It's a story that gets increasingly bizarre as days go by. What has happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?
Police have confirmed that the driver of a passenger vehicle died after slamming into the back of a school bus this morning.
On Friday morning, volunteers loaded up medical supplies and equipment that will go to a new hospital in Togo, Africa.
He claims he was forced to drink in excess at a freshman initiation soccer team party in 2013 and suffered a concussion as a result.
Louisville plays Houston in the AAC Tournament semifinals -- and once upon a time the Cards and Cougars played some unforgettable basketball games.
His attorney is asking if he can report a week later, so he can watch his son play in Kentucky's state basketball tournament.
For the University of Kentucky, success in the NCAA Tournament is going to come down to defense and passing.
The lively debate signals that Republicans are healthier and hungrier than the Democrats, who are slouching towards Hillary Clinton.
The victim's identity was not immediately released.
A potential prisoner escape is prevented by a truck driver, after he says he spotted a juvenile choking the jailer.
The bill would keep the city's vendors from asking job seekers on their applications if they have been convicted of a crime.
Shane Hayes, age 22, was prohibited from having any contact with guns, according to an arrest report.
Police say that between Jan. 29 and March 13, he stole at least $3,000 from the cash register by voiding receipts and pocketing the money.
A recent survey has recognized IU Southeast as being one of the best colleges in the nation for students with children.
Shop owners in Louisville's SOFO business district say momentum is growing after a slow winter.
Louisville basketball player Chris Jones was not eager to return to his hometown after his step-brother was murdered, but Jones's family made certain that his homecoming was special.
The organization helps everyday cancer patients with everyday expenses.
Your route to and from work could see some major changes this summer, according to transportation officials.
Every once in a while, we get our hands on a piece of video that the entire newsroom thinks is just plain cool. This is one of those videos.
A program that provides food for women, infants and children has room for thousands of more clients.
The company says it was John Anson's home, who had owned Anson Stamping Company in southwest Jefferson County before it closed.
One month after the state of Indiana suspended its operations, the Clark County Drug Court is back in business.
Rescue workers using dogs and thermal-detection gear searched the rubble Thursday for more victims of a gas explosion that killed at least seven people.
Transportation officials assure that businesses, and their customers, won't be shut out for long.
Supporters say it would help create jobs. Opponents call it an attempt to bust labor unions.
It isn't enough for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which says Graco needs to add nearly 2 million to the list.
U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana Joseph Hogsett spoke today about how seriously he takes public corruption cases.
Supporters of expanded gambling are making another attempt to revive the issue.
A local Kroger store just got a little bit bigger.
The Louisville based company has big plans to expand.
The Ashland firm of VanAntwerp, Monge, Jones, Edwards & McCann will represent the state's appeal of Judge Heyburn's ruling.
The measure applies to about 26,000 Indiana veterans who served in the Armed Forces or National Guard after Sept. 11, 2001.
Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage faces a new challenge.
The charges against him include kidnapping, transportation for illegal sexual activity, and possession of child pornography, and could bring a life sentence if he is convicted.
The Army wanted the school to be at the same place as its recruiting command and human resources command, which have been at the post for the past several years.
Southwest Airlines is cutting its three daily flights from Louisville to Atlanta effective June 8 because of low demand.
The state Board of Education approved the extension because of winter weather canceling several school days across the state.
The University of Louisville School of Medicine has been placed on probation by its accrediting body, according to a press release issued Thursday
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Louisville teen Zach Belden posts pictures of Grandma Betty on the account, demonstrating how joy and love can ease the pain of battling cancer.
Police say they also found her 16-month-old daughter in the rear passenger seat.
The man Jefferson County Sheriff's deputies attempted to serve a warrant for Tuesday owes nearly $20,000 in child support.
Crews will begin sliding a 100-foot concrete bridge section over the Milton, Ky. river bank on Thursday, according to a news release.
Police say 23-year-old Chase M. Pyle used a 2x4 wooden plank to attack a man who was sleeping in the park.
Police responded to the house near South Third Street and Ormsby for a domestic situation.
There has been a shocking twist in the case of a deadly deputy-involved shooting.
If approved, Commissioner of Education Terry Holliday would entertain requests from school districts to waive a maximum of 10 days that districts would no longer have to make up.