2 Army Black Hawk helicopters crash in Kentucky, killing 9 people
The two HH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, part of the 101st Airborne Division, crashed during a routine training mission 30 miles northwest of Fort Campbell.
Barges on the loose in Ohio River with one carrying methanol sinking
Kentucky emergency officials said 10 out of 11 barges became loose from the tug.
Louisville police engage in pattern of discrimination, Justice Dept. finds
The investigation was prompted by the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Kentucky woman with over 230 great-great-grandchildren meets great-great-great-grandchild: See the photo
MaeDell Taylor Hawkins, 98, met her first biological 6th-generation granddaughter in Kentucky.
McDonald's doing wider test of Krispy Kreme doughnut sales in Kentucky
Three doughnut flavors will be sold at participating McDonald's restaurants in March for a limited time.
Toddler tells deputies where to find fugitive hiding in home
"It is good to be honest. We shouldn’t lie," the toddler said.
Kentucky firefighter donates kidney to co-worker’s son
Tim Belcher donated his organ to a 7-year-old boy who had Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome.
Biden visits Kentucky with McConnell to highlight funding for aging bridge
The Brent Spence Bridge, which connects Cincinnati and northern Kentucky, was declared functionally obsolete by the Federal Highway Administration in the 1990s.
Police called after 'Cousin Eddie' holiday display spooks neighbor
Joni Keeney, the woman behind the display, plans on expanding it further next year with an additional Clark Griswold mannequin.
Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend settles lawsuits over deadly shooting during police raid
The city of Louisville agreed to pay $2 million to settle lawsuits filed by Kenneth Walker. Police knocked down Breonna Taylor's door the night of the deadly raid, and Walker fired a shot from a gun, hitting one of the officers.
University of Kentucky student accused of using racial slurs during assault
A white University of Kentucky student is accused of physically assaulting a Black student worker while repeatedly using racial slurs.
McDonald’s tests selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts at select locations
In true Krispy Kreme fashion, the doughnuts will be made fresh and delivered to select McDonald’s locations daily.
Kentucky man skydives 100 times in one day for 60th birthday: ‘Age is a number’
Michael Bratcher may have broken a state record for the number of skydivers in one day.
Biden surveys Kentucky flood damage, pledges more help as state braces for storms
At least 37 people have died after the worst flooding in Kentucky’s history, and flooding remains a threat with more thunderstorms in the forecast this week.
Minnesota church group travels to Kentucky to help after devastating flooding
In the midst of deadly flooding in Kentucky, a group of more than 40 Minnesotans got the chance to help make a difference.
4 Louisville police officers charged in connection with raid that led to Breonna Taylor's death
The charges are another effort to hold law enforcement accountable for the killing of Breonna Taylor after one of the officers was acquitted of state charges earlier this year.
Dozens still missing in Kentucky as state braces for more rain
Kentucky state police are taking calls from worried people who can’t locate loved ones due to spotty cell phone service.
Kentucky flooding: At least 25 dead as search for victims continues
Kentucky is expecting more rain storms in coming days as rescue crews continue the struggle to get into hard-hit areas, some of them among the poorest places in America.
Kentucky floods kill at least 16 as governor warns toll will be 'a lot higher'
Kentucky search and rescue teams backed by the National Guard searched Friday for people missing in record floods that wiped out entire communities.
How to help victims of the devastating flash floods
Flooding this week has damaged hundreds of homes and is being blamed for at least nine deaths, with Kentucky and eastern Missouri being the hardest hit.