Cabbage Patch House joins list of groups helping with NTI 2.0

A lot has changed at the local non-profit the Cabbage Patch Settlement House because of the coronavirus.

  Airbnb hosts are in the final turn for Derby bookings

  Valley Station neighbors say they ‘dodged a bullet’ after close call with flash flooding

Police Officer in Serious Condition after Friday Crash with Semi-Truck

  Some concerned lack of USPS relief funds could hurt neighbors, election

Man, child die following shooting in Jacobs neighborhood

  Floodwaters cause problems for drivers Friday in Louisville

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New Little Free Library Box dedicated

  FORECAST: More downpours expected Friday

Louisville-based Dan-O’s Seasoning to be a primary sponsor in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Series

Beshear announces plans for November election

One killed in Shelby County Crash

  Back To Learning: A homeschooling guide for parents with kids ages 3-5

Kentucky Science Center offers help for students and parents with Camp NTI

Kentucky Science Center is offering help for kids and their parents during NTI.

Victims in Meade County home explosion identified; 3 still in ICU

The four people who were hurt when a house exploded in Meade County were identified Friday.

Kentucky Supreme Court announces pilot project to reduce eviction cases in Jefferson County

The Kentucky Supreme Court has announced The “Eviction Diversion Pilot Project”. It aims at reducing eviction cases in Jefferson county.

Court rules for wedding photographer in suit against Metro Government over services for same-sex couples

Chelsey Nelson challenged a Louisville Metro law that would force her to promote same-sex wedding ceremonies if she photographed and blogged about weddings of heterosexual couples.

NuLu Business Association names Diversity Empowerment Council chair

1,079 new COVID-19 related cases, 8 new deaths reported in Indiana

Abbey Road on the River postponed until Memorial Day Weekend 2021

Oldest-living American to celebrate birthday on Saturday

  3 charged in Chili’s hostess attack caught on video

New COVID-19 helpline launched in Louisville

  Mail-in ballots sent to Trump, First Lady in Florida

President Donald Trump has requested a mail-in ballot for Florida’s Tuesday primary election, despite weeks of criticizing the practice.

  Behind the Forecast: Microclimates

Cities, plants, and even the soil can influence the weather in a region.

Crothersville officer seriously injured in crash

The crash was reported in the northbound lanes of Interstate 65 near mile marker 44, located between Crotherville and Seymour, around 6 a.m. Friday.

Ramps to close on Spaghetti Junction

Ramps on Spaghetti Junction will be closed to allow for crews to change road markings and signs.

From hair loss to mystery rashes, some are feeling the long-term impacts of COVID-19

Not every COVID-19 patient is in the clear after the initial symptoms subside.

ISP: Jasper woman stole items from home while family traveled out of town

According to Indiana State Police, a family returned to their home in Jasper and noticed a number of their items were missing. The suspect is facing six felony charges, including burglary, theft, residential entry, possession of a legend drug and trafficking.

  State initiates COVID-19 testing transportation for disabled Kentuckians

The service will be wheelchair accessible and can be scheduled through the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s non-emergency medical transportation providers.

  Huge blaze at StemWood lumber mill in New Albany under investigation

The former mill on Grant Line Road is located near a Walmart.

  2 children, 2 adults injured in Meade Co. home explosion

The explosion took place in the 900 block of Old Ekron Road just before noon.

2 Indiana cops charged with battery in protesters’ arrests

Among other things, grand jurors were asked to consider the level of threat posed by the individuals being arrested.

‘He never ran a fever, he never coughed’: Wife details experience after losing husband to COVID-19

The wife of the second youngest person to die in Lowndes County from COVID-19 said he had no underlying health conditions.

Identity of shooting victim who died after being dropped off at fire station released

The man was dropped off at Engine 12, located on Manslick Road, around 12:30 a.m. Monday, according to MetroSafe.

Deadly Kroger parking lot shooting victim identified

Mryshaun Barnes, 31, died early Wednesday morning at UofL Hospital.

  Plans moving forward to create an oasis in Louisville food desert

A woman is working to bring an end to Louisville's biggest food desert.

  Downtown businesses still boarded up as city awaits AG’s Breonna Taylor decision

August 13 marked five months since Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by LMPD. Some businesses downtown have been boarded up since protests in her name began.

  Breonna Taylor: Family looks ahead to what’s next 5 months after her death

Thursday marked five months since Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by LMPD officers in her Louisville apartment.

  Breonna Taylor’s mother says Mayor Greg Fischer is hiding the truth

Breonna Taylor’s mother called out Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer after he filed a lawsuit preventing public testimony about the city’s civil unrest.

Remembering ‘inseparable’ husband and wife lost in Newport crash

At 80 and 81, the couple's daughter says her parents hadn't missed a beat.

  Black Lives Matter holds midnight rally at Fischer’s home, stage other ‘direct actions’ overnight

BLM Louisville also hung a sign at the Paddock Shops that reads “White silence is violence.”

  Breonna Taylor’s death has prompted police reform, but family says there’s still work left to be done

Five months after Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by LMPD officers serving a warrant, those who knew her best continue to push for police reform.

  JCPS teachers prepare more engaging coursework ahead of NTI 2.0

Students have less than two weeks before they begin Non-Traditional Learning 2.0, but the district's teachers have already started working. Some are busy trying adapt to the new way of teaching online.

  Tougher penalties, federal task force to address Jefferson County carjackings

A sharp increase in carjackings in Jefferson County has led to a new federal task force aimed at putting an end to the problem.

  Until Freedom plans ‘major action’ in Louisville, won’t comply with police restrictions on demonstrations

Until Freedom's co-founder suggested LMPD’s recent efforts are intended to intimidate protesters before the Kentucky Derby.

  Andrea Knabel’s family holding onto hope one year after her disappearance

On the one-year anniversary, of her disappearance, Andrea Knabel's family still holds onto hope that she will be found.

Suspects in the fatal shooting of Trooper Lt. Troy Morris in custody facing murder charges

The two men and one teenager charged with the shooting death of Trooper Lt. Morris are all in the custody of law enforcement.

Retired pastor Bob Russell diagnosed with COVID-19 after precautionary test

Bob Russell says he's experiencing minor symptoms but is otherwise okay.

Louisville Free Public Library to resume computer use at four branches

Computers will be available for use at the Main, Northeast, Southwest and South Central locations starting Tuesday, August 18, but you will need an appointment.

Gov. Beshear expects ‘resolution’ in Breonna Taylor case before the Kentucky Derby

Gov. Andy Beshear said he thinks a decision will be made in the Breonna Taylor case before the Sept. 5 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.

All-girl quintuplets born at Odessa Regional Medical Center

Five baby girls were welcomed to the world in Odessa on Thursday.

  Birx says college football players can get back on the field if they’re ‘ultra careful’

White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Deborah Birx believes there is a “way forward” when it comes to college football this fall.

UK makes ACT, SAT optional for admission

In addition to not requiring an ACT or SAT exam score for admission, the university says it is committed to making scholarship opportunities available to students, whether they apply with or without test scores.

  Breonna Taylor’s mother urges healing, ‘bridging the gaps’

Just a day after she met with Attorney General Daniel Cameron, Breonna Taylor’s mother addressed a media gathering alongside her well-known, civil-rights attorney.

Funeral planned for 5-year-old boy shot at point-blank range in N.C.

A 5-year-old boy was fatally shot at point blank range in Wilson, North Carolina Sunday.

  ‘A miracle’: Cedar Rapids neighborhood grateful for surprise aid from volunteers

They cut down fallen trees, sawed off hanging branches, and raked lawns, all for free to any neighbor who wanted their help.

Meade County Schools issue warning about door-to-door sales rep

The Meade County School district is warning people in the community about a scam.

Gunshot victim taken to UofL Hospital in personal vehicle

A gunshot wound victim was taken to an area hospital early Thursday morning.

  FBI following more leads in Crystal Rogers investigation one week after taking over case

The FBI launched a website to allow people to send in tips, which can be submitted anonymously, about the Crystal Rogers Case.

  Beshear defends recommendation to delay in-person classes as some Kentucky schools defy him

Wednesday, Beshear dispelled “false equivalencies” between students gathering at schools and fans gathering at Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby.

Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry stolen from a Bowling Green home and business

The safe contained a large antique jewelry collection consisting of hundreds of pieces valued in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

McConnell remarks on state aid land with thud with governor

“If we don’t get these funds, Kentuckians will suffer,” the Democratic governor told reporters at a coronavirus briefing.

  Kenneth Walker’s parents reflect on phone call with son the night Breonna Taylor was killed

Kenneth Walker's parents say he's struggling with severe PTSD since the night his girlfriend, Breonna Taylor, was shot dead by police.

Hardin County Schools set to start in-person classes Aug. 24, defying Beshear’s recommendation

Students are also allowed to start with virtual learning at home through the HCS Online Learning Academy.

Male HS teacher fired after previous suspension for harassment, bullying

A former Kentucky teacher of the year who was known for flying a hovercraft, lying on a bed of nails and exploding pumpkins in his class has been let go.

  JCPS teachers, organizations form NTI camps to help students through virtual learning

Teachers and large organizations are coming together in a creative way to make sure students don’t fall behind during non-traditional instruction this school year.

  Latinx community among those disproportionately affected by COVID-19

There are specific reasons why researchers believe that’s the case.

  Churchill Downs’ neighbors nervous Derby restrictions will impact their yearly parking revenue

Neighbors are concerned the money they make through neighborhood parking will not amount to what they're used to.

  AG Daniel Cameron meets with Breonna Taylor’s family

The Taylor shooting was one of several police-involved deaths of black citizens that have sparked a civil reckoning across America in recent months.

  Smaller crowd, tighter rules await spectators at Kentucky Derby 146

Churchill Downs confirmed Wednesday there will be spectators in the stands for the 146th Kentucky Derby next month.

  Louisville Catholic schools returning to classes despite Beshear’s recommendation

Catholic schools across Kentucky will go back to school in August.

Indiana senator discusses current status of coronavirus relief package

Young said the “Restart Act” is important for not only expanding PPP loans, but improving them.

Court warns of rising scam phone calls

The call looks like it comes from the official office of the southern Indiana courts.

Bendapudi greets students, families on first Move-In Day at UofL

Move-in Day is traditionally held one day each fall, but due to the pandemic and social distancing requirements, there have been three designated days.

  New Albany Floyd County Schools return to the classroom after two-week delay

Students at New Albany Floyd County Schools returned to the classroom on Wednesday, following new procedures to keep them safe from COVID-19.

Gov. Beshear reports largest single-day spike in COVID-19 cases

During his daily media briefing in Frankfort, Beshear confirmed 1,163 new cases, pushing the state’s total to 36,945.

9-year-old Tri-State girl expected to die from unknown condition

The girl tested positive for coronavirus in May.

Florida sheriff: ‘No face masks allowed for deputies or visitors while under my duty'

The debate over the use of face masks is developing in a north central Florida county.

Misplaced rape kit leads to child molestation charges 14 years later

Moving into a new building led police to find the kit.

Affordable housing initiatives highlighted by Louisville mayor

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer highlighted initiatives to increase access to affordable housing and keep existing homeowners in their homes, including a new program through the Louisville Metro Housing Authority.