A lawsuit filed on behalf of those who were injured or who had property damaged in a fatal Kentucky pipeline explosion alleges the operator failed to maintain and repair the line. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the lawsuit
COVID cases top 30,000 in KY with nearly 800 new cases reported Friday. 262 small children diagnosed over last 18 days.
Gov. Andy Beshear reported Friday that nearly 800 new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) were confirmed in Kentucky since Thursday afternoon. The 778 newly reported cases increase the state’s total to 30,151 victims. Over the last 21 days,
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced the opening of two more regional driver licensing offices on Thursday, bringing the number to seven that are now open across Kentucky. The two are in Paducah and Elizabethtown with in-person services limited
A man has been fatally shot during an apparent road rage incident in Laurel County. Laurel County Sheriff John Root said deputies responded to the incident on Hwy 25 in southern Laurel County Wednesday afternoon at approximately
Intoxicated driver charged with murder after hitting elderly Todd Co. woman as she stood in her driveway
An intoxicated Hopkinsville man has been charged with murder after striking and killing an elderly woman as she stood in her driveway. Kentucky State Police said that Wednesday afternoon at approximately 3:20, troopers responded to the scene