Publix says Fresh Express is voluntarily recalling a limited quantity of 11.5-ounce Southwest Chopped Kits because they may contain peanut products not listed on the label.
Governor Beshear reported 117 new COVID-19 cases in Kentucky and two new virus-related deaths on Sunday.
KSP identified the person found in a container floating on Kentucky Lake as 41-year old Traci L. Jones, of Texas.
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KSP says 49-year old Timothy Moss, of Beaver Dam, was arrested at his home on Thursday.
Many unemployed Kentuckians stood in line for hours in Frankfort trying to get their unemployment claims resolved.
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Condolences to the Barr family have poured-in from Lexington to her hometown of Georgetown to the halls of Congress.
Troopers say a caller reported someone lying in the street on Bobcat Boulevard and Betsy Layne who looked like they had been assaulted.
29-year-old Elijah Carlton Henderson was charged with four counts of DWI-causing death
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder held a later than usual press conference Monday night after protests turned violent in Louisville in ways they haven't since they started about three weeks ago.
Lieutenant Governor Jacqueline Coleman announced who is apart of the task force working on how to continue K-12 education in the fall amidst the pandemic.
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Nikita 'Naomi' Delaney was found safe Sunday night, according to authorities.
Beyoncé has joined the call for charges against officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor, a black woman gunned down by officers who burst into her home in Louisville.
Police in Louisville say a shooting near a skate park has left one person dead and four others wounded.
State Police say troopers were called in to help settle a disturbance where juvenile inmates stole keys from a guard and were allegedly destroying property.
Saturday Gov. Beshear's office says two more Kentuckians have died from COVID-19.