2: New Overnight: A fire stopped production of peanut butter at one company Monday morning. Crews were called to the Algood Food in the 7400 block of Trade Port Drive in PRP Sunday night around 10:30. The fire may have started in a peanut roaster and spread through the ventilation. It took about 45 minutes to put out the fire. No injuries were reported but some of the equipment was damaged.
3: Winner: California Chrome, with jockey Victor Espinoza aboard, raced to victory Saturday in the 140th Kentucky Derby. Saturday's Kentucky Derby race was run in front of the event's second-largest crowd ever - 164,906 people, just 401 short of 2012's record of 165,307. The 1 1/4-mile Kentucky Derby race has been dubbed "fastest two minutes in sports." It is the first leg of the Triple Crown of horse racing. The last horse to win the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes was Affirmed in 1978.The Preakness will be held on May 17 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Belmont Stakes follows on June 7 in Elmont, New York.
7: Arrest: A University of Louisville basketball player was arrested following the Kentucky Oaks on May 2. Mangok Mathiang, 21, was following police officers who had arrested his friend, the arrest warrant says. Police say they asked him to leave, but he continued to follow them. The report also says that he dropped a beer can. Mathiang was arrested around 7:30 p.m. at the intersection of 3rd Street and Central Avenue near the University of Louisville campus. He is charged with failure to disperse and drinking in a public place.
8: Big Four: Police arrested two men on weapons charges after responding to complaints that a group of people were harassing children at a playground and throwing rocks off the Big Four Bridge, almost hitting a young child.