Joseph Oberhansley pleads his innocence to Clark County jury

Oberhansley now argues he was coerced into his original confession

Trump and Biden hit unlikely battleground state of Minnesota

Minnesota will feel like a genuine battleground on Friday when President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden campaign to mark the beginning of early voting.
  • National

Feds explored possibly charging Portland officials in unrest

The Justice Department explored whether it could pursue either criminal or civil rights charges against city officials in Portland, Oregon after clashes erupted there night after night between law enforcement and demonstrators, a department spokesperson said Thursday.


  Report: City paid more than $60,000 to protesters for trashed belongings

  Parents angry over police shooting book taught at JCPS schools

  Dequante Hobbs’ killer sentenced on federal firearms charges

  Restaurants bouncing back with outdoor seating concerned about short autumn, harsh winter

Victim identified in New Albany apartment complex homicide

Chief Todd Bailey confirmed that a man was found dead in the 4000 block of Prestwick Square, The Annex of New Albany, at about 5:15 p.m.
  • National

  Gulf Coast braces for 2nd round of flooding in Sally’s wake

Homeowners and businesses along the soggy Gulf Coast began cleaning up Thursday in the wake of Hurricane Sally, even as the region braced for a delayed, second round of flooding in the coming days from rivers and creeks swollen by the storm’s heavy rains

  Hundreds of nonprofits depending on Louisville’s annual day of giving for financial relief

Feds charge 7 with meth trafficking in Owensboro area

  Ky. Gov. Andy Beshear’s authority questioned at Supreme Court

  Papa John’s to shift key departments to new Atlanta HQ office

628 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in the Commonwealth

UK releases revised Spring 2021 academic calendar; no spring break

Shepherdsville police searching for missing teenager

Popular grocery store’s delivery van stolen in the Highlands

  • National

  Ex-Pence adviser says Trump bungled virus; she’s for Biden

Olivia Troye is the latest former member of the Trump administration to speak out against him and urge voters to deny him a second term.


Male Prepares for Season Opener at #1 Trinity

LouCity wins 2-0 at Indy Eleven

Big Ten changes course, will play fall football after all

Silver Creek’s Kaufman Narrows List of Schools to Five

St. X to host Trinity on campus for first time

Game drew 16,500 at Cardinal Stadium in 2019


  Goode Morning Weather Blog: Thursday Update

West Nile Virus case confirmed in Clark County mosquito

Metro Council’s no-confidence vote could impact Fischer’s future as mayor

  Louisville public safety chief, LMPD officers testify in front of Metro Council regarding protest response

  FOP president calls for city to remove Breonna Taylor banners

Several banners bearing Taylor's name were placed in downtown Louisville on Monday.
  • Coronavirus

  COVID-19 danger continues to drive joblessness in US

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell last week to 860,000, a historically high figure that reflects economic damage from the coronavirus outbreak.

  Louisville couple ties the knot, honeymoons in Florida during Hurricane Sally

  Metro sewers reveal spread of COVID-19 in a new way

  Some LMPD reforms could help police and community trust again

  3 years later, city still fighting LMPD Explorer sex abuse case


Volunteers needed for COVID-19 plasma trials at UC’s College of Medicine

  Ky. Gov. Andy Beshear’s authority questioned at Supreme Court

628 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in the Commonwealth


  Barr under fire over comparison of virus lock-in to slavery

Scam Alert: Voters, be wary of bogus mailers and texts

Protesters gather outside Trump campaign event in Phoenix

USPS sends vote-by-mail postcard to households