Don Ball, who with his wife Mira built Ball Homes into one of the top home building companies in the country, died Friday. Ball also was the founder of the Hope Center and supporter of many non-profits in Lexington and Central Kentucky.
Emma Gonzalez, survivor of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, has become a prominent activist in the wake of the massacre. In a powerful moment from Saturday’s March For Our Lives, she gave a silent tribute to the victims.
Yolanda Renee King, the granddaughter of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., spoke at the March For Our Lives in Washington, D.C., on Saturday and said she also has a dream — of a “gun-free world.”
A week-long treatment of CBD oil, a marijuana compound, helped keep rats addicted to cocaine and alcohol from consuming their substance of choice for up to five months, according to a study published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology
At first reluctant because of her wounded leg, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High sophomore Ashley Baez decided to travel with a group of 200 students from her school to take part in March For Our Lives in Washington, D.C.
The FBI released a wanted flier for Shawn Frederick Weatherhead, a 45-year-old man with ties to Nevada and Oregon, after they say he called FBI offices across the country around 1,000 times and made threats to kill people at least three times.
A Nashville, Tennessee father has been charged with child abuse after police say he forced his 10-year-old son to eat hot sauce and beat him with a pole because the boy didn’t perform sit-ups to his liking.
High school students led thousands of protesters in Seattle on Saturday, part of a nation-wide youth movement demanding tighter gun regulation in the wake of a Florida school shooting that left 17 people dead.
Investigators say the Iraqi parents of a 16-year-old girl who allegedly ran away from her South Texas home to avoid an arranged marriage have been charged with attacking her for refusing to wed an older man.
Researchers at the University of Kentucky Tobacco Research and Development Center are testing a new crop: artemisia. They are teaming with researchers in Germany on a process to make a cure cheaper and more efficiently.
Kentucky recruited for fight against malaria
This retired public school employee has a message for Gov. Bevin
‘What do our lives mean to you?’ Students rally at state Capitol for school safety
Ray Jones expresses frustration with Senate budget bills