Mass shooting survivor Whitney Austin fights for state ‘Red Flag’ law

Extreme Risk Protection Orders allow guns to be taken away from someone deemed potentially violent.

  As Aurora shooting broke out, first responders put lives on the line within minutes

Within four minutes, the first police officers rushed to the 29,000-square-foot building and were fired on immediately; one was struck outside and four others shot inside.
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  Trump tests presidential power, declares emergency at border

Defiant in the wake of a stinging budget defeat, President Donald Trump on Friday declared a national emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border.


As firefighters graduate, mayor addresses potential cuts

Rajon Rondo gifts new shoes to high achieving students at new JCPS school

2019 Pegasus Pin design replicates Derby Festival official uniform jacket

New developments in groping allegations against Indiana’s Attorney General

Waggener football coach fired for ‘inappropriate communications’ with female student

Jordan Johnson, the head football coach and social studies teacher, was fired Jan. 24.
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  Legal fights launched over Trump’s national emergency declaration

Several legal challenges to President Trump's declaration of a national emergency in order to direct funds toward the building of a border wall have began or been promised.

Unvaccinated Kentucky child contracts measles after traveling out of country

KY father who lost daughter to overdose helps set up sting to catch men accused of selling her drugs

Former UofL football player sues rape accuser and university

Bill to automatically restore felon voting rights filed in KY Senate

  Work continues as KY lawmakers miss initial pension recommendation deadline

New snow leopard on the way to Louisville Zoo

What does raising the insurance tax mean for Louisville residents?

Yarmuth, McConnell, Paul react to Trump’s National Emergency declaration

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Drug company exec wore fentanyl spray costume in rap video to motivate opioid sales team

Former Insys Therapeutics Inc. executives are charged with scheming to pay doctors bribes and kickbacks in exchange for prescriptions of opioids.


Mack says he’s to blame for Cards late game issues

Bowling Green minor league baseball team to change name to Sinkholes for a day

It’s been five years since a sinkhole swallowed up priceless sports cars at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, and a Kentucky minor league baseball team is doing its best to keep the memmory of the event alive.


Card skimming devices discovered on multiple Frankfort-area gas pumps

U.S. Army seeks input on opportunities, support for female soldiers

Police: Man used computer to arrange for sex with teen

PHOTOS: This week’s adorable, adoptable pets from KHS

  Terry Zwicker reacts after son’s killer confesses to beating death

Terry Zwicker’s son, Trey, was 15 years old when he was beaten to death with a baseball bat behind Liberty High School in 2011.
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  NFL, Colin Kaepernick settle collusion lawsuit

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid have settled their grievances of collusion against the NFL, said a league representative Friday to the Associated Press.

The public has spoken: The female golden eagle at Bernheim Forest finally has a name

SnowTALK! Friday Edition

Carl Nett to be heard in court Friday about his ‘Trump’ nickname

Anthony Grigsby: Suspect in Feb. 6 police chase now in custody, accused in host of crimes


Rajon Rondo gifts new shoes to high achieving students at new JCPS school

New snow leopard on the way to Louisville Zoo

  Pass the Cash: Veteran gets help to make a house a home