Protesters toppled Silent Sam, the Confederate statue on UNC-Chapel Hill's campus, on Monday after a demonstration in support of a graduate student who faces criminal and honor court charges for throwing red ink and blood on the statue in April.
Surveillance video from an Aldi grocery store in Cooper City, Fla. shows a woman shopping while her purse sits just inches away from her in a shopping cart. The thief reaches into the victim’s purse, grabs the victim's wallet and flees the store.
Kentucky parole board member Caroline Mudd questioned John Paul Works about why he killed officer Regina Nickles during a parole hearing Tuesday. The two members who heard Works put off until next week a decision on releasing Works from prison.
Lexington's Division of Water Quality is seeking volunteers to participate in sampling the water quality of Lexington creeks. They will be holding a training session on Tuesday, August 21 to train volunteers on how to collect water samples.
Confident Kentucky is an initiative to enhance the security of identity credentials while offering new options for travelers on the move. The initiative will begin in select counties in January 2019 and roll out to the rest of the state by spring.
Artists Karyn Olivier and Jay C. Lohmann convert the dome ceiling of University of Kentucky's Memorial Hall entrance into public art to contextualize a controversial mural found within the building made by Ann Rice O'Hanlon in 1934.
Two elementary schools in Bowling Green installed large indoor slides this school year in an attempt to change the culture in the building. Students climb on the slide, glide down it, and are assigned to groups.
Body cam footage released by the Las Vegas Police Department shows an officer shooting and injuring a Ross Dress for Less greeter who "snapped" and began shooting at his manager on Saturday, according to police.