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  Soldier dad added to family pictures, overlooks infant son born after his death

The chief warrant officer is superimposed in two pictures, proudly looking over this wife’s shoulder at his newborn son and his toddler daughter.


Louisville golfer and hall-of-famer Don Fightmaster dies at 87

Reward rises for information in case involving horses shot and killed in Eastern Kentucky

This stinks: Garlic prices are going up

New Albany firefighters rescue two from rollover vehicle accident

Statewide Silver Alert issued for missing Indiana man

Lester Burbrink, 81, has been reported missing by the Columbus Police Department.
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  Sanders wins Nevada caucuses, takes national Democratic lead

Saturday’s caucuses are the third contest in a 2020 primary season that has so far been marred by chaos and uncertainty in overwhelmingly white, rural states.

Injuries ‘life-threatening’ for 2 involved in I-71 crash

Funeral held for mother and daughter killed in Missouri crash

  Louisville barbers team up to discuss mental health issues with clients, community members

  Senate Bill 8: Beshear to require schools to arm resource officers

Suspect hit with new charges in Teressa McCoy murder case

Legendary stallion A.P. Indy dies at 31

Champions Park could be home of National Women’s Soccer League team

  KSP: Intruder shot, killed by homeowner in Spencer County identified

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  Slaying of family of 4 leaves neighbors stunned in Fla.

Investigators haven't said why they believe this happened or exactly why they believe Ezequiel Almodovar killed his wife, Marielis Soto, and their two kids, Ezequiel, 16, and Gabriel,12.


Bellarmine grabs easy road win at Maryville

Legendary stallion A.P. Indy dies at 31

A.P. Indy had a legendary career with a $300,000 stud fee.


  Beshear renews call for 350 additional social workers

  Make Ends Meet: Passive income could be your ticket to early retirement

  Dead potbellied pig found dumped in Shawnee Park

  Sisters arrested for stealing more than $10,000 in goods from Jeffersonville Kroger

  Holocaust survivor recounts living in concentration camp, moving to America at Christian Academy

Anna Johnson’s family survived after years of neglect, starvation and torture and immigrated to America after WWII.
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  Teen creates bow ties for shelter animals

Thirteen-year-old Darius Brown has a passion for animals, a heart of gold and a booming business called Beaux and Paws. He makes adorable, unique bow ties to help shelter cats and dogs get adopted.

Missing 12-year-old found dead near Warsaw

Silver Alert issued for teen missing from Delphi

Report: Costco food court soon to be off limits for non-members

Flames shooting out of roof of building in Jeffersonville


  Senate Bill 8: Beshear to require schools to arm resource officers

  Beshear renews call for 350 additional social workers

  Cancer survivors fight for Kentucky funding