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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.
Neighbors of the nine people killed early Thursday morning are left shocked and in mourning.
A Kentucky lawmaker proposes bill allowing homeschooled students to play on public high school teams.
Officials say they're ready for their first event and the upcoming grand opening weekend.
Lawmakers are considering raising the limit from 55 to 65 MPH on some state highways.
State Police are still looking into the incident that led to the death of Harold Powers on Wednesday.
Gov. Beshear announced the proposed increases, but it'd require a 5% cut for most state agencies.
Some hospitals are seeing a major increase in the number of flu cases compared to this time last year.
The person killed Monday in an unusual crash in Owensboro has been identified.
The arrests of two Fordsville residents on Sunday is the latest in a string of meth-related arrests in recent days.
Police have started the 'Eye on Owensboro' campaign, which allows people to register their security cameras.
Rescuers pull two people out of a burning car Tuesday night.
U.S. Senate candidate Matt Bevin was in the Tri-State meeting with voters Tuesday.
A Hopkins County woman is the first western Kentuckian to pass away from flu-related symptoms.
Several events are scheduled to commemorate the Civil War in Owensboro.
A new effort is underway to get funding for Kentucky's SEEK program back to previous levels.
Lawmakers are making another attempt at passing a state-wide smoke-free ordinance in Kentucky
LG&E, KU are among those asking residents to curtail energy use while staying warm.
Power crews are restoring service to customers who lost power the past few days.
Four departments battled a fire at Island Station for several hours Thursday morning.
Henderson fire crews tackle a garage fire threatening a nearby house.
A panel recommends putting it at Moreland Park, next to the Owensboro Sportscenter.
Work at an intersection has been stalled over a dispute between contractors and state transportation officials.