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The city is looking at ending electricity partnership with Kentucky Utilities over contract details.
Kentucky lawmakers approve the two-year road plan, but some in Union County say their concerns aren't being prioritized right.
Hopkins County Sheriff's Deputies are still searching for a man who planted several suspicious devices outside a Hanson bank.
Sebree First Christian Church hopes the law changes after an attempt to put up a new sign hit a roadblock.
Officials are working on a more than 300 mile water trail on the Green River through western Kentucky.
Big Rivers plans to idle the Coleman Station near Hawesville May 1st, leading many wondering how to make up for lost business.
A 1.5 mile stretch of the highway is closed because of flooding.
Lightning hits a Webster County home, which led to a fire late Wednesday night.
The order follows threats of indictment against a Madisonville Police Dept. officer over jurisdiction issues.
The bill would prevent people younger than 18 years old from buying, or using, E-cigarettes in Kentucky.
The bill immediately becomes law after weeks of waiting and debate.
Investigators say the Thursday night fire was intentionally set.
The Dyno Nobel plant near Graham is recognized for seven years worth of safety and no lost work time.
Kentucky State Police arrested the man after he drove to Madisonville to meet with, what he thought was, a teenager.
Parents and school officials keep waiting after talks over the bill break down in Frankfort.
This year's drive comes as more seniors are at risk of going hungry.
Police say some crimes are down from last year, but others have been trending up recently.
A year after a fire destroyed First Christian Church, the rebuilding continues as church members remember.
The March Madness Most Wanted campaign, first started in 2011, is back, looking for 12 wanted for not paying child support.
Authorities continue investigating a major meth ring following the arrest of a key distributor last month in Madisonville.
State and County officials announce the start of the widening of a four-mile stretch of the highway.
Tyler Foster, who was diagnosed with bone cancer last year, is back in school for the first time in more than a year.
The General Assembly is considering a bill that gives schools a ten-day waiver for missed class time.
Districts across western Kentucky cancel classes Wednesday, citing roads not safe enough for buses.
Rep. Ben Waide proposes new penalties against those making or possessing synthetic drugs.
Goodwill officials say donations are down compared to last winter.
The May Republican primary, and general election in November, have people in and outside Kentucky paying close attention.
School officials decide to lengthen days by 27 minutes starting next week.
Troopers say Tommy Branson shot a mobile home several times, then hit a deputy with his car before fleeing
The House Transportation Committee moved a bill outlawing cell phone use near schools and work zones to the full house.
Four people were hurt, but the home owners are thankful to be alive after the weekend accident.
Owensboro residents living near the stadium are worried over safety risks.
The Humane Society of the United States accuses the Iron Maiden Hog Farm of mistreating pigs at its Daviess County farm.
Regional leaders voice opposition to a proposal to re-route I-69 through Owensboro.
Crews start tearing down the Depoy house where nine people died last month in a fire.
Webster County Deputies arrested a man investigators say stole several cars over the weekend.
OMU officials are planning to do something they haven't done in several years, ask for a water rate increase.
Road crews are taking measures to save on the amount of salt they use as another winter storm approaches.
Eight cars are lost after a sinkhole hits the Skydome early Wednesday morning.
You may be seeing some restaurants on four wheels in downtown Owensboro in the near future.
Lawmakers file bills that would allow Kentuckians to get medical marijuana.
Funeral services were held for the nine who died in last week's house fire in Depoy.
Police are still investigating five people accused of selling stolen goods at a Madisonville pawn shop.
Owensboro city and Daviess County, Kentucky officials say a lot was done in the past year, but a lot still needs to be done.
The Kentucky House Health and Welfare Committee gives its approval to a state wide smoking ban.
Emergency officials in Ohio County are concerned over more flooding from the melting ice and snow.
The weather has delayed both garbage and recycling pick up in Madisonville.
People can still see signs of the old Executive Inn at the new Owensboro Convention Center
People got a closer look at the new Owensboro Convention Center and Hampton Inn on the riverfront.
Can the new convention center meet expectations? Some lessons could be learned at another facility in Missouri.