommending that all Fayette County residents be vaccinated for hepatitis A. The advice comes as the city's confirmed cases climb to 12 – with four showing up in the last two weeks.

Remembering 9-11

Sep 11, 2018
Karyn Czar/WUKY

Lexington’s finest gathered in Phoenix Park in downtown Lexington this morning to remember those lost on 9-11, especially first responders who ran toward danger to try and save thousands who were running for their lives. 

The Red River Gorge in eastern Kentucky is hosting a 30th annual Living Archaeology Weekend in September.

A man's car fell victim to celebrating University of Kentucky fans, and has been replaced by a local dealership.

Officials say the act of Kentucky high schoolers passing a watermelon around at a football game was racially insensitive and is being investigated.

AP File Photo

Kentucky Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear has filed a brief with the state Supreme Court about why he thinks a law changing the public pension system is unconstitutional.

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