A national hike in the legal age to purchase tobacco is surfacing as a top priority for lawmakers.
On Monday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell introduced a bill that would increase the age of tobacco sales from 18 to 21.
The bi-partisan "Tobacco-Free Youth Act" is aimed at reducing the number of teens who are or could start...
The U.S. Navy is running exercises near the Persian Gulf while tensions continue to heighten between the U.S. and Iran.
Leaders from both countries have denied any desire to go to war. However, President Trump tweeted over the weekend saying a war between the two countries would be the end of Iran.
If Iran wants to fight,...
A Charlotte, North Carolina girl's incredible life journey hit another milestone Thursday.
Cassidy Hooper is one of only a few people in the world born with no eyes and no nose.
The 22-year-old graduated from Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, this week.
While in high school, Cassidy attended the Governor Morehead...
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana is encouraging parents and children to have a safe and fun time at the pools this summer.
Swimming is the most popular activity for young children during the summer. That can also make it one of the most dangerous. According to the YMCA, two children drown every day during the summer.
The YMCA of...
The Commonwealth is holding steady when it comes to employment.
However, reports show seasonal jobs, not including farming, added 4,000 to the state this month.
The Kentucky Center for Statistics reports April's jobless rate at 4.4 percent, showing relatively no change from March.
The state's labor force increased by 426...
A statue of a stainless steel rabbit sold for a record-breaking $91 million dollars.
The statue, entitled "Rabbit" sold Wednesday at Christie's Auction Company in New York.
The statue by Jeff Koons became the most expensive work of art by a living artist to ever be sold.
The sculpture debuted in 1986 and was displayed in several...
The annual Mayday Film Festival in Evansville will highlight the life of legendary Harlem Globetrotter, Jumpin' Johnny Kline.
Kline played for the Harlem Globetrotters during the 1950s and has been inducted into various halls of fame including the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame and the African American Hall of Fame.
Former Indiana Senator Richard Lugar is being honored with new legislation that looks to continue his work on denuclearization.
Indiana's U.S. Senator Todd Young introduced the resolution in a sub-committee of the Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday.
Young says the resolution aims to honor Lugar's contributions to nuclear...
New requirements have been put in place for Indiana teachers renewing their license and some teachers say the new rules blindsided them.
Indiana teachers may now have to complete a 15-hour externship with a company, as one of several options connected to license renewal.
Teachers are required to renew their license every five...