Gov. Andy Beshear, U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell and state Rep. Charles Booker react to the indictment of one of three officers in the Breonna Taylor shooting.
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Attorney General Daniel Cameron is scheduled to announce his decision on the Breonna Taylor shooting investigation at 12:30 pm in Frankfort
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is encouraging people to stay away from most of the fun activities connected to Halloween.
A few dozen people protested in front of the federal courthouse Monday, urging Sen. Mitch McConnell to pass another stimulus package and to delay voting on a new Supreme Court justice.
Donald Harrison, 40, of Scottsville was arrested over the weekend after police responded to Walmart in Glasgow on reports of a shoplifting. After a brief pursuit, he was apprehended. Drugs and paraphernalia were found inside his vehicle.
Superintendent Rob Clayton announced that Warren County Public Schools will continue their hybrid schedule through December 18.
Barren County senior athletes made a PSA hoping to encourage the community and fans at their games to wear a mask and practice social distancing so they can finish their senior seasons.
Gov. Beshear announced Tuesday that restaurants and bars can stay open one hour later. Mister B's Pizza and Wings in Bowling Green says it is important for them to serve more guests, especially with sports returning.
The Glasgow Police Department arrested a man after noticing him staggering and having difficulty keeping his balance. A search of his person resulted in the discovery of synthetic drugs.
Dragons jumped out to a quick 7-0 start against the Purples. Bowling would, however, tie the game up later in the fourth quarter. Warren Central would rely on Kobe Brents in the final minutes to pull away and win the regional championship for the third consecutive year by a final score of 53-42
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