Pond in Chickasaw Park to be restored thanks to grant

Sandwiched between Southwestern Parkway and the Ohio River, the scenic park has a pond that has served the community for decades.
WWII veteran searching for beloved pins, cap
  White Cane Day observed Monday
Police search for home invasion suspects

UPDATE: Teen critically injured in shooting near Rangeland Elementary

Crews are on scene of a shooting in southeast Louisville, near Rangeland Elementary.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

Greyhound bus passengers stranded in Louisville after driver quits
There were some unhappy travelers today at the Louisville Greyhound bus station.
Woman, ex-boyfriend identified following murder-suicide on Goldsmith Lane
Family members said Sunday that the crime was a result of an abusive relationship.
Wyatt Williams; Prosecutors introduce new evidence in murder case
Wyatt Williams was playing a game of dice when he pulled out a gun and fired it in May of last year, investigators said.

Intense driving course held for Seymour High School students

Seymour High School students knocked over cones, whipped some 360s and went off road in cars Monday. However, everyone is safe.

Kentucky judge rules ‘Marsy’s Law’ ballot question is not accurately worded, orders officials not to certify results

Kentucky judge rules 'Marsy's Law' ballot question is not accurately worded, orders officials not to certify results
Police seeking suspect in Shively bank robbery
28 teams compete in Special Olympics flag football tourney

NATIONAL HEADLINES

Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, dies of cancer at 65

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen passed away Monday afternoon after complications with non-Hodhkin’s lymphoma, according to CNBC.

Report: Voter records from Kentucky, other states up for sale on dark web

Voter data from 19 states, including Kentucky, is on sale online right now, according to a report.

SPORTS

NCAA Bribery Trial: Witness says Pitino ‘had no knowledge’ of Bowen payments

T.J. Gassnola, a coach and consultant for apparel giant Adidas, and a man described by college basketball writer Dan Wetzel as a “bag man,” testified that the disgraced UofL basketball coach didn’t know about any payments to Brian Bowen Sr.