Cards suffer more heartache at hands of #3 Virginia

Ryan McMahon scored all 12 of his points in the first half, hitting all four of his first half triples.

New snow leopard arrives at Louisville Zoo

Soldiers unleash tear gas amid tension on Venezuela’s border

GRAPHIC: Woman, 52, dies after being mauled by her own dogs

Barren County officer shot early Saturday morning

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KY Lt. governor honors teen killed in crash during police chase

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  Dozens attend vigil to remember victims of deadly shooting in Elizabethtown

New policy threatens job of Walmart greeter with cerebral palsy; parents and community fight to save it

Former MSD driver took painkiller before deadly crash, prosecutors say

R. Kelly surrenders to police after being indicted on sex crime charges

Five Questions with founders of Anchal

Video: Alleged drunken driver speeds down sidewalk, narrowly misses man and knocks down light pole

Woman stabbed during fight at Elizabethtown gas station

An investigation revealed the women began arguing while traveling on Patriot Parkway.

Trump sets up abortion obstacles, barring clinic referrals

The Trump administration on Friday set up new obstacles for women seeking abortions, barring taxpayer-funded family planning clinics from making abortion referrals.

  Passport to halt construction on west end headquarters

Passport officials said work on the new headquarter building at 18th Street and Broadway is on hold.

Trump picks ambassador to Canada for UN post

President Donald Trump announced Friday that he has selected Kelly Craft, the U.S. ambassador to Canada, as his nominee to serve as the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

City files appeal on Castleman statue removal

Trump vows veto as Democrats try to block emergency order

As bill moves forward, many in Indiana call for stronger hate crime legislation

Dogs certified as welders, KY bill aims to ensure it never happens again

Fundraisers to help Charlestown Police Department honor the memory of Sgt. Ben Bertram

Lawmaker: Ky. official state mineral is a rock, state rock is a mineral

Man accused of pulling gun on KY couple wearing MAGA hats kept in jail

The case is heading to a grand jury.

Kentucky House members speak out against border wall resolution

Some Kentucky lawmakers said they want their names removed from a resolution that states the Kentucky House unanimously supports President Trumps emergency declaration to build a border wall.

4 incidents involving students, school employees under investigation at McCracken County High School

According to the McCracken County Sheriff's office four incidents involving students and faculty at the McCracken County High School are under investigation and two high school officials are accused of failing to report at least two of the incidents.

Police search for motive in deadly Elizabethtown shooting

The suspect was booked into the Hardin County Detention Center. In addition to murder, he was charged with assault and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

95-year-old WWII tank ace takes nostalgic ride through Boston

A World War II veteran took a ride through the streets of Boston in the kind of Sherman tank he used in Europe during the war.

Residents wonder if dogs are responsible for llama attack

Since the attacks, officials have been working to figure out what hurt the animals.

Dead body found floating in creek in Shively

The body was found around 4:30 p.m. in Mill Creek off Heaton Road.

Dedication held for New Albany Habitat home

A Southern Indiana family will soon enjoy their first night in their new home thanks to Habitat for Humanity Clark & Floyd Indiana.

Texas couple calls for unity, prayer after they say Virgin Mary appeared on house wall

The Contreras family said this is a sign for the Catholic Church to unite.

Two arrested following accidental shooting in Hillview

Police said a woman accidentally discharged the gun and called 911.

Cats play host to Auburn; Reid Travis won’t play Saturday

UK, ranked No. 4 in both polls, has won 12 of its last 13 games, including a 66-58 win at Missouri on Tuesday. Senior transfer Reid Travis sprained his right knee in that game and is likely out for two weeks.

Police searching for man wanted on charges in two Kentucky counties

Kenneth Smith is described as a 6′0″ white male with brown hair and green eyes.

UofL announces $5 million gift from UPS

The University of Louisville announced a major contribution to its athletics program on Friday.

Dubois Academy students learn about the school’s namesake

DuBois Academy is named after William Edward Burghardt or W.E.B DuBois, and African American scholar.

Presbyterian seminary puts Cherokee Park listing on hold

The property sits next to Cherokee Park and is listed for $13.4 million.

City officials in Hickman, KY update community after landslide

Heavy rain on already saturated ground has cause a messy and dangerous situation in Hickman, Ky.

Police: Patriots owner Robert Kraft facing charges of soliciting prostitution in Florida

Officials are swearing a warrant out for the arrest of Robert Kraft, the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots, for soliciting a prostitute.

Man found burned in west Louisville alley identified

The name of a man whose body was found burned in an alley in the 600 block of South 42nd Street has been released.

Mueller report looming, new attorney general in hot seat

The position catapults him from Justice Department outsider free to theorize and speculate on special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation to the man at the center of the legal and political firestorm that will accompany its looming conclusion.

Vandals damage statue of Gen. Lee, except this one fought in WWII

Gen. William C. Lee was the commanding officer of the 101st Airborne Division during World War II, and his statue stands in front of his namesake museum, the William C. Lee Airborne Museum.

Jussie Smollett to be removed from ‘Empire’ season’s final episodes

Smollett reported being beaten up by two men who shouted racist and anti-gay slurs and threw bleach on him. But his story fell apart when actors Smollett knew from the "Empire" set and the gym told police that Smollett paid them $3,500 to stage the attack.

Elizabethtown man charged with distributing child porn

Brian Robert Schramm, 48, of Elizabethtown, was arrested Feb. 21 by Kentucky State Police.

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Behind the Forecast: The salty situation wrecking roads

Is the salt used to keep our roads safe in the winter damaging them? Meteorologist Tawana Andrew has the answer in this week's Science Behind the Forecast.

Woman claims Tinder banned her over hunting photos

One Tinder user suddenly found she couldn’t swipe any direction while on vacation in San Francisco.

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LMPD officer suspended after shooting man in abandoned home

A Louisville Metro Police Department officer who shot a man hiding behind a mattress in an abandoned home has been suspended.

Husband of daycare owner facing child molesting charges

Gregory Johnston, 38, was arrested late Thursday night.

Elizabethtown man’s time on ‘Titan Games’ comes to an end

Combat veteran Christopher Watts took on Budweiser delivery man James Jean-Louis in an incredible test of strength.

Drive-in looks to reopen

The drive-in has been closed since September of 2018 when a strong storm knocked down their massive screen.

Computer issues temporarily ground Southwest Airlines flights Friday

Southwest Airlines responded to reports of a computer outage Friday.

Google Doodle celebrates ‘Crocodile Hunter’ Steve Irwin’s birthday

Irwin would've been 57 on Friday.

Shares in Kraft Heinz to plunge on news of US probe

The food company said it received a subpoena in October from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. They are cooperating with authorities.

2 dead, 2 wounded in Elizabethtown shootings

Two people died, and two others were injured in a series of shootings in Elizabethtown.

Councilwoman says mayor using ‘scare tactics’ to promote Louisville tax hike

Across social media, videos posted by the mayor about different departments and places that would be impacted by the potential budget cuts are being called "scare tactics" by some members of Metro Council.

IN lawmakers unhappy with stripped down hate crimes bill that passed the Senate

Indiana is one step closer to having the state’s first hate crime law, but many argue it doesn’t go far enough.

Teen says school banned her ‘MAGA’ hat; dress code actually restricts all hats

The district’s dress code is available online. It states that no hats or caps may be worn inside classrooms and offices.

IN girl trapped in stolen car with suspect uses quick thinking to escape

Officials tried to direct police to the stolen car as the girl called out landmarks as the suspect kept driving.

  ‘Thundersnow,’ floods and mudslides: Rare storms paralyze communities across US

For the first time in more than a decade, measurable snow fell in Las Vegas. Torrential rains, up to 6 inches in some places, triggered floods and mudslides in the South.

Kentucky principal charged for failure to report student’s allegations of sex abuse

Several reports of sexual abuse, child pornography and sexual misconduct are being investigated at McCracken County High School, deputies said.

LG&E asking for rate increase to raise $172M for equipment upgrades

If approved, it would mean an extra $109 a year for LG&E residential customers with both gas and electric service.

Judge: US violated victims’ rights in Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse case

Federal prosecutors in Florida violated the rights of victims by secretly reaching a non-prosecution agreement with a wealthy financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

Man pleads guilty to beating woman to death with golf club, frying pan

The family agreed to a plea deal where the death penalty was taken off the table.

Lawsuit alleges ‘unsafe and hostile environments’ at four JCPS schools

All six of the plaintiffs said they are after a safe work place and learning environment where neither the teachers nor students are afraid.

Manafort faces March sentencing in Virginia tax, fraud case

A judge has set a March 8 sentencing date for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on his Virginia conviction for hiding millions of dollars from the IRS that he earned advising Ukrainian politicians.

2 women accuse R. Kelly of sexual misconduct in 1990s

Their accusations come six weeks after a Lifetime documentary series, "Surviving R. Kelly," took another look at old sexual misconduct allegations against the R&B star.

Reform bill aims to cut costs, preserve KY teacher pensions

A freshman member of the House with an education background is now leading the charge to fix Kentucky’s $43 billion dollar pension crisis.

El Chapo’s sons indicted on drug conspiracy charges, feds say

Two sons of notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman have been indicted on drug conspiracy charges, the Justice Department said Thursday.

Mike Berry, longest-serving president and CEO in KDF history, will step down after this year

Berry, a Louisville native, first joined the Festival in 1986 and has been its CEO for the last 22 years. He is the longest serving president and CEO of the city’s most popular festival.

Telehealth technology connects elementary school students to doctors online

Sick students can be seen in 30 minutes to an hour, with parent approval. Images and video are used to diagnose children the same way doctors would in person.

Local organization asks for bikes to help people get to work

Pedal Power renovates bikes and donates them to those in need. Right now, the organization only has about 40 bikes. Their goal is to collect another 150.

Texas Roadhouse raising menu prices

The restaurant said the increase is necessary because of higher labor costs and rising food costs.

Syracuse hoops coach Boeheim strikes, kills pedestrian on highway

"I am heartbroken that a member of our community died as the result of last night's accident," Boeheim said in a prepared statement.

Dermatologists raise concerns over movement to ban sunscreen for environmental reasons

Protecting the ocean and protecting our skin are two sides of a growing debate over sunscreen bans.

Louisville Ballet takes public stand against hateful comments

The Louisville Ballet is standing up publicly against hateful comments about an upcoming performance that explores the life and love of the LGBTQ community.

Man mows down family of 8 when dad asks him not to smoke near kids, police say

Police say the man ran over a family of eight after the father asked him not to smoke near his kids.

World Health Organization: Vaccine hesitancy is a top 10 global threat

WHO says the disease rose by 30 percent globally between 2016 and 2017.

Herbert Lee’s bond reduced following alleged Facebook car-sale scam

Herbert Lee, 25, is accused of robbing a teenager he met while trying to sell a car. Prosecutors said Lee advertised the car on Facebook, and went with two co-defendants to meet the would-be buyer.