As the winter storm approaches, people are stocking up on supplies and preparing for the worst.
The all-clear came within 40 minutes of the initial report.
South African President Jacob Zuma made the announcement at a news conference late Thursday, saying "we've lost our greatest son."
Students at the school are trying to get Beyonce to visit before the pop star's concert at the KFC Yum Center on Thursday, Dec. 12.
Running list of cancellations for church services, child care services and community events due to wintry weather. This is separate from Snow Fox school and large business closings also prominent on the home page here.
State athletic officials expect to make the final call Friday morning about whether some games will be played, or postponed.
Elizabethtown Police say Leeanna Brown wanted as much as $5,000 for the little girl.
Despite the praise from other city leaders, Louisville residents say Metro Government needs to do more to prevent illegal dumping.
Salt trucks and snow plows are at the ready.
Court documents reveal that a woman left her 2-year-old in the care of a man who had previously been arrested for shoving a bar of soap in a 4-year-old's mouth...
Sen. Jimmy Higdon says legislation would help keep pipeline from taking land if owners don't want to grant easements. In separate act, group sues pipeline company.
House committee investigating charges against former State Representative John Arnold meets for the first time in more than a month.
e-Bay in Louisville needs 200 workers now
The cause of death was determined to be multiple blunt force injuries sustained in a motor vehicle crash with a dump truck.
He says Kentucky is the gold standard for what the health care law can do for this country.
Bonds still are considered investment-worthy, according to Wall Street ratings announced a week before sale.
He wants to expand the state's school voucher program and increase access to charter schools.
Thanks to help from complete strangers the service dog has become a reality.
Five reasons why Louisville will defeat Cincinnati Thursday night and keep the Keg of Nails trophy -- and five reasons why the Bearcats are capable of upsetting the Cardinals.
Terry Holliday says funding cuts could cause Kentucky school districts to cut up to 2,000 teachers.
It features the national championships for acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline/tumbling.
The alleged incident took place on Nov. 21 at Trina's Treehouse Daycare on Cane Run Road, near Crums Lane.
The far left northbound lane is open on I-65. All other lanes will remain closed after an early morning accident.
Fire crews arrived at the scene on Baxter Avenue near Payne Street at 4:30 this morning to heavy flames coming from the home.
Rick Pitino has been a harsh grader in the early weeks of the season for his University of Louisville basketball team, and it's 90-62 win over Missouri-Kansas City didn't improve the marks he's handing out.
Metro Police say a blue Pontiac swerved into oncoming traffic and hit a dump truck.
Organizers say one full size deer can feed up to two families.
Grasshoppers Distribution, a service that delivers fresh food for local farmers to some 1,200 customers in the Louisville area, is shutting down due to a "lack of financial sustainability."
Since 2005, Street Academy has helped hundreds of at-risk youth by building confidence and skills.
Dr. George Kudmani's name has been stripped off his former OBGYN practice in Pleasure Ridge Park.
Proceeds from the charity event will benefit the West End School.
After a string of fast food robberies dating back to October, Louisville Metro Police say they now know how and why the two did it.
Antonita Slaughter undergoing tests to determine what happened
VOA says it still needs gifts for some of the teenagers at the shelter.
It all began with the death of Mary Byron, who was shot and killed on her birthday.
One of the topics discussed was an incident involving U of L women's basketball player Antonita Slaughter, who collapsed during a game against Missouri State.
Jescell Whittle is one of four Louisville men facing federal charges for a series of armed robberies that occurred in Oct. 2012.
Louisville Metro Councilwoman Attica Scott wants to use some of her discretionary money for extra bus service to the Riverport industrial park in southwest Jefferson County.
The new officers will start work with field training officers on their beats within a few days.
Pipeline developers defend their safety records as critics raise concerns about past incidents, safety of natural gas liquids.
Two men were arrested Tuesday after police say they fled the scene of a car crash at the intersection of Brook and Gray.
Louisville Metro Police say they've arrested a man who had a thing for Von Maur shoes -- or at least their dollar value.
As authorities continue to investigate the crash that killed a 19-year old Butler High School graduate, Kendall Daub's family and friends begin to mourn the loss of a young woman they say had so much talent and promise.
The cause is still unknown, but Slaughter is conscious at Jewish Hospital and answering questions from doctors.
Paoli Peaks hopes to have skiers hit the slopes next Saturday.
Kerry Porter now wants to find out who is responsible for his wrongful conviction.
A Swiss journalist is coming to Louisville to learn more about WDRB's decision to not hype news or label it as "breaking."
Police say people were shot but none have life-threatening injuries.
Police believe a new drug on the market could crack down on meth labs.
There are several questions people are or should be asking about Kentucky politics.
Kendra Wilson agrees to 7-1/2-year prison sentence in case involving James Mallory.
It's a non-native insect that is attacking Ash trees.