Pension lawsuit argued in front of Kentucky Supreme Court

Justices will decide whether a lower circuit court ruled correctly in determining Senate Bill 151 was unconstitutional.

CIA Director Gina Haspel to speak on University of Louisville’s campus

Tickets to the event are free, but you must request them online.

Personnel Board votes to investigate Grimes

The Kentucky Personnel Board will investigate whether Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes broke state law by relying on politics to influence hiring decisions for state workers.

‘Unbelievable’: Bald eagle lands on fire truck during 9/11 tribute

Many Facebook users expressed their belief the event was “a sign from above honoring those who gave all for others.”

Mitch McConnell says Mueller probe ‘should be allowed to be completed’

On the 17-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, McConnell addressed national security, among a host of other topics.

Trump rips searing Times op-ed from unnamed senior official

A senior Trump administration official writes an opinion piece in The New York Times claiming to be part of a group of people "working diligently from within" to impede President Donald Trump's "worst inclinations" and ill-conceived parts of his agenda

Gov. Holcomb outlines Next Level Connections program

The Next Level Connections program will expand broadband services in rural Indiana grow the state’s systems of trails create more nonstop international flights and move up the completion of major highway projects.

Trump’s disapproval rating reaches all-time high

According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll released Friday 60 percent of Americans disapprove of the job Trump is doing.

Gov. Bevin will run for re-election in 2019

Governor Matt Bevin said he plans to run for governor in 2019.

Councilwoman cleared of wrongdoing in Derby gala allegations

The Metro Council Ethics Commission cleared Metro Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-District 5) of any wrongdoing in a unanimous vote on Thursday.

District judge hopeful issues statement after Supreme Court decision

Faulkner issued a statement Saturday morning on her Facebook page.

Gov. Bevin joins President Trump for prison reform roundtable

The White House said all of the leaders have implemented changes in their state similar to changes backed by President Trump.

Planned Parenthood supporters rally against Kavanaugh at McConnell's office

Allies and supporters of Planned Parenthood rallied outside Senator McConnell's Louisville office on Thursday to stop Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders to be featured speaker at 2018 Lincoln Dinner

The Republican Party of Kentucky has announced the speakers list for the 2018 Lincoln Dinner and heading the list is the White House Press Secretary.

Other documents handed to the Mayor about LMPD Chief revealed

While most of the coverage on Friday revolved around a previous investigation surrounding Conrad, dating back to 1998, Council President David James also made another delivery to the mayor.

Fancy Farm Picnic mixes politics, barbecue, jokes

Both sides of the Kentucky political aisle took jabs at each other between bites of barbecue at the 138th Annual Fancy Farm picnic in Western Kentucky on Saturday.

McConnell visits Louisville ICE office day after protest arrests

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he felt he needed to speak with those who work at the Louisville Immigration and Customs Enforcement field office Friday.

Your guide to the 2018 Indiana U.S. Senate race

In a state that President Donald Trump carried by 19 percent in the 2016 election, Democratic Sen.Joe Donnelly could face a significant challenge as the 2018 U.S. Senate race begins in Indiana.

Metro Councilwoman Angela Leet announces run for mayor

Leet announced her bit for the office on Tuesday.

Bevin calls removing Confederate monuments 'sanitization of history,' then denies using the phrase

Speaking to reporters in Frankfort on Tuesday, Governor Matt Bevin denied saying that removing Confederate monuments was 'sanitizing history.'

Former Bardstown mayor appealing removal from office

John Royalty is accused of using city staff and equipment to gain access to a council members' email, distributing that information, then lying to the council about it.

Rally for 'affordable health care for all' planned outside Trump's Louisville event

The Kentucky Democratic Party is planning a rally during President Donald Trump's visit to Louisville on Monday.

Protesters at McConnell's office want to know 'Where's Mitch?'

Dozens of protesters gathered at Senator Mitch McConnell's office on Tuesday.

House Speaker Ryan stops in Southern Indiana to rally for Hollingsworth

One week before the election, the U.S. House Speaker came to Southern Indiana in support of the republican candidate in a close congressional race. Speaker Paul Ryan joined a rally for Trey Hollingsworth on Tuesday at the Clark Regional Airport.

REGISTER TO VOTE: Deadline for 2016 general election is Tuesday

The deadline to register vote for the 2016 general election is Tuesday, October 11.

Rand Paul calls Trump's comments 'offensive, unacceptable'

U.S. Senator and former presidential candidate Rand Paul on Saturday weighed in on the latest Donald Trump drama.

Bevin responds to Beshear's text allegation

Governor Matt Bevin has responded publicly to reports about a seemingly-aggressive text message he's said to have sent Attorney General Andy Beshear.

Rand Paul calls Clintons 'corrupt' at Fern Creek town hall

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul hit the campaign trail in WAVE Country on Monday.

Ky. GOP keeping close eye on 1st District race to replace retiring Whitfield

Tuesday is Primary Day in Kentucky, and it's not just for Democrats.

Indiana Primary: Cruz suspends campaign after lopsided loss to Trump

It didn't take long after Indiana's polls closed before the networks quickly anointed Donald Trump the winner of Indiana's Republican primary election, essentially crushing Ted Cruz's hopes to drag the GOP contest out any longer.

Kentucky Republicans to navigate uncharted territory in March 5 caucus

Even the most seasoned Republican voter may feel a bit uneasy come March 5.

State Rep. Jim Gooch blasts Obama, leaves Democratic party for GOP

Rep. Jim Gooch Jr., who's served Kentucky's 12th District since 1995 as a Democrat, announced Monday he'll switch over to the Republican party.

Gov-elect Bevin: Spelling 'Change' must begin with a 'P,' as in 'Pensions'

Businessman Matt Bevin's victory over Attorney General Jack Conway makes him only the third Republican to be elected Kentucky's governor in the last half-century.

Incumbent mayors reign in Jeffersonville, New Albany

In Southern Indiana, both Jeffersonville and New Albany re-elected their current mayors.

SLIDESHOW: Inauguration day for Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin

Tuesday is Inauguration Day at the State Capitol.

Gov-elect Bevin won't release tax records

Governor-elect Matt Bevin spoke to the media for 10 minutes at the state capitol Friday and dropped at least two significant takeaways.

DECISION 2015: Your complete Election Night recap

Take a look at the links below for a recap on Tuesday's election results:

AP: Beshear wins Attorney General contest

As expected, Jack Conway and Matt Bevin are neck and neck with only a few precincts reporting.

What's on the ballot in Kentucky, Indiana?

Voters on both sides of the river are hitting the polls Tuesday, weighing in on key issues and voting for candidates.

Bevin, Conway make final pushes before Election Day

With less than 48 hours before the polls close Tuesday night, both Democrat Jack Conway and Republican Matt Bevin are making their final stops around the state in the competitive race for governor.

November Elections: Click here for our results page

Most polls are closed in Kentucky and Indiana. Some in the central time zone remain open.