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‘Larger caliber weapons’ training planned at Fort Knox, loud noise and vibrations expected

U.S. Army Fort Knox released a notice to its Facebook page warning residents in the area of noise and vibrations from March 3 to March 16.

All 10 Louisville Metro golf courses to open Sunday

Salem High School hopes to win first state championship

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Pedestrian dies after being hit by train off Dixie Highway

DREAM Foundation of Kentucky’s driving force, Mitchell Barnes, passes away at 26

Chickasaw Park re-design gathering focuses on beautification, fishing

  ‘Too early to tell’ if coronavirus will close Louisville-area schools and businesses

Ky. House passes bill to create tax on vaping products

  Fairdale church victimized by catalytic converter thief

  Former LMDC officer sentenced to federal prison after video showed him punching inmate

On top of the prison sentence, David Schwartz will also serve two additional years of probation.

  STUDY: Dirtiest places on a plane

Airport officials said they are following guidelines from public health officials.

  $21M fundraiser allows Ronald McDonald House to house more families

A $21 million fundraising campaign allowed the non-profit to increase by 50 percent.

  100 agree to ‘self-isolation’ in Kentucky after returning from countries hit by the coronavirus

So far, no one in isolation in Kentucky has shown any symptoms of the virus.

UPS pilots take precautions flying into China

  Katina Powell faces judge following arrest after police pursuit

Arrests made in Hardin County horse shootings

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  EXCLUSIVE: Surveillance video shows deadly encounter inside of Jeffersonville Big O Tires

  Louisville-area medical supply stores out of surgical masks amid coronavirus fears

Indianapolis-area reserve officer arrested, accused of handcuffing and leaving teen son in cell

37-year-old Timothy Hayes Jr. faces felony charges of criminal confinement and neglect of a dependent.

Real-time technology coming soon to Dixie Rapid Transit

The Dixie Highway Bus Rapid Transit is a faster way to get around Louisville.

  Crash survivor fights to help other Kentuckians with brain injuries

Chelsea Hogue was a 23-year-old UofL student whose life changed forever when a drunk driver slammed into her car in 2016.

  Indi’s restaurant employees back to work one day after shooting

Indi's Restaurant on Cane Run Road was back open for business Wednesday, a day after someone was shot near the store's drive-through.

LMPD investigating shooting in Portland

The shooting reportedly happened in the 1900 block of Rowan Street around 6:41 p.m.

  JCPS superintendent makes case for higher taxes for schools

Pollio on Wednesday outlined a variety of changes needed because JCPS has operated the same way since he started in the district as a teacher more than 20 years ago.

  Louisville family adjusting ‘trip of a lifetime’ plans overseas due to coronavirus concerns

Shelly Briones was looking forward to making memories with her daughter in Greece.

Katina Powell arrested again following police chase

Katina Powell, the self-proclaimed escort queen who brought down the UofL basketball program, was arrested after allegedly leading police on a chase Wednesday afternoon.

Family Foundation wants AG to investigate UofL’s OB/GYN training program

The Family Foundation wants Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to determine if the University of Louisville's Obstetrics and Gynecology training program is disregarding state law when it comes to abortion training and the EMW Women's Surgical Center.

Indiana couple gets no prison time for caging teenage girl

Several charges of sexual misconduct with a minor levied against 57-year-old Alan Friz were also dismissed.

Man charged with attempted murder in Buechel shooting

Witness statements and surveillance video show the victim was shot while running away from the suspect.

  Garden might not survive after theft of equipment used to feed hundreds in Shawnee neighborhood

A local church is putting out an urgent call to help save its ministry.

Man, juvenile arrested in separate child porn cases

Both of the arrests happened in New Albany.

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Body found at storage facility confirmed to be missing woman

The body was located near the missing woman's ex-boyfriend's home.

African American veterans talk out issues with Rep. John Yarmuth in Downtown Louisville

The discussion was part of the 14th Annual Community Dialogue in honor of Black History Month.

Kentucky Senate passes Marsy’s Law

The Kentucky Senate has passed Senate Bill 15, also known as Marsy’s Law.

$1.5 million donated to Norton Heart & Vascular Institute to improve services

A Louisville-area businessman offered a generous gift to Norton Healthcare on Tuesday to help more patients receive quality heart health services.

Louisville Topgolf trial moving forward by the Kentucky Court of Appeals

An appeal filed against the Louisville Topgolf project moving forward has now been assigned a court date.

Indiana Senate endorses ban on drivers using handheld phones

A proposal that would ban motorists from using handheld cellphones on Indiana roads appears on its way to becoming law.

  CDC urges Americans to prepare for spread of coronavirus, Louisville Metro health official responds

There are no confirmed cases in Louisville or in Kentucky.

Lab results find no controlled substances in confiscated Madison schools vaping products

Preliminary results from the Indiana State Police Toxicology Lab Tuesday found no controlled substances in any of the vaping devices sent in for testing.

  Wilson Elementary teachers receive $10K for students

Burlington stores gave Wilson Elementary teachers $10,000 through the Adopt A Classroom organization.

  Dying dogs, delayed justice -- Cruelty questions abound at Trixie Foundation

Randy Skaggs says he's strong enough to survive the criticism he gets as the person in charge of the Trixie Foundation in Elliott County.

  Louisville group continues fight to keep Castleman Monument in Cherokee Triangle

Gen. John B. Castleman was an integral piece of Louisville's park system, but also a member of the Confederate Army and some claim he supported slavery.

  Proposed bill would mean savings for Kentucky families with small children

Ask any parent who has a young child, you spend a lot of money on diapers and other baby products. But what if you could save by not having to pay sales tax on diapers and other baby products?

  Former student files lawsuit over attack at Iroquois High School

An Iroquois High School student who claims he was beaten unconscious by four other students, and left in a puddle of his own blood, is now suing staff members at the school.

  TARC’s executive staff vacation budget saw $30K increase under former director’s watch

The vacation budget jumped to more than $97,000 by the 2019 fiscal year as opposed to the $65,000 budgeted before 2017.

Shooting reported at Indi’s Fast Food Restaurant in St. Dennis, crews investigating

Louisville Metro Police spokesperson Alicia Smiley confirmed that one adult male was found at the scene who suffered at least one gunshot wound.

1 person confirmed dead in Wyandotte double shooting

There is no word on suspects and no arrests have been made.

  Pain continues for Radcliff family following January home invasion

A family continues to seek physical and emotional healing weeks after a violent home invasion in Hardin County.

Corydon Pike back open following semi-truck crash

The Floyd County Emergency Management Agency confirmed the driver was not injured.

Third suspect, 16, arrested in connection to woman’s death

Sixteen-year-old Dalton Madley is charged with robbery following the death of 21-year-old Chrissy Grimsley this month.

Beshear continues push to add more social workers

A standing-room only crowd of college students joined Beshear at a rally at the State Capitol in Frankfort.

Federal harassment lawsuit against American Heart Association starts next month

The accuser is claiming Barry Denton, a former LMPD sergeant and the husband of former state senator Julie Denton, is the boss accused of harassing an ex-employee.

Authorities ask for help in finding missing woman

Linda Johns, 35, was last seen on at 11:30 p.m. January 9 on 2 Mile Road in New Liberty.

Ex-boyfriend of missing Scott County, Ky. woman indicted for murder

Police said they haven’t found Sheena Baxter’s body, but said they have “overwhelming evidence” that there was a homicide.

Controversial Breckinridge County sheriff to retire

Todd Pate announced Tuesday he would retire.

Former tenant arrested in Dosker Manor arson case

Calvin Collins, 57, of Louisville, was arrested Monday on one count of arson.

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2 charged with stealing money through alleged caregiver scam

LMPD reports other people are being investigated as suspects.

Indiana teacher gun training plan failing amid opposition

The proposal specifies a 40-hour training program for teachers volunteering to be armed.

  Southern Indiana gymnastics coach charged with child molestation

The arrest affidavit for Christopher Wilkerson, 30, stated the victims’ mother alerted authorities after she saw something that made her “feel uneasy.”

Head Start program returning, opening new locations in Jefferson County

After a nearly two-year period without Head Start early learning programs, new facilities will be opening up in Jefferson County.

'I’m definitely paying it forward’: Church, nonprofit wipe out $46.5M in medical debt for thousands in Tri-State

The lucky recipients starting receiving letters in the mail over the weekend including one woman who thought hers was a hoax.

Cancer-free Archbishop Kurtz shoots hoops after mass

The video was posted to the Our Lady of Lourdes Church Twitter account.

Victim identified in fatal Cane Run Road crash

Louisville Metro police say the driver lost control and struck a concrete barrier.

Norton reveals new plans for old K-Mart near Taylorsville Road

The shuttered K-Mart near Taylorsville Road and Breckenridge Lane will now be used by Norton Healthcare.

Owner of Cellar Door Chocolates posts online business will reopen

The owner of Cellar Door Chocolates posted online Monday night that the business will reopen after closing due to debt.

Junior Achievement partners with Louisville Marriott Downtown teaching kids careers in hospitality

Kids now have a chance to get hands-on experience learning careers in the hospitality field.

  Goodwood Brewery still plans to open in Jeffersonville after fire

Just a few days after a fire ripped through the third floor of Goodwood Brewery in Jeffersonville, President Ted Mitzlaff talked about plans to open as soon as possible.

Slugger Field transformed into ‘hospital’ for kindergarteners to learn about wellness

The 38th Annual Children and Hospitals Week runs from Feb. 24 to Feb. 28.

Dog stuck in cave saved by rescuers in southern Indiana

Cave rescuers banded together to get a dog lost in a cave back to safety early Sunday morning in Salem, Indiana.

Man accused of stabbing girlfriend at McDonald’s arraigned

Ricky Bosco, 44, was arrested on Feb. 23.

Joseph Capstraw could get 50 years after being convicted of killing teen

A man accused of killing a teenager in a "blackout rage" in Hardin County was convicted of murder.

  Coronavirus sparks questions, but flu remains top concern in Kentucky

As the coronavirus outbreak spreads, stocks on Monday tumbled around the world, including NASDAQ and the Dow Jones Industrial Index.

  Investigation widens following harassment claims against ousted TARC boss

After what he described as a “high-level preliminary update,” Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said there were serious problems in TARC administration under former executive director Ferdinand Risco.

  Study: Eating a bigger breakfast, smaller dinner helps burn more calories

Scientists studied a group of healthy young men with normal body fat and found they burned twice as many calories when they ate a bigger breakfast and a smaller dinner.