Relatives say man involved in standoff is husband of Thursday homicide victim.
Oxbow has won the Preakness, ruining Orb's bid to capture the Triple Crown.
Hundreds of people, including gunshot survivors, banded together with a call for peace.
A run-walk benefited some furry friends that are in need of a home.
One little girl facing a huge fight is kicking it to the curb.
More than 10,000 people were expected to soak in music, food and entertainment, all in support of local businesses.
A war of words is brewing between the Jefferson County Teacher's Association and JCPS.
The Drug Toss Disposal Event was a free and open event for citizens.
Local celebrities tell jokes for a benefit that supports cancer patients.
J. Blaine Hudson was a former U of L dean who died in January at age 63.
American Idol Season 10 winner, Scotty McCreery, talks Idol and career goals with WDRB.
There is one medieval society which Louisvillians and folks all over the world are taking part in.
Indiana coach Tom Crean said it was unlikely that IU and Louisville would play a basketball game next season. Plenty of numbers to digest from U of L, UK and IU guys at the NBA Draft combine.
New Albany Police Chief Sherri Knight said on Friday that a mother drowned her two children and she drowned as well.
A new federal report says inmates at jails in Indianapolis, Baltimore, St. Louis and Philadelphia face the nation's highest levels of sexual abuse at the hands of guards.
An Indiana man faces up to 20 years in prison in an embezzlement case from Battle Creek.
Point guard George Hill will be a game-time decision as the Pacers try to close out the Knicks.
A Lafayette program designed to help the homeless, victims of domestic violence and nonviolent offenders is carrying on its mission despite the loss of federal funding.
21 people have been charged with welfare fraud in northeast Indiana.
Officials at Fort Knox are launching an Adopt a Platoon program.
Two more Kentucky cities have been certified by the state as cultural districts, bringing the total number to six.
An eastern Kentucky coroner says the identities of two people found in a burned out car in 2012 have been confirmed.
This weekend marks the anniversary of a triple fatal shooting in metro Louisville.
Trainer Shug McGaughey believes that Orb, his Kentucky Derby winner, is primed to run another big race in the Preakness Saturday. The Derby winner has won eight of the last 16 times here.
DEA agents track shipments through Indiana and Kentucky.
It happened in the 3300 block of Fernheather Drive near Cane Run Road and Ralph Avenue.
The cash option amount is an estimated $376.9 million.
The price for the test jumps from $60 to $120 at the first of the year.
James Nichter is charged with forgery, official misconduct, and theft.
The LMPD says Stewart Cleaver was found unharmed in West Virginia on Thursday.
It happened Wednesday night.
Special Warfare Operator Third Class Jonathan Kaloust died.
The flames shot through the roofs of neighboring structures.
Emergency workers simulated an accident involving a school bus and a hazardous materials leak.
The evening includes a cocktail reception, live comedy show, silent auction, heavenly hors d'oeuvres and an open bar.
A woman who was hospitalized after an assault said one of her attackers allowed his pit bull to maul her.
According to an arrest warrant, 20-year-old Jordan Hunt picked up the child by the torso and squeezed the child "out of frustration."
The Gaza Strip has been under an Israeli blockade since 2007.
A Louisville man is in serious trouble after police say he raped and sodomized a woman who was just trying to lend a helping hand.
Rush Limbaugh frequently makes bombastic radio references to his Institute for Advanced Conservative Studies. One wishing to learn about conservatism can occasionally glean a morsel of wisdom from Limbaugh's talk, but there are better teachers.
The left lane of eastbound Interstate 64 is closed at Grinstead Drive (mile point 8.0) due to expansion joint damage.
The westbound lanes of the Gene Snyder Freeway reopened early Friday after a truck carrying tar used to make asphalt overturned and spilled its load on the road.
Louisville's Chief of Police and community members will come together on Friday in that same area where shots rang out.
Louisville homicide detectives are currently working more than 450 cold case murders.
The new Cinemark movie theater at Mall St Matthews makes its public premiere and it's already having an impact on local businesses.
Army officer charged in off-post incident involving ex-wife. President addresses broader issue at White House Thursday.
WDRB's Valerie Chinn went behind bars to find out what exactly goes on there...
It happened at the intersection of Hikes Lane and Bardstown Road.
Arki came to the Louisville Zoo in February 2011.
In Kentucky, seat belt usage is below the national rate of 86 percent.
Many people living in the Cherokee Triangle area opposed the condos.
The layoffs are among the largest announced by JCPS in at least 10 years.
Pettway has already been convicted of killing a woman in broad daylight in a public park.
Hall of Famer Paul Hornung has always dreamed of winning the Kentucky Derby, but if his colt, Titletown Five, could win the Preakness Saturday at Pimlico that would be nearly as enjoyable.
Heuser Hardware was founded by James Heuser in 1923.
Police say he expected to meet with a juvenile girl. Instead, he met with law enforcement.
It was all captured on surveillance video, according to police.
Louisville Metro Police have arrested a man for allegedly damaging an electric utility meter in a failed attempt to illegally reactivate power to his girlfriend's apartment.
Students researched, designed and built boats with just two key materials: cardboard and duct tape.
It is expected to be a busy weekend at the Mall St. Matthews because a new movie theater opens today.
Officials in a northeastern Kentucky city are considering a ban on pit bulls.