FORECAST: Scattered afternoon thunderstorms; Cold front brings more rain Friday

Scattered showers and storms are possible yet again Thursday afternoon and evening.

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Paving complete on Dixie Highway project

  Kentucky Kingdom awaits reopening date from state

  Fire shuts down newly re-opened New Albany businesses

New ‘Hunger Games’ book sells more than 500,000 copies

Black Diamond employees honor coworker killed in crash

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  As some pools in Kentucky reopen, guidelines will be strictly enforced

  What to do if you witness an altercation involving police

Brown-Forman helps feed first responders

Man arrested in murder of Moore High student

Retirement parade for JCPS principal

Beshear responds to news of effigy suspect’s termination from Kentucky auto dealership

Beshear confirms Kentucky’s 400th death from coronavirus

Gov. Andy Beshear on Wednesday reported 127 new cases of the coronavirus, pushing the state total to 9,077.

  Mosques around WAVE Country begin to reopen

Churches and houses of worship have opened or are opening across the area. That includes mosques, which are Muslim places of worship. Muslim leaders in Louisville say they are cautiously opening back up.

  Mother, 2 children and another driver killed in Meade Co. crash

A surviving child said, "I tried waking up my mommy but she... wouldn’t wake up."

  JCPS meal distribution continues through summer

Jefferson County Public Schools finished coursework for the school year on Wednesday, but the district's meal distribution program will continue through the summer.

  More COVID-19 testing offered for local Hispanic community

Fischer announces 51 new COVID-19 cases, 3 new deaths

TARC riders now required to wear masks

Man ejected from tractor, found dead in sinkhole

LMPD officer facing misconduct, sexual abuse charges

Keeneland summer meet approved

LMPD: Juvenile hit by vehicle he carjacked

A juvenile was hit by a vehicle he allegedly carjacked after he crashed into a home, according to Louisville Metro police.

Y’alls Animal Farm contactless experience opens for second weekend

Experience animals and circus performances without leaving your car

JCPS to offer summer learning opportunities for students

JCPS is offering multiple summer learning opportunities to continue engaging and supporting students while school is out.

Greater Clark County Schools launches Virtual Academy

The Virtual Academy is an option for those who do not feel comfortable returning to a traditional classroom.

How your kids can help J.K. Rowling finish her next book

Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is working on a new book project and is hoping her young readers will help her finish it.

  Krispy Kreme is giving away free doughnuts for 5 days in June

Krispy Kreme is extending its free doughnut giveaway promotion to give customers more opportunities to swing by and pick up a sweet treat.

Auto dealership employee fired for alleged involvement in hanging Beshear effigy

"The Neil Huffman Auto Group does not condone threats of violence in any form," a statement from Neil Huffman Auto Group said in part.

Charlestown man killed in crash identified

The victim was taken to University of Louisville Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

1 dead, 2 others injured after shooting in Boone County

A fight that led to a shooting in Union killed one man and left two others injured, according to the sheriff’s department.

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Ky. State Fair board remains positive about potential festivities

The state fair is held at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville each year.

  LMPD: Child involved in Newburg crash found with gunshot wound

The LMPD Major Crimes Unit is investigating.

  Beshear offers first public response to effigy hanging: ‘I will not be bullied’

Gov. Andy Beshear addresses the state each weekday at 5 p.m. to give an update on the coronavirus crisis. Tuesday, however, he opened his daily briefing by addressing an incident at the state capitol on Sunday.

Kentucky and Indiana theme and water parks preparing to reopen

Kentucky Kingdom and Holiday World are two area amusement parks getting ready to open.

Report: Madison Correctional Facility employee arrested for alleged role in fatal stabbing

Kristen Wolf, 28, was arrested over the weekend.

Crews extinguish fire at New Albany strip mall on State Street

The New Albany Fire Department was on scene battling a fire within a strip mall on State Street Tuesday night.

Body found of 5-year-old missing from Adams County campground

Authorities do not suspect foul play.

  YMCA opens its doors in Southern Indiana

Changes are being implemented at YMCA facilities to protect staff and visitors.

  McConnell praises Beshear for reopening Kentucky’s economy

McConnell made the comments Tuesday at his first public appearance in Kentucky since March 13.

  State task force transports COVID patients from Nazareth Home

Over the weekend, 39 people tested positive at the facility in the Clifton neighborhood.

  Family, activists take to Louisville Metro Hall to protest Breonna Taylor’s death

The steps of Louisville Metro Hall were packed with dozens of people who demanded Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer make more changes in the aftermath of Breonna Taylor’s death.

Emergency crews working serious two-vehicle collision on 300 block of Muldraugh Hill

A serious two-vehicle collision on the 300 block of Muldraugh Hill has closed off traffic Tuesday evening while emergency crews clear the scene.

Beshear confirms 387 new coronavirus cases over last 3 days

Gov. Andy Beshear on Tuesday reported 387 new cases of the coronavirus over the last three days in Kentucky.

  Local woman describes ‘nervous’ journey of being pregnant during pandemic

Being pregnant can leave a woman feeling a number of emotions ranging from happiness to fear.

  Kentucky nail salons reopen with customers and owners ready for safe pampering

Many hair salons opened back up on the Memorial Day holiday. Tuesday customers of area nail salons seemed equally happy to be back as the reopening phases in Kentucky continue.

LIST: The Louisville area’s most expensive, most affordable neighborhoods

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  National leaders come to Louisville to support Breonna Taylor’s family

The steps of Louisville Metro Hall were filled with people who support Breonna Taylor’s family and want drastic changes made in the police department and city.

Holiday World to reopen June 17

Holiday world is set to reopen on June 17, with Splashin' Safari expected to open on 4th of July.

Nike releases a shoe to honor Ben & Jerry’s

Ben & Jerry’s has teamed up with Nike SB to release a new shoe based on the colors of a pint of Chunky Monkey.

Suspect turns himself in following deadly shooting at Kroger

A man has been charged in the shooting death of another man at a Kroger gas station in Louisville.

COVID testing begins at Southern High School

Kroger’s coronavirus testing site in Louisville has changed locations. The site has moved from Shawnee Park to Southern High School.

  Six Flags announces new safety measures for when parks reopen

If you are planning a trip to Six Flags this year, you will need to know about the new policies the company has put in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

21 more COVID-19 related deaths, 370 new cases reported in Indiana

As of Wednesday morning, there were 32,437 cases in the state.

’Incomprehensible’: Police say World War I monument vandalized on Memorial Day in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh police are investigating after they discovered a World War I memorial vandalized on Memorial Day.

Judge signs motion to dismiss charges against Kenneth Walker

Charges against Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Breonna Taylor, have been dismissed.

Clarksville police looking for man accused of trying to lure juvenile into his car

Police in Clarksville are on the lookout for a “suspicious male attempting to lure a juvenile female to his vehicle.”

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  Deam Lake draws Memorial Day crowd after reopening with new guidelines

For many, soaking in the sun at the beach on Deam Lake was a return to something familiar.

Indiana DNR saves intoxicated man floating down flooded Blue River on raft

Indiana DNR posted on Facebook that an intoxicated man had passed out on a raft with a bottle of rum in his lap.

New COVID-19 testing site to open at Southern High School

As more stores and restaurants open in Kentucky so will COVID-19 testing sites.

  Hair salons, massage therapists among Ky businesses that reopened Memorial Day

Barber shops and hair salons reopened May 25 under Governor Andy Beshear's Healthy at Work plan.

  Military vehicle convoy honors veterans at Zachary Taylor National Cemetery

Members of the KILROY chapter of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association in Louisville organized a Memorial Day convoy to honor veterans and those that have fallen in combat.

Henderson bagpiper honors veterans on Memorial Day

14 News Photojournalist Jake Embrey shows us the sights and sounds of one man who wanted to make sure there was a proper celebration for our fallen heroes.

Coroner reveals identity of man shot, killed in Kroger parking lot at 28th and Broadway

Louisville Metro Police are investigating after a shooting in the Russell neighborhood leaves one man dead Sunday afternoon.

Veteran’s Club hosts third annual Memorial Day equine session

For the third year in a row, the organization hosted their annual Memorial Day equine session in Elk Creek.

Long-time New Albany High School teacher and WNAS director Lee Kelly has died

Lee Kelly, the long-time director for New Albany High School’s radio and television program and teacher for 40 years has died.

Private memorial service for Phyllis George hosted in Frankfort

A private funeral service for former first lady of Kentucky and Miss America winner Phyllis George took place in the Capitol building in Frankfort Monday afternoon.

  Gov. Beshear hanged in effigy at 2nd Amendment protest at Capitol

Protesters hung an effigy of Governor Andy Beshear Sunday. Some argued it was a peaceful protest.

  Taylorsville Lake Marina back open in time for extended weekend

Staff had to work quickly to get the marina back up to operating standards so people were able to come and spend time on the water during the extended weekend.

  Holiday social distancing being practiced depending on where you look

With beautiful weather in Louisville Monday, plenty of folks were out and about.

  COVID-19 causing chaos in your relationship? You are not alone

Too much time with your partner may not be what you thought.

  ‘My friend’s not a drug dealer’: Breonna Taylor’s friends, family say

Months after the investigation started, family members and friends of Breonna Taylor are still waiting for details on what happened inside her apartment on March 13.

Unique flag dedicated to healthcare heroes

The unique flag was donated to Baptist Health Floyd.

Plaque honors fallen Bullitt County military members

The plaque has every Bullitt County resident who died while in the military service, either in battle or in peace time.

Pizza Hut will give away free medium pizza to 2020 graduates

Pizza Hut announced that restaurants will be giving away a free, one-topping medium pizza to the Class of 2020.

Kentucky FOP president blames Louisville mayor for increase in threats, violence against police

The president of the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police claims Louisville mayor Greg Fischer is the reason for an increase of violence and threats against police.

Louisville mayor Greg Fischer announces 41 new COVID-19 cases on Memorial Day, 4 new deaths

Louisville mayor Greg Fischer posted an update on COVID-19 cases on Memorial Day, confirming 41 new positive cases in Jefferson County.

Convoy travels to Zachary Taylor National Cemetery

Drivers met at Mission BBQ on Shelbyville Road at 11:30 a.m.