Kentucky officials are bringing back work search requirements for those requesting unemployment benefits.
Former University of Kentucky men’s basketball player Terrence Clarke has died.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in March that about 2,000 Tesla owners were able to use “full self-driving” and the company revoked the beta program to drivers who did not pay sufficient attention to the road.
A friendly competition ended Thursday with the goal of making sure more people have access to clean water around the world.
The field for Kentucky Derby 147 will be entered and drawn this Tuesday and the run for the roses is just under 10 days away.
The Louisville Historical League said Thursday that it will appeal the decision by Louisville Metro Council to strip the building’s landmark designation to Jefferson Circuit Court for what it called an “arbitrary and capricious process and decision.”
The woman was charged in federal court for two counts of conspiracy and cyberstalking in an effort to “sabotage the personal relationships, social reputation, academic life, and work prospects of the teenage victims,” according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Kentucky’s Division of Abandoned Mine Lands is seeking proposals that will attract new industry and jobs for the 2021 Abandoned Mine Land Pilot Program.
Some commuters will have a tough time getting to their destination this weekend due to a planned closure for both the north and southbound lanes of I-71 in one area.
Police said women are the most common victims of carjackings, something Summer Hendricks knows all too well. Hendricks’ vehicle was stolen at gunpoint on March 29 while she was sitting in the Planet Fitness parking lot in St. Matthews.