CovCath faces backlash after video of apparent incident at Indigenous Peoples March surfaces

According to our partners at the Cincinnati Enquirer, Covington Catholic High School faced backlash on social media Saturday morning after video was posted and widely shared showing a tense exchange between indigenous marchers and a group of young men in Washington, D.C.

FBI: Suspect wanted in 7 bank robberies in 6 states has ties to KY

Louisville man pleads guilty to stabbing neighbor to death during 2013 robbery

Hardin County 911 dispatcher faces more than 150 sex crime charges

One dead, IU student injured in Bloomington apartment shooting

Free offers for federal workers over MLK weekend

Flu continues to spread, closes down schools

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JCPS will offer apprenticeships to students, expanding Academies of Louisville

Councilwoman Sexton Smith, JBS distribute fresh food to seniors

WAVE Country trees, cars, houses could be impacted by flash freeze

Some Brown School parents want better communication and security

No decision yet on site of Brooks Houck theft trial

Houck was indicted in July 2018 on five counts of theft for allegedly stealing roofing shingles.

Sony and RCA record labels sever ties with R. Kelly

The record labels have remained silent in light of mounting pressure following a documentary on the singer.

Johnsonville recalls more than 48,000 lbs. of frozen pork patties

There are no reports of any illnesses or injuries caused by the products.

Price drops on the way for UofL tickets

The University of Louisville’s Athletic Association approved a plan Friday that would reduce single-ticket prices for some upper- and mid-level sections next season.

Man wounded in Fairdale shooting

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Democrats said Russians tried to hack DNC after midterms

Skier dies after avalanche in NM; 1 in critical condition

Donated van to help non-profit provide people with rides to work

Four shot inside Owensboro home

ICE detained Marine with PTSD after incident

A judge ordered him released on his own recognizance, but authorities in Kent County, MI, turned him over to ICE instead. ICE held him for three days.

Disabled woman raped, impregnated in care facility in Florida, lawsuit says

The family says she was in no position to give consent because of her profound intellectual disabilities, a neurological disorder called Rett syndrome and other physical ailments. A multi-agency investigation has been launched into Pensacola Cluster, an intermediate-care facility.

Fort Campbell solider among the Americans killed in Syria

Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jonathan R. Farmer, 37, of Boynton Beach, Florida died in the explosion on Jan. 16 in Manbij, Syria, according to the Department of Defense.

Teen with replica gun shot, killed by police

Authorities say officers in the city of Tempe reported a suspect burglarizing a car Tuesday and that he ran away holding what appeared to be a handgun.

Harlem Globetrotters offering free tickets to furloughed employees

The Globetrotters are bringing their 2019 Fan Powered North American tour to the KFC Yum! Center on Saturday at 2 and 7 p.m.

Recall: Chicken nuggets may contain wood pieces

The company became aware of the situation after three consumer complaints were filed. There are no reports of related illnesses from the apparent contamination.

  Elizabethtown Army vet earns title of Titan on NBC’s Titan Games

He will be moving on to the next round of the competition.

Louisville police, EMS worried over mention of budget cuts in State of City address

The Louisville police and EMS unions agree Frankfort needs to step up and do something before drastic and damaging changes have to be made.

Louisville Mayor says possible cuts, taxes needed to offset state pension costs

Successes in economic development may soon be impacted by the costs of Kentucky's public pension crisis, not only at the state level, but in the city of Louisville.

JCPS holds racial equity forum

Parents in the Shawnee neighborhood learned more Thursday night about a plan to create racial equity in Jefferson County Public Schools.

Congressman Yarmuth proposes Muhammad Ali Legacy Act

On what would have been Muhammad Ali’s 77th birthday, Louisville Congressman John Yarmuth has unveiled legislation to honor The Greatest in Washington, DC.

Charlestown High Principal tapped as GCCS interim superintendent

The Greater Clark County School District will soon have a new leader at the helm. Charlestown High School Principal Mark Laughner is being tapped to take over as interim superintendent.

Horner Novelty moving out, ARC developers moving into downtown Jeffersonville building

After 38 years, Horner Novelty will be moving out of its downtown Jeffersonville location and a southern Indiana developer will move in in its place.

After county approval, plans to convert retreat into substance abuse treatment center a go

The Clark County Zoning Appeals board approved the change for Wooded Glen by a vote of 4-1 during a meeting Tuesday night.

Will Hollywood keep coming to Kentucky?

In the last legislative session, incentives were capped at $100 million per calendar year.

Freak accident on I-65 in Clark County claims the life of a young Marine

A wheel on a truck traveling southbound came off, went over the concrete median and hit Olivia Kustes’ truck while she was driving northbound.

Sex offender accused of making sexual threats to middle school, daycare

Police said he called from a blocked number and made sexual threats toward children and employees.

As uncertainty continues for government employees, local restaurants step up

During the longest government shutdown in history, commercial kitchens in Louisville are preparing meals, while government employees try to make sense of a situation that seems to have no end.

SNAP wants Archbishop to name credibly accused priests

The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, or SNAP, called on the Louisville Archbishop Thursday to protect children and release all names of priests who are credibly accused, as he has pledged, ASAP.

Case of whooping cough reported at preschool in Oldham County

The Oldham County Health Department made the announcement about the illness at Cadence Academy Preschool in Crestwood on Thursday afternoon.

GM employees allege nooses, threats, and racist remarks in Ohio plant

One supervisor said ‘there was never a black person lynched who didn’t deserve it’ at a staff meeting, and was never reprimanded.

Suspect charged in Old Louisville shooting

According to an arrest slip, the suspect and the victim were in a domestic dispute inside of a vehicle.

Multiple Kentucky school districts cancel Friday classes due to illness

The district made the move as an effort to slow spreading of the illness.

Teen flies to Australia to track down grandpa’s Vietnam War helmet missing for 50 years

Brayden Mott made it his missing to get his grandfather's helmet back, which had been missing for 50 years. He mowed lawns to earn airfare.

Government may have split up thousands more migrant families

"The total number and current status of all children separated from their parents or guardians ... is unknown," according to the report. It could be thousands more because family separations were taking place much earlier, during an influx that began in 2017, investigators found.

Central KY teacher charged with sexual abuse involving student

Kentucky State Police say Amanda Phillips, 37, is a Special Needs Teacher.

Cohen paid to rig online polls in Trump’s favor, report says

Cohen paid the head of a small technology company between $12,000 to $13,000 for activities related to Trump’s campaign, things like trying unsuccessfully to manipulate two online polls in Trump’s favor

Education Commissioner visits local schools to improve post secondary accomplishments

Kentucky’s Education Commissioner Dr. Wayne Lewis visited Bernheim Middle School, Lebanon Junction Elementary and the Bullitt County Area Technology Center Thursday.

Amid shutdown, Secret Service agents absorb travel expenses while working without pay

With no paychecks in sight, many in the agency see bank accounts dwindling and short-term debt mounting, which itself creates a potential security threat and puts their jobs at risk.

Trump cancels Pelosi’s overseas trip after her request to postpone State of the Union address

The nation's two most powerful leaders appeared to be engaged in a game of constitutional one-upmanship as negotiations to end the monthlong partial government shutdown failed to produce results.

Video: 1 killed, 1 hospitalized in massive NKY house fire

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Watchdog: Government may have separated many more children from migrant families

A report from the Health and Human Services inspector general's office finds that family separations were taking place before the spring of last year, when the administration announced its "zero tolerance" policy on the southwest border.

$1.2M grant to help thousands of animals

The grant was awarded to the Kentucky Humane Society by WaterShed Animal Fund and will help launch a three year program called Love 120.

Man arrested on arson charge for setting New Year’s Eve fire

Edwin T. Litsey is charged with arson, criminal mischief and wanton endangerment.

Rape suspect facing new burglary charges, including ESPN Radio break-in

A suspected criminal who was arraigned this week on rape and burglary charges is now facing even more accusations.

Giuliani: ‘I never said there was no collusion’ between Trump campaign, Russia

Giuliani, Trump's personal attorney, made the bombshell statement Wednesday, in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo.

A bystander rendered aid at the scene of a fiery crash. Then someone took his truck.

That good Samaritan was on the scene to help the victims of a fiery crash, including the suspect.

2020 Democrats face a choice: Fight Trump or ignore him?

Possible Democratic candidates haven't hesitated to tangle with Trump. Sen. Sherrod Brown recalled that when Trump slammed him over the closure of a General Motors plant in his home state, he poked the president for seeking "an Ohio Democrat to blame" while the GOP held power in the state.

  Healthcare facility where vegetative woman gave birth ordered to find new management

State regulators issued a letter ordering the facility to hire a third-party manager following visits that they say raised “several significant concerns.”

Mother burned when sippy cup exploded in her face, she says

An attorney says the company who makes the sippy cup doesn’t believe an explosion could have happened if the cup was being used properly and wants to do testing on it.

Pass the Cash: Friend helps single mother with cancer who lost husband to heart attack

Shannon was diagnosed with breast cancer a little over a year ago. But in the midst of her own troubles, just days after Thanksgiving, her husband suffered a heart attack and died.

Government shutdown putting stress on area businesses

As the partial government shutdown continues its record setting run, WAVE Country companies selling goods outside the country are feeling the pressure.

Burglary suspect accused of holding victim’s dog for ransom

The suspect told police the dispute began because the victim sold one of his dogs previously.

Testimony begins in Floyd County murder trial

James Duffy, 27, is charged with the murder of 68-year-old Lewis Morrison, a veteran found shot to death in his home in 2016.

Teenager killed when pickup truck lost wheel on I-65 in Clark County

The crash was first reported around 12:50 p.m. Wednesday.

Non-profit behind west Louisville development says they have been operating at a loss for months

Passport Health is developing their new headquarters at 18th and Broadway, but changes in state funding could threaten the company’s future.

Pair accused of using counterfeit cash at Kroger stores in Bardstown and E-town

The passing of the counterfeit currency was first reported on January 11.

Louisville International Airport gets new name

Louisville Regional Airport Authority officials on Wednesday approved the name change to honor the boxing icon, humanitarian and Louisville native.

Trump signs law giving back pay to federal workers

President Donald Trump signed a law on Wednesday guaranteeing back pay to federal employees who have been furloughed or working without pay during the partial government shutdown.

Couple injured in crash that killed LMPD detective prepares to file suit

Quentin Brady and his girlfriend were pulled over by Detective Mengedoht on Christmas Eve.

As opioid crisis rages on, one positive outcome arises from tragedy

The opioid epidemic has revealed one sad upside: more organs for life saving transplants.

Educators welcome governor’s call for increased teacher pay

Bringing in and keeping quality teachers in Indiana schools -- that goal was outlined by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb during his State of the State speech Tuesday night.

Woman shot, critically injured in Old Louisville neighborhood

The shooting was reported around 4:45 p.m. near the intersection of Fourth and Kentucky Streets.

Report: Leaked testimony says Jeff Hoover harassed young woman almost daily

Bombshell testimony just leaked to our news partners at the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting has brought 2017 accusations against a once-powerful Kentucky lawmaker back into the spotlight.

Steve Carell, ‘Office’ creator to reunite for Netflix series ‘Space Force’

Netflix announced Wednesday that Steve Carell joins Greg Daniels, who created the U.S. version of “Office,” for a new show, “Space Force.”

Sears staves off liquidation; stores to stay open, reports say

Multiple media outlets reported early Wednesday that billionaire Eddie Lampert has won a bankruptcy auction after strengthening his bid in several days of negotiations with creditors.

Trial of man charged in nightclub shooting set to begin

The shootings happened during the early morning hours of March 17, 2018 at Cole's Place in the Parkland neighborhood.

Fire at Okolona daycare extinguished, no injuries reported

The fire was reported in the 8100 block of Blue Lick Road around 11:50 a.m. Wednesday, according to MetroSafe.