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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.