New Trial for Kentucky Woman Convicted of Boyfriend's Murder
A judge ruled Shayna Hubers, who was sentenced to 40 years in prison, should get a new trial after officials discovered a juror on her case was a felon.
Defense Asks for Venue Change in Ex-Preacher's Murder Trial
Attorneys for a former Kentucky preacher accused of killing three people are seeking a change of venue for their client's trial
Restaurant Operator Responds to Claims of Worms in Burgers
A McDonald's franchisee says he's been unable to substantiate claims by two customers who reported finding worms in food at the fast-food chain's restaurants in two Kentucky communities
Worms Found in Burgers at 2 Kentucky McDonald's Restaurants
At least two people have reported finding worms in food from McDonald's restaurants in two Kentucky communities
Police Officers Say Taco Bell Employee Refused to Serve Them
Five police officers in Kentucky say a Taco Bell employee refused to serve them and that kitchen workers talked about wanting to "mess with them."
ATF Warns More Explosives Could Be in Kentucky Trail Cameras
Federal authorities are warning people in an eastern Kentucky town that there could be more explosive devices in a wooded area where a man was accused of setting them up
Former AP Correspondent Mark Chellgren Dies at Age 62
Mark R. Chellgren, who covered Kentucky state government for about two decades for The Associated Press, has died at age 62. Steen Funeral Home Director Mary Vanhoose said Chellgren died Saturday at his residence in Ashland
Kentucky Police Looking for Escaped Minimum-Security Inmate
Police in Kentucky are looking for an inmate who walked away from a minimum-security prison