5 Things: March Madness Off To Wild StartNCAA Tournament favorites have fallen, March Madness history has been made, and we still have four more rounds to go.
At Least 2 Dead, 17 Injured In Kentucky High School ShootingAuthorities are reporting two people are dead and many were wounded in a high school shooting in rural Kentucky.
Farmers Paid To Paint Anti-Smoking Message On BarnsFarmers are getting paid to paint anti-smoking messages on barns that used to be painted for tobacco companies.
Kentucky Lawmaker Facing Sexual Assault Allegations Commits SuicideA Republican lawmaker in Kentucky facing sexual assault allegations has committed suicide.
Matthew McConaughey Spends Birthday Handing Out Free TurkeysThe Oscar winner was out delivering 4,500 frozen turkeys along with 250 volunteers to residents in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky.
Sheriff: Woman Set Husband On Fire After ArgumentA Kentucky woman who authorities say set her husband on fire and then drove him to a hospital has been arrested and charged with assault.
Pregnant Doctor Delivers Baby Hours Before Giving Birth HerselfA pregnant doctor was at the hospital as a patient, preparing to give birth, when she jumped in to help deliver another woman's baby.
Newspaper’s Hilarious Correction Sparks Great Hot Dog DebateSo, is a hot dog a sandwich or not? It’s an age-old question that’s getting new life thanks to a Kentucky newspaper.
Top Dog, Brynneth Pawltro, Elected Mayor Of Kentucky TownBeing mayor is a ruff job but somebody has to do it.
Ex-Senate Staffer: Hall Of Fame Pitcher Jim Bunning Has DiedHall of Fame pitcher Jim Bunning, who went on to serve in Congress, has died. He was 85.
Toyota Announces $1.33 Billion Investment In Kentucky PlantToyota says it's investing $1.3 billion to retool its sprawling Georgetown, Kentucky, factory where its flagship Camry sedans are built.
Solar Panels To Help Power Kentucky Coal MuseumThe Kentucky Coal Museum won't need as much coal anymore.