FORECAST: Pleasant for pre-Thanksgiving travel

This morning’s clouds will quickly disperse leaving us with gorgeous sunshine to enjoy.
  Man shot, killed one day before Thanksgiving
Crews rescue 2 from house fire in Russell neighborhood
Federal government re-approves work requirements for Kentuckians on Medicaid
  Robbery suspect shot by victim in Jacobs neighborhood

Video of fight between students on Louisville street corner leads to arrests

Troopers identified the people involved in the fight as former and current students of Central Hardin High School.


Jockeys, Churchill Charlie visit patients at Norton Children’s Hospital
Hall of Fame jockey says the chance to get out and put a smile on someone's face, who may not be feeling the best, is a rewarding feeling.
Police say man armed with multiple weapons planned mass shooting
Police said the man was "loaded up for World War III," but it’s what he told officers that was most concerning.
Lawsuit: Officer convicted of abusing daughter continues to receive his pension
Sean Jackman adopted Samantha Killary when she was two. She said the abuse began when she was four years old.

  Meet JCPS’ Exceptional Child Education Teacher of the Year

Some people work at jobs they seem destined to have. You might say that’s the case for this year’s JCPS Exceptional Child Education Teacher of the Year.

Helen Keller’s desk on display at American Printing House for the Blind

The Louisville facility that helps those who are blind or visually impaired has debuted the newest addition to its the museum.
Historic Fayette County courthouse rededicated
Wagner family members arrested in execution-style murders of Pike Co., OH family
  Plea deal results in 30 year sentence in Hardin Co. murder case


EU signals possible legal action against Italy over budget

A top EU official says Italy's draft budget for next year is in breach of the rulebook underpinning the euro and he is signaling the start of a legal procedure against the country over the spending plan.

Oil price plunge sends ripples through global economy

Sharply lower oil prices are sending ripples through the global economy, lending more spending power to consumers shopping for Christmas gifts and making fuel cheaper for people in poorer countries.


Cards take on #5 Tennessee in NIT Season Tip-off

#10 UK hosts Winthrop on Wednesday at 1 p.m.

IU holds off UT Arlington 78-64

Male prepares for 6A semi-state showdown with Trinity

Annie Moore: Louisville shouldn’t ‘throw the record books out’ ahead of Governor’s Cup

These Cardinals saw zero ACC wins, Bobby Petrino’s firing and a 2-9 record headed into the season’s final week. Louisville should remember it is going in as the team with nothing to lose.


Brothers donate turkeys in mother’s memory
UPS holding hiring blitz this weekend
YMCA announces $2 million gift at Thanksgiving breakfast