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Many Catholics are pleased with the selection of the Vatican leader as Time's Person of the Year.
Suzanne Miles defeats Kim Humphrey in the 7th House District Special Election by a close margin.
An anonymous donor put a gold coin worth more than $1,200 into an Owensboro kettle.
Timing and weather are two factors for expected low turnout, but voters still determined to vote in race for 7th House District.
A Webster County group is voicing issues over conditions at the county animal shelter.
Mayor Linda Frederick opens up about the controversy surrounding the Baker Park fields.
The search for a missing kangaroo left its owners worried, and much of Fordsville talking.
It's the first day in six months drivers can use the Blue Bridge in Owensboro.
The bridge, closed since May, will be open for traffic at noon Wednesday.
A food drive for the Salvation Army of Madisonville's food bank, which closed nearly two weeks ago, kicked off Monday.
People across the Tri-State remember how Kennedy's legacy inspired them.
A Kentucky lawmaker is proposing a public referendum next fall for allowing expanded casinos at five horse race tracks.
NIna Davuluri spoke at OCTC about her journey to being crowned Miss America and about diversity.
It could be weeks, or even months, before some Tri-Staters are able to finally put Sunday's tornadoes behind them.
Red Cross teams took a closer look at parts of Henderson and Union Counties after severe storms and tornadoes went through the Tri-State.
Recent decisions by TVA and concerns from top state lawmakers have put the future of coal at the forefront.
The nation's largest public utility has voted to close six coal-powered units in Alabama and replace two more in Kentucky with a new natural gas plant.
Alma Randolph became the latest to announce her candidacy for a spot on the fiscal court.
A forum scheduled for next Tuesday will take a closer look at the issue.
Six more shows have been added to the center's schedule for next year.
City officials say Gabe's Tower in Owensboro could be turned into a hotel by developers.
The TVA Board is expected to discuss a possible switch towards natural gas to produce electricity at the plant.
Friday was the last day of production at the Madisonville facility.
Store owners will be paying attention to a federal appeals court as they prepare to hear arguments in the sales law case.
The officer was hospitalized in serious but stable condition after the collision early Wednesday.
The town's been under an advisory since Monday night after a water main broke.
Getting around Owensboro could get easier in the coming months as some projects will be done by the end of this year.
Kentucky State Police nab hundreds on drug charges as part of Operation: Black Friday.
Several Owensboro food pantries say they expect an increase in demand following billions of dollars in SNAP program cuts.
Projects involving workforce training and education among ten projects area leaders will focus on in Frankfort.
Dispatchers across western Kentucky are learning how to prevent what happened to a Florida family five years ago from happening here.
Dairy Prices are among those that could be affected in this week's farm bill negotiations in Washington, D.C.
Two Evansville City Council members react to a closed door Democratic meeting they knew nothing about.
The court approved changes, which included a ban on owning livestock as pets in residential areas.
Lawmakers met at Lake Malone State Park to find ways to upgrade parks across the state.
A church plans to replace the Boy Scouts of America with a group started earlier this year.
Construction has started at the new 14,000 square foot skate park.
More than 32,000 applications have been submitted through the state's health care exchange site.
CEO Philip Patterson will start on Nov. 1, but he's already hitting the ground running.
Regardless of party affiliation, a lot of Tri-Staters are just glad this ordeal is over.
Dr. James Ramsey made stops in the Tri-State, encouraging students to go to college.
The Muhlenberg County Coroner says the two people found dead Tuesday inside a home in Graham were both suicide victims.
Regional political and business leaders discuss ways to properly plan for the future I-69.
Gov. Beshear awards more than $400,000 for completion of a Muhlenberg Co. road.
Daviess County Middle School students heard from Army veterans Monday morning.
The start for LIHEAP in Kentucky is delayed more than a week because of the government shutdown.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear has set December 10th as the date to fill Representative John Arnold's seat.
A southwestern Kentucky man has been charged with shooting and killing his girlfriend in what police say was an incident of domestic violence.
The planned five-story building could house offices and up to three restaurants.
Business and community leaders will discuss potential impact of I-69 next Tuesday in Madisonville.