A monstrous tornado at least a half-mile wide roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods with winds up to 200 mph, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school.
Two teams hit the road Tuesday morning, headed to the town of Moore, Oklahoma.
Autopsy results show Joe Johnson of Louisville died from a single gunshot wound.
It happened outside the Federal Building in downtown Louisville.
Road repairs could continue into Wednesday.
In Eric Crawford's "Morning Line," Bobby Petrino says he's not patient and wants to get WKU "cranked up pretty good" in a hurry, plus John Calipari's storm donation and more.
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to be cautious of scam artists.
Frankfort Police are looking for a suspect who they say robbed a food mart.
The ramp from Hurstbourne Lane to I-64 eastbound is expected to remain shut down for several hours while crews clear the scene.
Police say the billboard was 40-feet-tall.
Police say he threw the girl in his trunk, then called her family, demanding a ransom for her safe return.
The post-season travel plans for the Louisville men's and women's basketball teams is being debated at the AAC league meetings, but as a one-year member the Cards are not represented.
In the documentary Bert Combs, Governor from the Mountains, the late Thomas D. Clark, Kentucky's most eminent historian, said that Combs dragged Kentucky into the Twentieth Century against its will.
Shelbyville is set to enact an ordinance that will hold adults responsible when minors drink on their property.
Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is certainly going to be a Heisman Trophy candidate to start next season, but he has told coaches he doesn't want a Heisman publicity campaign.
"Council court" will review ethics charges; ethics commission recommended Shanklin's removal.
The shooting happened across the street from North Harrison High, Middle, and Elementary Schools.
Those tickets matched the five white ball winning numbers but not the Powerball.
MSD says it has to raise rates each year to help pay for $850 million in sewer improvements.
He talked about the importance of tolerance and religious freedom, and putting an end to violence.
$716 million budget is a slight increase over last year, and there are no cuts in services and no layoffs.
The costs are estimated at $1.5 million.
The package containing the book also included $100.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino has not settled on his presenter when he is inducted in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, but Dick Vitale has to be at the top of the list of candidates.
A deadly day on Louisville roads - as emergency crews respond to two fatal accidents.
It would help uninsured Kentuckians have insurance coverage under the federal Affordable Care Act.
A Louisville woman has been arrested after police say she struck a utility pole while driving under the influence.
WDRB's Sterling Riggs details his humbling experience helping medically-fragile children during their life-changing therapy.
Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin is accused of using her position to benefit her family.
Eric Crawford takes a look at some morning headlines, and a look back at sports television from the weekend.
Louisville Metro Police say they've arrested a woman after she allegedly beat and choked her 12-year-old nephew.
Police say she even tried to cash the stolen tickets.
The Dalai Lama came to Louisville with a message of compassion and tolerance.
Stuart Perry lives a double life. Youth Minister Sunday morning, professional wrestler Saturday night
26-year-old Quintez Thompson was shot to death outside Dino's food mart on Broadway.
The Lundberg Survey of fuel prices released Sunday says the price of a gallon of regular is $3.66. Midgrade costs an average of $3.84 a gallon, and premium is $3.98.
It took firefighters more than four hours to get the blaze under control at the Goose Creek Candle Co. factory.
Kentucky officials are disappointed with the outcome of the repainting done in 2007 and 2008.
President Barack Obama pledged urgent government help for Oklahoma Tuesday in the wake of "one of the most destructive" storms in the nation's history.
Police say a pregnant Evansville woman was arrested after driving drunk.
The body of 37-year-old Jamie Fleenor was recovered about 5:30 a.m. Sunday after The Lawrence County Sheriff's Department received a report that a female had fallen into a quarry.