UofL football player charged after alleged property damage, assault

A UofL football player was in court Monday morning after an incident this weekend at the University Pointe Apartments.

Gov. Beshear unveils 2021 Kentucky Derby celebration poster

  ‘It feels like a miracle’: Planet Fitness carjacking victim reunited with stolen car

  League of superheroes gather to wash windows at Norton Children’s Hospital

Kentucky State Fair committee creates recommendation for planning ’more normal’ 2021 event

  Drunk driver in fatal Floyd Co. crash sentenced to 12 years in jail

  Thousands of students continue with virtual learning after schools reopen

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  One dead, two still missing after boats crash on Ohio River near Greenwood Boat Dock

Two women accused of attempting to spend $1 million bill at Maryville Dollar General

  Protester addresses getting punched by Louisville police officer during arrest

Gov. Beshear: Over half of Kentuckians 18 and older have been at least partially vaccinated

  FORECAST: Warm Tuesday; colder with rain to snow at night

Man accused of firing shots at wedding venue arraigned

Victim of New Albany shooting identified, woman also found with injuries

The shooting was reported the 300 block of Erni Avenue around 9 p.m. Sunday.

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

Indiana's 7-day positivity rate stands at 5.2%.

Former Marine reunites with bomb dog 8 years after the pair served together overseas

A former infantry Marine living in South Carolina was reunited with the bomb dog that once served by his side.

LSU fraternity pays off the mortgage of longtime house cook

For fraternity members of LSU’s Phi Gamma Delta house back in 1988, it was their cook that left the biggest impression on them.

Outgoing bills can make you an ID theft target

  WWII veteran escorted 1,000 miles to return to rest home in Louisville

Victim identified in deadly single-vehicle collision on Greenbelt Highway, driver charged with murder, DUI

  2 adults killed in house fire identified, young adult critically injured, minor escapes

Investigation underway after man shot on Outer Loop dropped off at hospital

Gov. Beshear: 275 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky., 4 new deaths Sunday

Gov. Beshear: 275 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky., 4 new deaths Sunday

So far, 1,660,753 Kentuckians have received at least their first dose of a COVID vaccine.

More in-person unemployment assistance appointments open this week

The state is opening more in-person appointments at multiple Kentucky Career Centers across the commonwealth.

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 1,041 new cases, 7 new deaths

The seven-day positivity rate in the state of Indiana is now at 5.2 percent for all tests administered.

Moped rider hit and killed on Watterson Expressway identified by coroner

The collision happened around 11:15 p.m. Saturday on I-264 near Newburg Road.

  Thunder Over Louisville organizers looking forward to a bigger and better show next year

Organizers said their goal was to bring that same Thunder Over Louisville energy to people from the comfort of their homes.

Family, friends celebrate life of teen kayaker Jacob Stover

Family and friends gathered to celebrate the life of a teenager who died while kayaking on the Ohio River back in January.

Man detained after shooting near Mellwood Art Center

A guest at the event was able to disarm the suspect.

  Restaurants prepare for influx of customers ahead of Thunder Over Louisville

Restaurants on both sides of the river were hoping to cash in as families grab a bite to eat and watch the show.

Gov. Beshear: 599 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky., 3 new deaths

Beshear said 1,654,407 individuals so far have received at least their first dose of a COVID vaccine.

9-year-old sent to hospital after accidentally shooting himself, police say

A juvenile has been sent to the hospital after accidentally shooting himself with a relative’s handgun, according to police.

Nicholasville woman shares J&J vaccine journey through blog

A young woman in Nicholasville got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine just days before its pause, and is now using a blog to share her story and connect with others.

Indiana State Department of Health Saturday update: 1,263 new cases, 5 new deaths

Seven-day positivity rate for COVID-19 tests in the state is now listed as 5.1 percent.

LMPD officer accused of beating, threatening and holding victim at gunpoint

The case is being investigated by LMPD’s Public Integrity Unit.

LMPD: Shooting in Shively sends one man to hospital

Officers were called to reports of a shooting in the 2900 block of 7th Street Road around 4 a.m. Saturday.

Local church celebrates 75 years with car show benefiting cancer research

Local residents revved up their engines for a good cause Saturday morning at the Gethsemane Baptist Church for their 75th anniversary.

THC-laced Cheetos discovered in Crenshaw County

Law enforcement officials are warning residents after finding a THC-laced snack that could easily find it’s way into the hands of children.

  Thunder Over Louisville scaled back to three sites over crowding concerns

A Kentucky Derby Festival organizer revealed the decision on Twitter Friday evening.

Kentucky reports 714 COVID-19 cases, higher positivity rate

More than 1.6 million Kentuckians have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Andy Beshear said.

Man charged with attempted murder after shooting victim 11 times in Louisville

Robert McDowell, Jr., 30, is charged with attempted murder and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

  Kentucky man credits lung transplant with saving his life after contracting COVID

After a double lung transplant, a Louisville man is crediting the organ donation for saving his life when he got COVID-19.

  Metro Council advances plan to provide legal help for families facing eviction

Louisville Metro Council's budget committee voted to advance an ordinance that would set aside $400,000 to provide legal help for people who are being evicted.

  COVID-19 shots likely here to stay; research points to need for yearly boosters

The chief medical officer of UofL Health believes COVID-19 vaccines are here to stay and expects yearly booster shots to become the norm.

City of Myrtle Beach considers fee that would make visitors pay for safety

Taking a trip to Myrtle Beach may soon cost visitors a little more out of their pockets.

Retired Geauga County, Ohio, Sheriff, K9 partner die on same day

Dan McClelland was with the Geauga County Sheriff's Office for 44 years.

  Jefferson Co. Fire Service adds bikes to vehicle list to respond to emergencies in rough terrain

The four bikes were purchased through the Neighborhood Development Fund grant money from Louisville’s Metro Council.

  Louisville Zoo looking to embody a return to normal with pandemic-friendly events

As the COVID-19 pandemic inches toward the light at the end of the tunnel, it’s leaving a trail of changes and a year of major life adjustments for people and businesses across Kentucky.

  FBI says it interviewed FedEx mass shooter last year

Four people were killed outside the building and another four inside. Several people were also wounded, including five who were taken to the hospital.

  Witnesses: Teen killed after argument ‘thought he was with friends’

The peace and quiet neighbors said they’re used to on Trumpet Avenue was shattered Wednesday afternoon when a teenager was shot to death on a neighbor’s lawn.

Coroner identifies body found in Ohio River

The body was found just after Noon Wednesday off the 800 block of N. 27th Street in the area of the LG&E hydroelectric plant.

University of Cincinnati student’s death after J&J vaccine under investigation

Hamilton County's coroner has been in contact with the Ohio Health Department about this death but is waiting on medical records and additional test results before determining cause of death

  Behind the Forecast: How weather influences Spring allergies

Louisville was number 21 on the list of Most Challenging Places to Live With Allergies in the Spring and number 20 in the Fall for 2021.

Veteran who died with no family in Florida will be returned to rest in his old Kentucky home

The body of a Korean War hero who died in Florida will be taken on a 1,000 mile journey from Zephyrhills, Fla to Kentucky

Publisher won’t distribute book by officer from Taylor raid

The Louisville police officer who fired at Breonna Taylor after being shot during the deadly raid on Taylor’s apartment is writing a book, but a publishing giant is declining to distribute it.

  Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport shows increase in travel

Louisville’s airport is housing more passengers, with numbers comparable to those before the pandemic began.

  Anonymous person donates trailer, supplies to Cub Scout Pack after trailer was stolen

Just a few days after a local cub scout pack realized their trailer was stolen, an anonymous person has donated another trailer to help the pack.

  Thunder Over Louisville officials encouraging people not to gather at leaked locations

Kentucky Derby Festival officials kept the locations secret so that people would not gather.

Two facing charges after hundreds of animals rescued from overrun animal shelter

Hundreds of animals rescued from overrun animal shelter in Montgomery County.

Ky. Gov. Beshear responds to report of state workers gaming unemployment system

The positivity rate currently stands at 3.45% statewide.

Ky. Gov. Beshear responds to report of state workers gaming unemployment system

The positivity rate currently stands at 3.45% statewide.

  Tamika Palmer blasts BLM Louisville, Rep. Attica Scott

Breonna Taylor’s mother called out Black Lives Matter Louisville and Kentucky Rep. Attica Scott, using the word “fraud” to describe both in a Facebook post.

  Derby trainers return to Churchill Downs; morning workouts open to spectators

In just over two weeks, a limited number of spectators will fill the stands at Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks.

  Despite extended deadline to May, many already filed taxes ahead of April 15

‘Tax Day’ may still be printed on calendars across America, but, earlier this year, the IRS extended the filing deadline. Individuals have until May 17 to complete the process.

  In-person unemployment appointments begin in Kentucky

Kentucky’s Office of Unemployment Insurance began the first round of in-person appointments on Thursday more than a year after the pandemic began.

LENSAlert issued for missing 21-year-old man

A LENSAlert has been issued by MetroSafe for Trehvon Junior, who was last seen near the 1300 block of South 32nd Street.

Driver dies in single-vehicle semi collision on I-264 near Brownsboro Road

Around 4:30 p.m. Thursday, LMPD traffic unit responded to the single-vehicle accident on I-264 East just before Brownsboro Road.

  The Derby Dress Contest is on! Pick Shannon and John’s outfits

Voters are automatically registered to win a $1,000 dollar gift certificate to Rodes.

  Louisville starts cleaning up downtown homeless camps

Just a few weeks away from Derby, the encampments are being swept up, and sprayed down, but things are different some of the past cleanups.

Veteran’s Club teams up with Kentucky Derby Festival to help veterans

200 bags were given out to veterans Thursday.

Gov. Beshear: Vaccination appointments ‘for the taking’ as positivity rate rises in Ky.

With Thursday’s numbers, Beshear said 877,076 vaccinations are needed to meet the requirements of lifting restrictions.

  VIDEO: Burglar looks directly at doorbell cam ... then puts his mask on

Louisville Metro Police Department investigators are asking for help from the public in identifying a burglar.

Woman, 6 children displaced after Old Louisville apartment fire

The fire was discovered after drivers on Interstate 65 reported heavy smoke in the area during the morning commute.

  How you can stay on top of your money during Financial Literacy Month

There's seven easy steps you can take to make sure you have control of your financial life.

Brett Favre says politics are ruining sports; protests are ‘more turmoil than good’

Favre, in a recent interview on The Andrew Klavan Show, says politics are ruining sports and that most people are tuning out because of it.

LMPD chief reprimands Mattingly over email sent to fellow officers

Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, who was shot in the leg during the March 2020 raid, sent the email in September.

Suspect in February homicide arrested

Kenyatta James, 43, of Louisville was taken into custody April 14.

UPDATE: Northbound I-71 reopens after semi crash

The interstate was closed nearly four hours due to the crash.

Convicted felon arrested with gun and drugs after police chase

Isiah Cortez Glynn, of Brandenburg, was arrested just after midnight by Radcliff police and booked into the Hardin County Detention Center in Elizabethtown.

LIHEAP extends crisis enrollment period for families behind on bills

The enrollment period will be extended until April 15.