A U.S. Dept. of Commerce report shows the Owensboro area as one of the fastest growing areas in Kentucky.
The ad from Republican Dianne Burns Mackey attacks her opponent, Democratic Rep. Jim Gooch, over an incident at a legislative conference.
Utility officials say the Ohio County plant will not be idled after new deals were struck with other utilities earlier this year.
Senator Mitch McConnell spoke at the Henderson County Republican Party's annual event Saturday.
Owensboro city engineers say the pier will now open next spring due to structural problems.
Update: The city of Providence has lifted the boil advisory for parts of Baptist Hill and the Green Groove subdivision.
State officials broke ground on the new $131.5 million bridge, which replaces the Eggners Ferry Bridge.
The fire happened at the 2900 block of Yale Place just after midnight.
A study in the New England Journal of Medicine says nicotine can act as a gateway drug.
Fire officials say Ray Rhodes passed away a day after firefighters removed him from his home.
After weeks of debating and amending, Owensboro leaders past the city smoking ordinance this evening.
Firefighters pulled him out of a house after it caught fire Wednesday morning.
The owners of Don and Daisy's Pharmacy Plus say the ordeal has been exhausting, but business hasn't suffered.
City officials say the company may put up a store near the Pennyrile Parkway.
Manufacturers say toughening ground level ozone standards could cost Kentucky jobs.
Three people are charged with illegally distributing more than 50,000 prescription pills in Owensboro.
As Owensboro amends its proposed ordinances again, we look at how it compares to others in the Tri-State.
Fire officials say they haven't missed a call despite their fire station burning down earlier this summer.
Several inches of rain caused flash flooding across the city, leaving residents and businesses to clean the mess from Mother Nature.
E-Cigs have been removed from the ordinance, which would ban smoking in public places
The two made several stops for their coal bus tour, focusing on what they say is a 'War on Coal'.
Utility officials say they plan to pull their application for a natural gas plant in Muhlenberg County.
Kentucky Rep. Stan Lee proposed another bill to allow for private and home schooled students to play in public school sports.
2 Owensboro men are charged with stealing metal from a farm, after they allegedly "butt dialed" 911. According to police, it appears one of the men accidentally called 911 from the cell phone in his pocket during the crime.
Counselors are meeting with Apollo HIgh students after the death of Taylor Widmer, 16, who died in a car accident in Owensboro.
Several Hopkins Co. fire departments are helping South Hopkins F.D. rebuild after a fire destroyed their station.
Debra Calloway was convicted in her role in the disappearance and death of Patricia Calloway in 1993.
The serum being used to treat the two Americans who contracted Ebola was produced at a facility in Owensboro.
Researchers plan to use tobacco plants to make a gel that can stop transmission of the disease.
Nearly 100 miners from Western Kentucky are among those rallying against the EPA's proposed power plant rules.
Owensboro Police say the package found at a 5/3 bank was actually a reward for an employee.
Daviess County Sheriff's Deputies say two fires believed to be arsons happened recently at Yellow Creek Park's Pioneer Village.
Teachers start their annual Home Visit Blitz to students, more than a week before the school year starts.
The Union County town is applying for a block grant to help pay for the $2.6 million phase.
Governor Beshear announces more than $830,000 for the second phase of sewer improvements.
Developers remove their rezoning application for a planned apartment complex in Sebree.
Fire officials say the city may change firework ordinances.
A piece of the World Trade Center arrives in Greenville to be used for a 9/11 memorial.
The Greater Owensboro 2065 Summit is the first step in shaping the city for the next 50 years.
School officials want dispatchers to learn of emergencies at school quicker so that first responders can respond faster.
Ernestine Garst of Calhoun celebrated her birthday with friends Wednesday morning.
Dept. of Homeland Security says Kentucky is one of several states that haven't met Real ID standards yet.
The Kentucky Labor Cabinet is hosting four days of classes designed to cut down on workplace injuries.
Ramsey Carpenter won the title this past weekend in Lexington.
A brazen attempt to rob a Western Kentucky bank located just next door from a police station ends in a deadly shootout.
Habitat for Humanity volunteers are putting up a new house on Crittenden Street.
Two accidents involving alleged drunk drivers have cost the city thousands in damages.
Work has stopped while testing for asbestos in the building continues.
Residents living near a possible bin say it's too close to their homes.
The city's new line started earlier this week.