FORECAST: Sunny and warmer - A Halloween treat

After a chilly and frosty start, temperatures will warm to near 60° thanks to a southerly wind on this Halloween. Expect a mostly sunny sky throughout the day.

  Biden, Obama make a final appeal to Michigan’s Black voters

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are participating in a number of events in the final weekend of the presidential campaign.
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Infant twins joined at head separated after 24-hour surgery

Joined by the skull, soft tissues and brain, Abigail and Micaela were born incredibly rare conjoined twins. But even more rare - they were eligible for separation surgery.


  City officials trying something new to confront record homicides

  Creative minds offer plenty of safe Halloween options

Youth patients, staff at Peace Hospital diagnosed with COVID-19

  100 new homes being built for Black homeowners in west Louisville

Report: KSP training presentation quotes Hitler, pushes for cadets to be ‘ruthless killers’

“A mindset void of emotion” is urged upon cadets in the slideshow, as well as a need to “meet violence with greater violence.”
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Walmart returns guns and ammunition to US store displays

Walmart has reversed course, announcing it is returning ammunition and firearms to their displays in its U.S. stores.

Beshear announces nearly 2,000 more coronavirus cases, 15 deaths

Third anonymous grand juror comes forward to ‘promote truth’ in Breonna Taylor case

3,205 new COVID-19 related cases, 26 new deaths reported in Indiana

Hardin County Schools to move to NTI

Prosecutors file notice of exculpatory evidence in Brett Hankison case

JCPS: Cross country can compete, football games canceled due to number of coronavirus cases

Man charged with murder in south Louisville shooting

  Behind the Forecast: Urban heat islands - how cities influence their weather

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  Trump pitches ‘back to normal’ as Biden warns of tough days

With four days until the election and more than 80 million votes already cast, time is running out for Trump and Biden to change the shape of the race.


Touchdown Friday Night: Oct. 30 scores

Wilson out, Gatewood named Cats starter for Saturday

UK hosts #5 Georgia


Officer shot while serving warrant at Breonna Taylor’s home files counterclaim against her boyfriend

GE Appliance Park contract proposal rejected by union members

  Kentucky vs. Indiana: Comparing the states’ COVID outbreaks, responses

  Louisville family frustrated, still seeking answers in Portland double homicide

  Thanksgiving traditions big and small face disruptions from COVID-19

COVID-19 is causing disruptions for plans across the country.
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Fall back: Time to change our clocks and watches again

The clock is running out once more for daylight saving time. Standard time begins at 2 a.m. local time Sunday.

Halloween to see first full moon since 2001 — and that’s not all

  Restaurant, small business associations make plea to lawmakers

  Tim Stark pleads not guilty to battery, intimidation of a law enforcement officer

  Crime victims question local group that bails out violent suspects