5 Things: March Madness Off To Wild StartNCAA Tournament favorites have fallen, March Madness history has been made, and we still have four more rounds to go.
15-Year-Old Faces Murder Charge In Deadly Kentucky High School ShootingA 15-year-old student will be charged with murder after two people were killed and at least 17 others wounded in a high school shooting in rural Kentucky, Gov. Matt Bevin said.
Matthew McConaughey Spends Birthday Handing Out Free TurkeysThe Oscar winner was out delivering 4,500 frozen turkeys along with 250 volunteers to residents in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky.
Sen. Rand Paul Assaulted At Kentucky Home, Police SayKentucky State Police said in a news release that Paul suffered a minor injury when 59-year-old Rene Boucher assaulted him at his Warren County home on Friday afternoon.
Kentucky Beats UCLA In Battle Of GoliathsDe'Aaron Fox scored a career-high 39 points as the Kentucky Wildcats beat UCLA Friday night in a showdown between two of college basketball's goliaths for a spot in the South Regional final.
2017 SEC Basketball Tournament PreviewSEC teams outside the top four are on the bubble, so the SEC Tournament, which starts tonight, should be hotly contested.
PHOTOS: Bernie Sanders Rallies In LouisvilleBernie Sanders rallied in Louisville, Kentucky on Tuesday, May 3, 2016, shortly before winning the Democratic presidential primary in nearby Indiana.
Weekend Guide To The Kentucky DerbyPut on your finest, brightly colored outfits and your large hats and make plans to spend time at the Kentucky Derby this spring.
The 5 Tallest Water Slides In The WorldAn introduction to the world's tallest waterslides
Stony Brook Fans Stand Tall Despite Blowout Loss To KentuckyIt didn’t matter what the final score was Thursday night, Stony Brook fans had reason to cheer.
Stony Brook's Season Comes To End In First-Round Blowout Loss To KentuckyJamal Murray led five players in double figures with 19 points and fourth-seeded Kentucky routed Stony Brook 85-57.
Kellogg: Kentucky Could Win NCAA TournamentCBS Sports' Clark Kellogg is around to keep everyone in check and well-informed on all that is going on with all 68 teams, and he talks about who can win it all and who should have made it in.