- Winners announced in 2016 KAPB contest Updated: Apr-30-16 9:31 pm
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Winners of the Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters contest were announced April 30 in Louisville. The KAPB awards recognize outstanding performance in broadcast journalism. The KAPB college competition recognizes outstanding performance in college broadcast journalism.
- Stutzman, Young near end of biting GOP Senate campaign Updated: Apr-29-16 2:08 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The farmer versus the U.S. Marine - those are the wholesome self-portraits the two candidates seeking Indiana's Republican nomination for U.S. Senate have tried their best to paint for voters ahead of Tuesday's primary election.
- Former Attorney General Conway to join Louisville law firm Updated: Apr-27-16 2:14 pm
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - Former Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway has joined a law firm in Louisville.
- McConnell tries to rally GOP without mentioning Republicans Updated: Apr-23-16 5:11 pm
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is urging Republican delegates to focus on a single politician: Barack Obama.
- Fox's Sean Hannity at center of bitter campaign competition Updated: Apr-23-16 12:54 pm
NEW YORK - Sean Hannity is getting a bruising reminder that this year's presidential campaign defies traditional political rules.
- Gray runs first TV ad of his Senate campaign Updated: Apr-22-16 3:53 pm
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Democratic Senate hopeful Jim Gray, whose hefty loan put his campaign on even financial footing with Republican Sen. Rand Paul, has dipped into his account for his first big ad buy.
- Donald Trump returning to Kentucky for NRA forum in May Updated: Apr-13-16 6:59 pm
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - The National Rifle Association says Donald Trump will appear at the group's annual Leadership Forum next month in Louisville.
- Lawmakers pass bill to let some felons clear records Updated: Apr-01-16 6:42 pm
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - A measure aimed at giving some nonviolent felons a second chance by having their criminal records erased won final legislative approval Friday, and Gov. Matt Bevin said he looks forward to signing it into law.