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.
No. 6 Kentucky Has No Trouble In 100-58 Rout Of Texas A&MMalik Monk scored 26 points, fellow freshman De'Aaron Fox had 15 and Kentucky rode an early 15-0 run to cruise past Texas A&M 100-58.
Kentucky, Villanova Stay 1-2 In Men's Basketball; Baylor UpKentucky and Villanova remain the top two teams in The Associated Press college basketball poll while Baylor made the week's biggest jump, from No. 20 to ninth.
Duke Runaway No. 1 In Preseason AP Top 25; Kentucky Is No. 2Duke is the runaway No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason college basketball poll.
Cement Manufacturer To Reduce Pollution From 5 PlantsA cement manufacturer has agreed to invest about $10 million to cut air pollution emissions at five of its plants in Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Texas, federal officials said Wednesday.
Hillary Says She'll Put Bill In Charge Of The EconomyHillary Clinton has a big job in mind for her husband if she wins the White House. Over the weekend, she pledged to put Bill Clinton "in charge of revitalizing the economy."
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.
Jim Beam Fills 14 Millionth Barrel Of BourbonJim Beam has filled and sealed its 14 millionth barrel of bourbon since the 1933 repeal of Prohibition, achieving a first in the bourbon industry.
The 5 Tallest Water Slides In The WorldAn introduction to the world's tallest waterslides
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.
Kentucky Edges Texas A&M 82-77 For 29th SEC Tourney TitleThe 16th-ranked Wildcats beat No. 17 Texas A&M 82-77 in overtime on Sunday.
One-And-Done Hurts March MadnessCollege basketball would be more enjoyable if marquee players stayed in school longer. But those dynasty days aren't coming back.