Local/Regional News

Case Against Serial Arsonist Goes Before A Grand Jury

May 23, 2016

A grand jury will hear the case against the man accused of burglarizing half a dozen homes before his accomplice set them on fire.

65 Cadets Report For Kentucky State Police Training

May 22, 2016
Kentucky State Police

Sixty-five cadets have reported for Kentucky State Police training.  The recruits are mostly from Kentucky. Two are from Ohio and there are one each from Alabama, Illinois and Michigan. Six cadets are females.

Associated Press

Testing of Kentucky’s more than 3,000 shelved rape kits is one step closer now that two contracts with outside labs have been finalized.


A new report by the state Fish and Wildlife Department is shedding light on why a rescue boat carrying a deceased Kentucky hiker capsized in March.

Associated Press

Apparent Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump won the National Rifle Association's official backing at the group's annual convention in Louisville Friday.

Associated Press

A gubernatorial appointee has turned down the offer to serve on the state’s pension board. 

KCTCS Trims More Than 500 Jobs To Close Budget Gap

May 19, 2016

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System has eliminated more than 500 positions and suspended some college programs, all in an effort to close a $26 million gap in its budget.

Judge Sides With Bevin, Says He Can Cut College Funding

May 18, 2016
Associated Press

A Kentucky judge has ruled the state's Republican governor can cut the budgets of public colleges and universities without the state legislature's approval.

Markey Cancer Center Foundation

Cancer Research in all its forms was celebrated and discussed at the Markey Cancer Center's annual Research Day.

Associated Press

Hillary Clinton may have won the presidential primary for the Democrats here in Kentucky, but it doesn’t mean she’ll get all of the state’s 60 delegates.