Migraine sufferers can find relief through new medical techniques

Through new techniques and medications, there’s a chance to learn how to manage migraines and other neurological disorders.

  Indiana soldier reunites with four-legged best friend after a year

Atwell catches 3 TDs, Louisville tops Western Kentucky 38-21

  New West End YMCA already making impact on community

The Big Table brings people together with food and fellowship

Billy Reed: Justify report puts horse racing in ‘serious’ trouble

Arson investigating early morning house fire in Algonquin neighborhood

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UPDATE: Arrest made in early morning fatal shooting in Russell neighborhood

  Down Syndrome of Louisville meets Backstreet Boys before concert

  Drought exposing grime that’s plagued Shelby Co neighbors for decades

Louisville man served warrant, found flushing re-encoded credit cards down the toilet

Norton Cancer Institute hosts celebration of courage

Bullitt County teacher fired for terroristic threatening found not guilty

Department of Fish & Wildlife monitoring water conditions at Lake Cumberland

Heat and low dissolved oxygen levels are stressing some fish species.

Judge: Richardson showed a ‘grotesque disregard for life,’ sentenced her to 7 days already served

She was found not guilty on the more serious charges of aggravated murder, involuntary manslaughter, and child endangering.

Wild bat at Louisville Zoo tests positive for rabies

The bat was found on a public walkway on Monday near the Louisville Zoo’s Tiger Taiga exhibit.

  Lost scholarships tied to ‘crossfire’ between Papa John’s and John Schnatter, Simmons College administrators say

Simmons College administrators and Papa John's corporate are pointing fingers at each other, saying the opposite party is to blame.

UofL names new head tennis coach

  Kentucky Air National Guard special operations Airman earns Air Force Cross

Bevin-Beshear competition extends to fundraising

Big Green EGGFest raises over $26K for local charities

Jeffersonville police investigating infant death

Anti-Semitic flyers posted on doors in Jewish neighborhood

Hardin County man charged with sexual abuse of a minor

Roy Thomas Skees is locked up in the Hardin County Detention Center with a $10,000 full cash bond.

Kentucky students speak with NASA astronauts on Space Station

Students from around Louisville and the state of Kentucky got the opportunity to speak to astronauts on the International Space Station.

Elizabethtown man charged with several counts of child pornography

Matthew Lewis is being held in the Hardin County Detention Center on a $25,000 full cash bond.

Suspected thieves busted after stealing car equipped with remote navigation

A man who wouldn’t pull over the car he was suspected of stealing was arrested anyway, when Indiana State Police Dispatch got involved.

  Newest LMPD officers will be the last for nearly a year

The Louisville Metro Police Department has sworn in its newest class of officers. It comes around the same time that dozens of officers have already retired this year amid the city’s looming budget crisis.

GOP lawmaker criticized over AR-15 gun tweet about Beto O’Rourke

Beto O'Rourke has made gun control his signature issue in the aftermath of a mass shooting last month in his hometown of El Paso.

Chief Justice: Drug courts failing to keep up with needs

Kentucky's drug court program has failed to keep up with surging demand for its treatment services in a state grappling with addiction woes, the state's chief justice said Friday while signaling that he'll seek funding to expand the services

  Active shooter drill held at Scottsburg Middle to prepare for ‘that day’

An ambulance, fire truck and helicopter swarmed a Scott County school campus as the school district and first responders prepared for something that has become the unfortunate norm for schools across America.

Naming contest to be held for new elephant calf

You can go to the Louisville Zoo's website to make your submission starting Monday, September 16. In October, you'll be able to vote for one one of the finalists.

Singer Eddie Money dies of esophageal cancer at 70

The 70-year-old whose real name is Edward Mahoney recently had learned that his cancer had spread to his liver and lymph nodes.

Suspect in police pursuit identifed

The pursuit started after a car matching one wanted in connection with the robbery of a person a short time before was spotted.

US couple accused of ditching adopted girl, moving to Canada

Indiana prosecutors have charged a couple with abandoning their adopted daughter in 2013 and moving to Canada, renting an apartment in Lafayette for the then-11-year-old girl but otherwise leaving her to fend for herself.

Kentucky water district receives $2M to replace aging meters

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says an eastern water district has been approved for a $2 million grant to replace its aging water meters

One wounded in Taylor Blvd. shooting

The shooting was reported at 7:42 a.m. at the intersection of Taylor Ave. and Phyllis Ave.

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  Behind the Forecast: Why Fall allergies are so bad

Allergies are not just a Spring problem, they wreak havoc in the Fall too.

  Louisville first responders honored at Blue Mass

Louisville first responders were honored and thanked Thursday during a "Blue Mass" at the Cathedral of the Assumption in downtown Louisville.

  Business owners say landlord won’t respond as they wait for condemned St. Matthews shopping center to reopen

Nearly two months after the roof collapsed on a St. Matthews strip mall, some businesses are still struggling to make ends meet.

Touchdown Friday Night: Week 4 scores

Check out the scores for Week 4 of Touchdown Friday Night.

Skylar Richardson found guilty of abuse of a corpse

The maximum penalty for abuse of a corpse is 12 months.

  Drought impacts mixed for Louisville paddle boarding business

WAVE Country officially entered drought status Thursday.

SCHEDULE: All UofL ACC basketball games will be televised

All 20 of the University of Louisville’s Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball games will be televised by national or regional networks as noted in the announcement of the conference schedule on Thursday.

Metro Council honors Trifesta producer, additional weekend event details released

The Trifesta consists of Louder than Life, Bourbon and Beyond, and Hometown Rising.

11 awardees receive recognition at Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards

Winners included Michael J. Fox, Michael Lang, Mark Tewksbury, Dr. Mark Lynn, and Amy Hehre, among others.

A year after deadly crash, DUI suspect’s UK fraternity named in lawsuit

UK’s now-closed chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and its national headquarters are being named in a lawsuit filed on behalf of a 4-year-old boy killed last September, struck by an alleged impaired driver outside a Kentucky football game.

Painting on Clark Memorial Bridge ahead of schedule

The bridge could be open within the first couple of weeks in October.

John Schnatter announces plan to construct National Baptist Convention of America, International retreat center

This donation comes a week after Schnatter announced a gift of $1 million from the Schnatter Family Foundation to Simmons College, a historically black college in Louisville.

Georgetown police chief, sergeant put on paid administrative leave

Chief Denny Kunkel and Sgt. Charlie Morgan both are being investigated for misconduct, according to the council.

LMPD investigates triple shooting at Hikes Lane near Breckenridge

The two victims were transported to University of Louisville Hospital. The extent of their injuries is unclear.

  Vet says ‘zero chance’ drug found in Justify’s system would be given before race

New information continues to follow a New York Times report that Triple Crown winner Justify failed a drug test several weeks before the 2018 Kentucky Derby.

Rare birth: Couple welcomes 9 lb. 11 oz. baby on 9/11 at 9:11

Cametrione and Justin Brown welcomed their 9 pound 11 ounce baby at a Tennessee hospital on 9/11 at 9:11.

PHOTOS: This week’s adorable, adoptable pets from KHS

Each week, the Kentucky Humane Society is sharing photos of the adorable cats and dogs available for adoption.

Floyd County auditor resigns

According to our partners at the News and Tribune, Clark cited health issues in his resignation letter.

  Robbery led to crash involved involving LMPD officer during pursuit

Louisville Metro police were chasing a vehicle east on U.S. 60 outside of the Gene Snyder Freeway when it caused a crash at Beckley Station Road.

  Kentucky crime victims will soon have advocates assigned to cases

Sixteen victim advocates, one for each KSP post, will be hired by the end of October. They’ll be a point of contact for victims throughout the process.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg to campaign in Louisville next week

Pete Buttigieg, also known as "Mayor Pete," will be the latest 2020 Democratic presidential candidate to campaign in Louisville next week.

LMPD investigating serious crash in Beechmont

The crash happened around 4:30 Thursday afternoon.

  Making Ends Meet: Things to purchase during the month of September

Before you head to the store, check out this list of things to purchase during the month of September.

Sports Wagering now available at Winner’s Circle Race, Sports, Pub Clarksville

The facility will offer wagering on all types of professional and college sports from football and basketball to golf in addition to the existing off-track horse betting facility.

3 Louisville residents charged with stealing hemp plants from Hardin County farm

According to their arrest reports, the hemp plants were found inside two large black plastic garbage bags.

Investigators ID woman seen at Ky. Walmart with infant buried under merchandise

Pike County authorities said they have identified a woman after photos began circulating around social media showing her at a Walmart with what appears to be an infant buried at the bottom of a cart loaded with merchandise.

Suspect in Anderson County crash appears in court

The judge decided to not set a bond for the charges there, saying that David Henderson was a flight risk.

Family continues search for missing Covington man

Jeremy Powell, 32, reportedly disappeared last week from Covington and his family hasn’t heard from him since.

NAACP event aimed at stomping out hate, promoting voting

On Sept. 21, the Hardin County chapter will celebrate the organization’s achievements during an inspiring black-tie formal event.

Rep. Lynn Bechler pre-files legislation aimed at banning sanctuary cities

Under the proposed legislation, any local government that enacts sanctuary cities policies will become ineligible for money administered by state agencies.

Jerry Lundergan found guilty on federal charges related to daughter’s US Senate campaign

The father of Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes was found guilty on all counts in a federal trial over illegal contributions.

Beshear releases his vision to expand gaming & create new revenue for pensions

These new opportunities will include legalizing casinos, capitalizing on fantasy sports, sports betting, and preparing for online poker.

AAA report indicates annual vehicle ownership is on the rise

When purchasing a vehicle, research is key, as is acting carefully and methodically.

Southwest Airlines announces new nonstop flight to Fort Lauderdale

Flights start on December 21. Tickets for those flights are available now.

Baffert responds to report of Justify failing drug test weeks before 2018 Kentucky Derby

An attorney for Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert responded Thursday to a published report that Triple Crown winner Justify failed a drug test just weeks before the 2018 Kentucky Derby.

  Fern Creek High joins list of Louisville academies

Fern Creek High School students can now help design their own curriculum with subjects tailored to their passions.

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‘BYOB’ to Popeyes so you can make your own chicken sandwich

Popeyes knows you’re still sad about the spicy chicken sandwich being off the menu but the fast food chain has a quick fix to ease those cravings.

Investigation into Clark County judge will remain confidential

The Judicial Qualifications Commission said Indiana Supreme Court rules requires the confidentiality to protect the integrity of the investigation.

National Toy Hall of Fame Nominees for 2019 released

Voting for the nominees is happening now.

  Louisville e-cig seller to head to Washington after flavor ban laid out

A surge in underage vaping and an outbreak of serious lung illnesses has led to action in the nation's capital.

  VIDEO: Man breaks into Covington home, steals several items

Covington police are looking for a man who was caught on camera stealing several items from inside a home.

  Local businesses show support for firefighters on 9/11

Somber ceremonies took place across the country Wednesday, marking the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.