Watch a private detective illegally question election workers in Pike County
Private detective Keith Justice can be seen in this surveillance video questioning poll workers inside the Phelps voting precinct during the May 2016 Democratic primary in Pike County. Justice was hired by State Senate Democratic Leader Ray Jones
Pat Ryan, former president of Lexington Lions' Club, explains how the club uses money from the annual Bluegrass Fair to help 'beat' diabetes like he did. A group of kids with the disease will get a free visit Wednesday.
A Boyd County Circuit Court judge recommended a grand jury investigation Friday after the Boyd County Detention Center failed to notify law enforcement after officials mistakenly released an inmate last week.
Dixie Moore, a bicyclist and an advocate for bicycle safety, explains House Bill 33 which will 'require vehicles overtaking bicycles to pass at a distance of at least three feet' effective this Saturday.
Very long lines formed quickly at Fayette and other malls across the country for the special promotion that allowed customers to pay as little as $1 for Build-A-Bear's fuzzy make-your-own friends. The company closed the lines to further patrons.
State Auditor Mike Harmon says he was disappointed that the Administrative Office of the Courts did not agree to undergo an outside audit every year and ignored suggestions about forming an independent ethics body.
An officer for the Cook County Forest Preserves has been assigned to desk duty after a video appeared to show him failing to help a woman who was being harassed because she wore a shirt with the Puerto Rican flag.
Governor Matt Bevin's decision to cut vision and dental care for some Kentucky Medicaid recipients is hurting Healthy Smiles Family and Cosmetic Dentistry in Prestonsburg, where office manager Jessica Clark-Boyd is turning away patients.