CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is reporting raising about $26 million in April for her primary race against Bernie Sanders.
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DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A court has rejected the appeal of a man convicted of murder and child rape in Ohio who sought credit for nearly 16 years of jail time served in Kentucky.
Rep. James Kay (D-Versailles) says his efforts to correct an error that removed $40 million in lottery funds from needs-based student college scholarships in the final hours of the legislative session was thwarted by a veto from Gov. Matt Bevin. It breaks the spirit of the “Powerball Promise…
CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohio's Democratic U.S. senator is visiting the Cincinnati VA Medical Center in the aftermath of a leadership shake-up there.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley and Sen. Richard Shelby are among those urging the Tennessee Valley Authority to sell its unfinished Bellefonte Nuclear Plant, where more than four decades of work hasn't produced a watt of electricity.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A Republican candidate for Congress says he will file a lawsuit to stop Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and University of Louisville President James Ramsey from removing a Confederate monument from the school's campus.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Gov. Matt Bevin has extended an invitation to all Kentuckians to attend the annual Governor's Derby Celebration.
ASHLAND, Ky. (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is making campaign stops in Appalachia this week, starting in Kentucky and West Virginia.
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Caldwell County High School juniors were able to take a look into the future Monday, but no crystal ball was required. They just boarded a bus.
An Eddyville woman was arrested for methamphetamine possession, DUI and other charges after a Princeton Police Department investigation Thursday evening.
A wreck on Fort Campbell Boulevard at the Tennessee-Kentucky line resulted in a mother and two children being taken to the hospital just after 7 p.m. Friday.
Army Community Service presented five Fort Campbell humanitarians with a “Volunteer of the Year” award Tuesday night during the 2016 Recognition Ceremony at Cole Park Commons.
Gunfire echoed from the hills as people on the firing line took aim at targets with their M4 rifles. Nearby, M249 squad automatic weapon gunners squeezed their triggers, sending bursts of lead downran
Fort Campbell’s newest Career Skills Program addition officially opened Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Staff Sgt. Glenn H. English Jr. Army Education Center.
For the third year in a row, nature unleashed its pollen early, making for a longer, more miserable allergy season, but Blanchfield Army Community Hospital offers some relief.
After 42 years of service, the Don F. Pratt Museum is slated for a renovation to bring it up to modern standards. The museum will close on June 1, and operations will temporarily move to the Dreyer Fi
FORT BRAGG, N.C. – Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey told a gathering of U.S. Army Reserve senior leaders they must execute the Army’s core mission of fighting and winning. In order to do that, D
WASHINGTON – More than 700 cyclists, including nearly 175 disabled veterans, rode two routes – either 110 miles from Arlington, Virginia, or 120 miles from Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, – and met up in
NATICK, Mass. – When Soldiers are suddenly hit with a wave of Acute Mountain Sickness while operating at high altitude, they might as well be considered casualties.
About two weeks ago, the U.S. Mint released a quarter featuring Cumberland Gap National Historical Park as part of its new “America the Beautiful” Quarters Program.
Shooters Supply of Eddyville opened in August 2014. We saw the opportunity to serve the area, which led to the opening of the new location. “The business wanted to reach people who didn’t have the opp
Christian Fiscal Court is in the process of hammering out its multi-million dollar budget for fiscal year 2016-17, which will likely include the new public safety building, increasing the probability
An apprenticeship program that begins in the junior year of high school and continues through two years at Hopkinsville Community College will be offered in Christian County Public Schools, and organi
A Tennessee man suffered fatal injuries Saturday afternoon in a wreck on the Lawrence Memorial Bridge over Lake Barkley that injured two other people, according to Kentucky State Police.
The Christian Fiscal Court approved an intergovernmental mutual aid assistance agreement with the city of Oak Grove at Tuesday’s Christian Fiscal Court meeting.
A Mission of Hope will bring back its annual summer feeding program for area children. The program tentatively begins June 6 at the Oak Grove Community Center.
Two men accused of making homemade pipe bombs and using them to destroy mailboxes in south Christian County were indicted this week by a Christian County grand jury on charges of third-degree burglary
Three people from Indianapolis were charged with receiving stolen property and one was arrested on drug charges after Oak Grove police say they were found in a stolen car late April 20.
The Kentucky State Police will partner with the Drug Enforcement Administration Saturday in a collaborative effort to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from our communities.