The celebration on Wednesday starts with a 4-mile run led by 101st Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Andrew Poppas.
According to the Kentucky State Police, authorities were called at 9:30 a.m. after someone found the kids on Highway 339 North.
Hopkinsville Police said the victim was stabbed as he walked into the Piggly Wiggly on North Main Street.
Where are the best places to view the eclipse on Aug. 21?
With eclipse spectators racing to both the Bluegrass and Volunteer states, law enforcement officers are expecting heavy traffic along rural …
Comfy Cow says the products were sold between June 13 and July 21 in retail stores in Kentucky, Missouri, Indiana and Tennessee.
Tatum is riding a motorcycle across the country to promote his new movie “Logan Lucky.”
The Army post says in a statement that it will host a farewell ceremony Tuesday for the 400-500 soldiers deploying with the 2nd Squadron, 17…
The 82-year-old woman was reported missing around 10 a.m. Thursday.
State officials say all of Tennessee’s 70 wineries will be open for visitors on eclipse day.
Severe thunderstorms to move across Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky Friday.
It’s being called the largest astronomical event in American history.
Skyler Davis was in a semi that clipped the back of an SUV entering Interstate 71 northbound near Columbus.
The Aug. 21 solar eclipse, when passage of the moon completely blocks out the sun, will be seen first in Oregon and cut diagonally across 14…
It happened around 6:45 a.m. on Interstate 24 in Kentucky.
The city says there will be hot dogs, popcorn, and cold drinks along with bocce ball, cornhole, and washer games.
A strong cold front will be moving through the region, bringing storms around Thursday afternoon for areas of north of Interstate 40.
The national recreation area is a popular weekend getaway spot through Tennessee and Kentucky.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation is especially worried about what could happen on the roads that day.
People will come from all over the country and saturate that path to witness the historic, once-in-a-lifetime event.