A woman went on a racist tirade against a Hispanic shopper at Jefferson Mall JC Penney store in Louisville Kentucky. She is now banned from mall after a Facebook video of the incident went viral.
Elaine Chao, who will be Donald Trump’s Transportation Secretary and is married to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Here’s a look at their relationship.
The preseason picks to win the SEC are back on the Rupp Arena floor, this time for an intra-squad scrimmage.
The deadline to register to vote in Kentucky is Tuesday, October 11. If you plan on voting in November, here’s how to register.
Judge Amber Wolf, of Jefferson County, Kentucky, has gone viral twice for videos showing her using compassion in the courtroom. Learn more about her here.
Judge Amber Wolf is back in the news after allowing inmate James Roeder to meet his son for the first time in a touching moment caught on camera. Watch the video here.
Kentucky Judge Amber Wolf was furious after Louisville jailers sent a woman to court without pants. Watch video from the court room here.
Looking to make their third Final Four in a row, Kentucky begins the 2016 NCAA tournament with a matchup against an intriguing Stony Brook squad.
Jim Gray, the gay mayor of Lexington, Kentucky, has denied he is affiliated with the KKK after his name was connected to the group by Anonymous.
Pope Francis met secretly with Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, thanking her for her “courage” and telling her to “stay strong,” Davis’ attorneys say.
Trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder, a 31-year-rookie of the Kentucky State Police, was fatally shot by a suspect after a lengthy police chase in Eddyville.
Kim Davis, the Rowan County, Kentucky clerk who has refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, has been jailed. See the funniest memes here.
Judge David Bunning has ordered Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis to jail for contempt of court for refusing to follow his order to issue marriage licenses.
Kim Davis, the Rowan County, Kentucky clerk who has refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, has been jailed for contempt of court by a federal judge.
A “disturbing video” released by the ACLU shows a Kentucky deputy sheriff handcuffing an 8-year-old boy with ADHD for misbehaving in school. Watch it here.