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Kentucky Lawmaker’s Bill Would Protect Drivers Who...

A Kentucky legislator is looking to offer legal protections to drivers who unintentionally hit and/or kill protesters during unauthorized demonstrations, a move fellow lawmakers...

R&B Singer Bryson Tiller Pays It Forward...

Singer-songwriter Bryson Tiller surprised several shoppers by footing the bill for senior citizens' groceries in his hometown. The "Exchange" performer got into the holiday...

Kentucky Regulations Create Roadblocks for African Hair...

Regulations in Kentucky will require African hair braiders to take about 1,800 hours of various coursework and take a six-month internship in order to...

10 American States With the Most Lynchings...

Mississippi With well over 581 lynchings, Mississippi tops the list with the most total lynchings during this time, according to statistics provided by the Tuskegee...

Shabazz Napier Led UConn To Title; Could...

Shabazz Napier does not have to worry about going to bed “starving” anymore. The sensational Connecticut point guard, who led the Huskies to the...

March Madness: UK, UConn Ready to Vie...

En route to tonight's NCAA Tournament championship game, Connecticut, under second-year coach Kevin Ollie, knocked off the Nos. 2, 3 and 4 seeds and...

March Madness: Final Four Set With Badgers,...

Remarkable, but the NCAA tournament tops itself almost every year. This version of March Madness produced countless dramatic finishes, upsets, surprises and heroes. Only...

No. 1 Recruit Andrew Wiggins Chooses Kansas...

Andrew Wiggins, a 6-foot-7 small forward and the top player in the senior class, has signed a national letter of intent with the Kansas...

Lexus Cars to be Made in America...

Toyota Motor Corp plans to build Lexus ES 350 sedans at an existing Kentucky plant, the first U.S. production for its luxury brand, as Chief Executive Officer Akio...

Tubby Smith Surprisingly Fired as Minnesota Coach

Tubby Smith, who signed a three-year contract extension with Minnesota in July, was fired by the Gophers on Monday, the day after his team...

Jabari Parker Named Prep Hoops Player of...

Jabari Parker, the Chicago high school player of Mormon faith who selected Duke over a plethora of colleges, was named the Morgan Wootten Male...

March Madness: Kentucky Not In; Louisville Overall...

A year later, Kentucky was not good enough to defend its national championship, which made fans in Louisville doubly ecstatic. You see, the teams are...

Nerlens Noel, Projected No. 1 NBA Pick,...

Nerlens Noel, Kentucky's freshman center who was projected as the No. 1 pick in June's NBA draft by many league observers, tore the ACL...

After Fighting Obama, McConnell May Be in...

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell may be facing a new electoral challenge. The  Kentucky lawmaker, who once told the Heritage Foundation that the Republican Party’s...

John L. Smith Will Not Return to...

John L. Smith will not return as head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks after lasting one season with the program. He led the team...

Jabari Parker Narrows His List Down To...

Jabari Parker, considered the top high school player in the country in many circles, still has not made a college choice, but he did...

Kentucky Lands Top Recruits, Harrison Twins

Identical twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison, considered the top high school backcourt in the nation, committed to Kentucky, assuring the Wildcats' prominence for years...

Jabari Parker, No. 1 Prep Basketball Player,...

Colleges will wait for Jabari Parker to make up his mind about where he wants to go to school, and the No. 1-ranked high...

NBA Draft: Wildcats’ Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist...

There was a reason Kentucky won the National Championship in March. They had the best talent. That fact played out again in Thursday night's NBA...

Surprise: Southern Primary Voters Selected Anybody But...

It's no secret that President Obama is unpopular among white voters in the South—so as further evidence we have yesterday's Democratic primary results in...
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