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Local hospitals urge people to remain vigilant amid CDC quarantine guideline changes

On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control changed the guidelines, allowing symptom-free COVID-19 patients to end their quarantines after 10 days.

JCPS reveals long-planned student assignment plan details

Lauren Jones gets to hug family weeks after COVID-19 diagnosis

Fire crews battle flames at Campbellsville business

Charlestown police officer dies from COVID-19

Buckhead Mountain Grill closing for good

6,655 new COVID-19 related cases, 91 new deaths reported in Indiana

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Brent Spence Bridge repairs on schedule for planned reopening date

Shively mayor accused of DUI, falling asleep in fast-food drive-thru

ATM stolen from Lexington bank recovered

  FORECAST: Clouds return tonight; showers late Thursday into Friday

Owensboro Police: Man stabbed multiple times in head, suspect arrested

  Louisville doctors hope to combat mistrust in COVID vaccine among Black patients

  Oldham County dad, educator writes letter begging Beshear to re-open schools

Eric Davis said he's concerned for kids statewide, both in terms of learning and their mental health.

Floyd Co. Commissioners vote down re-certification of county health officer

The commissioners opted not to reappoint Dr. Tom Harris as the Floyd County Health Officer, with his four-year term expiring on Dec. 31 of this year.

  How Kentucky’s COVID restrictions are enforced -- without law enforcement

When it comes to enforcement, Shepherdsville Police Chief Rick McCubbin said to count his officers out.

Skeletal remains found in Orange County, ISP investigating

An investigation is underway by Indiana State Police after skeletal remains were found by a man in Orange County Sunday.

  Snow days may be less likely as students learn remotely during pandemic

  Local organizations hope GivingTuesday donations inject meaningful dollars into the community

  Mayor Fischer declares racism a public health crisis

  Hospitals prepare for layers of COVID-19 surges

Riverlink Joint Board approves customer service changes for toll system provider

  Petition to reopen Kentucky restaurants make rounds as some struggle to keep doors open

  Ways to get the most from your children under NTI

Some parents say Non-Traditional Instruction is not working. Here are some tips on how you can finish the semester strong.

  Louisville’s top health official provides latest on vaccine preparedness in the city

“While you’re in the community, assume every person you come in contact with has [COVID-19],” Moyer said.

Norton Children’s Hospital, local artists unveil parking garage mural

A new, four-and-a-half story mural along Norton Children’s Hospital’s parking garage made its debut Tuesday morning.

Beshear: ‘Today is the very worst day we have had for reporting on the spread of coronavirus,’ 4,151 new cases Tuesday

Tuesday’s update began with the governor stating the highest number of cases reported since the pandemic began.

Crews battle railroad car fire in south Louisville

Fire crews responded to extinguish a railroad car on fire in south Louisville Tuesday morning.

Jennings County former sheriff’s deputy arrested on multiple fraud charges, police say

Following a six-month investigation by the Indiana State Police, a Jennings County former sheriff’s deputy has been arrested on numerous fraud charges.

  Louisville restaurant, bar owners applying for $10,000 state relief money say it’s not enough

The Team Kentucky Food and Beverage Relief Fund was created to aid smaller restaurants and bars in the state struggling to make it through the coronavirus pandemic.

  Beshear: Kentucky to receive COVID vaccine as early as mid-December

Both Pfizer and Moderna are currently seeking emergency authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for their vaccines, with both reported to be highly effective.

  Churchill Downs: Outgoing track president describes ongoing dialogue with community following protests

Kevin Flanery, the retiring president of Churchill Downs, spoke with pride Monday about the relationship the historic racetrack has with the neighborhood outside its gates.

  Two killed in double shooting on Six Mile Lane identified by coroner

The two people who died after a shooting on Six Mile Lane have been identified by the coroner’s office.

  Kevin Flanery: Churchill Downs Racetrack President retires after series of big challenges

After 11 years in charge, Churchill Downs Racetrack President Kevin Flanery is retiring, leaving behind a track and a sport facing rapid changes.

  Parents grieve over son killed during carjacking

Eva Helms was about to leave home she there was a knock at her door. It was a Jefferson County deputy coroner with news she never thought she'd hear.

  Small business hopes week-long Cyber Monday deals will draw clients amid pandemic

Some, like the AHHA Center in Bardstown, are finding online promotions have become key to attracting customers as the pandemic continues.

AG Cameron files emergency application with US Supreme Court in latest move to open private, religious schools

Cameron’s office announced Monday that they have filed an emergency application with the United States Supreme Court.

  KSP releases body-camera video of LMPD officer-involved shooting

Eight days after a deadly shooting involving an LMPD officer, Kentucky State Police investigators released body-camera video from the incident.

  COVID-19 Vaccine: When will it be available for you?

The FDA will determine whether to authorize a COVID-19 vaccine for use.

Code Louisville program places more than 500 graduates into tech careers

Nearly 300 companies and organizations have hired at least one Code Louisville graduate.

  Man accused of shooting at Paddock Shops appears in court

The 24-year-old man accused of shooting near the Paddock Shops made his first appearance in court on Monday.

Gov. Beshear: ‘We do what it takes and we do not give up,’ 2,124 new cases of COVID in Ky. Monday

The new report is the second-highest number of cases reported on a Monday with 2,124 new cases.

  Religious schools return to in-person classes Monday, defying court of appeals ruling

An executive order by Gov. Andy Beshear requiring schools to move to online learning to prevent the spread of COVID-19 did not stop some schools from continuing in-person classes after the Thanksgiving break.

KSP to release bodycam footage of LMPD officer-involved shooting Monday

Kentucky State Police updated an investigation into a deadly Louisville Metro Police officer-involved shooting in the Portland neighborhood.

Local Better Business Bureau COO dies after more than 16 years with organization

Gadansky has been with the BBB for more than 16 years, and the organization said December 1 would have marked his 17-year anniversary.

1 wounded, suspect arrested in I-71 road rage shooting

The shooting happened on I-71 north of Campbellsburg. The suspect was later arrested in Northern Kentucky.

Zoneton Fire District selling bracelets in support of fire chief battling cancer

The Zoneton Fire Protection District continues to show their support for their fire chief, Rob Orkies, who is currently battling cancer in the ICU.

  Virginia Moore, Gov. Beshear’s sign language interpreter, to return Monday

Gov. Andy Beshear’s sign language interpreter Virginia Moore is expected back at Beshear’s side Monday.

UPS pilot group reports 100 COVID-19 cases in 1 month

Two hundred people in the UPS pilot group have tested positive for COVID-19, with the latest 100 cases occurring in a one-month period, according to the Independent Pilots Association.

Kentucky home catches on fire twice in 2 days

A house caught fire twice in two days in Mt. Vernon over the weekend.

  Road rage apparent cause of shooting near Paddock Shops

The suspect fled the scene, but later surrendered to LMPD officers.

Beshear: ‘Each of our contributions matter,’ 2,803 new COVID cases in Ky. Sunday

Kentucky governor Andy Beshear thanked those in the commonwealth who “rose to the challenge” in fighting the spread of COVID-19 over Thanksgiving weekend.

Riders spread Christmas joy in 38th Annual Toys for Tots Run in Louisville

Motorcycle riders once again took the time to spread a little holiday joy by participating in this year’s annual Toys for Tots Run in Louisville.

  Family of man found dead on River Road pleads for help, answers

A week has passed and the victim’s half-brother wants to know why he became another victim of a violent year.

Several people shot near downtown Lexington, one dead

Police say several people were shot early Sunday morning near downtown Lexington.

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 4,335 new cases, 24 new deaths

Sunday’s report confirmed 4,335 new cases of COVID-19 in Indiana.

  Salvation Army’s Angel Tree campaign seeking adoptions with one week left

This year, The Salvation Army’s goal is to help 10,000 local children.

Court of appeals sides with Gov. Beshear to keep private, religious schools closed for in-person instruction

The U.S. Court of Appeals struck down an exemption on an executive order by the governor allowing private and religious schools to reopen for in-person learning.

Pilot, passenger walk away unharmed in plane crash near French Lick Airport

An investigation is underway after a single-engine plane crashed near the French Lick Airport Saturday afternoon.

Man in critical condition after shooting

The victim was taken to University of Louisville hospital for treatment.

  Livestreaming bystander hit and arrested during police situation in Jeffersontown

A Jeffersontown Police Officer is caught on camera hitting and trying to put a bystander into custody.

  Small Business Saturday hopes to reinvigorate local economy amid pandemic

Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, but during the pandemic, it’s on the verge of breaking.

  Family hosts vigil, balloon release for 19-year-old killed in drive-by shooting last December

The family of Christian Gwynn, a teenager who died last December in a drive-by shooting on 43rd and Market, hosted a balloon release to honor him on his birthday.

Gov. Beshear: ’We have come so far and we are almost there,’ 2,437 new cases in Ky. Saturday

Kentucky governor Andy Beshear began his update on COVID-19 Saturday asking Kentuckians to stay vigilant as vaccines continue to come closer within sight.

Fire devastates barn at Camp Hi-Ho in Simpsonville, crew to ‘rebuild and repair’

It was reported shortly after 9 p.m.

Crews battle major fire at Acapulco Mexican Restaurant in Florence, KY

Fire crews were at the scene of a large fire at the Acapulco Mexican Restaurant.

Ky. AG Cameron files brief in response to appeal keeping religious, private schools closed

Cameron's brief comes in response to an appeal by Governor Beshear to keep private, religious schools closed for in-person learning.

Indiana State Department of Health Saturday update: 4,535 new cases, 66 new deaths

The new report confirmed 4,535 new cases of COVID-19 in Indiana, according to the ISDH.

Police find man shot dead inside vehicle in Klondike neighborhood

Officers were sent to the intersection of Klondike Lane and Mid Dale Lane around 5:00 a.m. Saturday on reports of a suspicious vehicle.

‘It makes that more interesting for young girls that are watching:’ Queen’s Gambit series inspires Kentuckians to buy chess

The Queen's Gambit was released last month, and it's having an impact on Kentuckians.

  Facebook page ‘Adopt A Server’ created to help service industry workers

The rules are simple: service industry workers post “I am looking to be adopted” along with an Amazon wish list, and anyone who can help can comment “adopted.”

  Make Ends Meet: How to have a happy holiday shopping experience

Shoppers who need to save time and money this Christmas while holiday shopping there are ways to win big if they’re in pursuit of the perfect gift with an even better price.

  Black Friday brings the new ‘Black Market’ to Louisville’s West End food desert

On the day after Thanksgiving, an oasis appeared in one of the city’s biggest food deserts, bringing fresh food closer to home for West End residents.

Kings Island transforms Eiffel Tower into region’s tallest Christmas tree

The park transformed the 314-ft. tower with lights Friday night.

  Should you get tested after attending a Thanksgiving gathering?

Many spend Black Friday starting their holiday shopping, but in Louisville, the lines were packed at UofL Health's COVID testing location on Brook Street.

  Beshear files appeal to keep private, religious schools closed for in-person classes

U.S. District Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove made the ruling on a lawsuit initially filed by Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Danville Christian Academy on Nov. 20.

Kentucky reports highest number of new COVID cases on Thanksgiving

Beshear reported 3,870 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday and 1,747 on Friday.

  Louisville small businesses manage Black Friday crowds amid COVID

Local stores need your support after an already difficult holiday season.

  Report: Man who killed co-worker at Big O Tires pleads guilty

A man originally charged with murder following the shooting death of his co-worker last year has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge, according to a report.

  Don’t click on that offer that seems too good to be true

If an offer seems to good to be true, it probably is. Be wary of texts and emails that promise you big rewards.

  Shoppers take advantage of unusual Black Friday

The crowds may be smaller this year, but some shoppers are still all in for Black Friday deals.