Local/Regional News

Census Estimates Show Slight Growth In Kentucky Population

Dec 20, 2016
LRC Public Information

Census estimates show Kentucky's population has grown slightly in the past year.

Kentucky Chief Justice Reveals Redistricting Plan

Dec 20, 2016
Administrative Office of the Courts

Kentucky would get an additional 16 family court judges while losing 15 district and circuit court judges under a plan to overhaul the state's judicial system.

Diving experts with the Lexington Fire Department are helping search for a missing woman in a Bourbon County creek. Kentucky State Police confirm that the search is in connection with the disappearance of 53-year old Tina Johnson.

Josh James / WUKY

Republican lawmakers in Frankfort anticipate a busy 30-day session as the party looks to leverage supermajorities in both chambers to pass a slate of long sought-after legislation.

Office of Kentucky Secretary of State

All eight of Kentucky's presidential electors have cast their ballots for Donald Trump, who won by a landslide in the Bluegrass state in November.  The state's members of the Electoral College met Monday in the Kentucky Supreme Court chambers at the State Capitol in Frankfort.

More than six million Americans will hop onto an airplane to get to their holiday destinations. The week leading up to Christmas is one of the busiest travel times of the year according to AAA. But winter storms in some parts of the country are already putting a damper on travel plans.

Josh James / WUKY

The Lexington Herald-Leader has highlighted two cases between 2012 and 2013 where former professors accused of violating the school’s harassment and discrimination codes reportedly left the university with settlement deals promising that UK would not disclose those allegations to future employers.

Anti-Trump Lobbying Doesn't Sway Kentucky Elector

Dec 16, 2016
(AP Photo/John Bazemore)

Longtime Republican stalwart Jim Skaggs received tens of thousands of emails from people urging him to back someone other than Donald Trump when Electoral College members make their picks for president.

Man Facing Murder Charge In Death Of Olympian's Daughter

Dec 16, 2016

A grand jury has handed down a wanton murder indictment in the shooting death of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay's 15-year-old daughter.

Office of Kentucky Attorney General

Kentucky has signed on to a multi-state lawsuit accusing a large group of pharmaceutical companies of conspiring to reduce competition and inflate the price of generic drugs.