On Sunday, around 3000 people confronted the 2018 Louisville Ironman. A bunch of people that got dual usage out of their wet suits, staying warm while waiting in the cold rain, but spectators and athletes alike said it didn’t bother them.
A proposed Kentucky law designed to protect crime victims heads to the ballot this November.Those behind the bill say it's common sense legislation, but some who want it changed say what will show up on the ballot is misleading.
For more than 100 years, newspapers have been serving Fort Knox. Thursday, the final edition of the Gold Standard hit newsstands on the post and in surrounding communities. Some read its headline--‘Rich history of Fort Knox newspapers comes to an end'--with a little heartbreak.
A research pilot program has increased from just 14 pilot counties and 20 approved growers in 2014, to 73 counties and 210 growers as of September 2018, according to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.
The parents of woman caught in the crossfire of a gun fight at a Louisville bar last month are asking the public to help them find out who killed their daughter. As the family of Samantha Ahearn, 29, searches for closure, they said some tips have come in her case, but investigators need more.