Gregory Alan Bush is accused of fatally shooting two grandparents in Jeffersontown, Kentucky, last month because of their race.
A GOP incumbent held off one of the Democrats' most prominent new faces in an unexpectedly close House race.
The Kentucky clerk made headlines after she refused to issue a marriage license to a gay couple in 2015.
Federal authorities are examining whether the shootings of two African Americans at a Kentucky grocery store were motivated by racial hatred.
Bryant Goldbach originally tried to blame liberalism and the "so called 'Tolerant Left'" for the backlash.
At a Kentucky voter forum, the clerk appeared to reject the Supreme Court's 2015 marriage equality ruling once again.
"Why don't you leave our entire country alone?" a customer demands of the Senate majority leader.
A win for fighter pilot Amy McGrath in Kentucky's 6th District could herald a Democratic wave on election night.
Questions will remain about how to test hemp and how to treat new products.
The group leading the rescue effort expects the costs to spay, neuter, vet and transport the animals to exceed $100,000.
In total, 25 state lawmakers have been publicly accused of sexual misconduct and are running for re-election.
Demonstrators in Kentucky shouted "Vote you out" as he left a restaurant.
But communities in this rural Kentucky county are pushing back
GOP Gov. Matt Bevin has threatened to reverse the expansion of that program if he doesn't get his way.
Kentucky's Diocese of Covington said Christian Bales’ speech was too “political” for the high school’s graduation ceremony.
The upset comes after widespread teacher protests over pension and education budget cuts.
McGrath's victory continues the success women and political newcomers have found in Democratic primaries.
Retired fighter pilot Amy McGrath’s upstart primary campaign thinks it's found a way to talk to disaffected voters.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin issued a half-hearted apology after saying that the state’s teachers’ strike left students vulnerable to sexual abuse.
Dozens of school districts will close again as Kentucky teachers protest the "dismantling" of public education.