Eric Crawford writes about the Governor's Cup Luncheon, and whether UK coach Mark Stoops' decision not to attend means anything to the future of the rivalry.
The love notes were found in the former mayor's desk drawer at city hall.
For this special assignment, WDRB's Emily Mieure explored both sides of the topic, talking with a new anti-graffiti group and with one of the area's most infamous graffiti writers.
The former high-ranking executive fought back tears on the witness stand Wednesday, saying his life has been a jobless “hell” since he was fired in 2011 at age 61. He is suing the newspaper for age discrimination.
The preparations underway at Cellar Door Chocolates.
Anderson allegedly told officers she contemplated killing the boy with a knife or a rope, and ultimately decided to kill the boy with the rope.
She believes one of the men is Joshua Lee, who was just released from jail after police say he broke into several cars in east Louisville.
Nicole Hayden entered the national competition after losing 30 pounds and becoming a Zumba instructor.
It was not immediately clear how many people are affected, but an official says some 50,000 applicants were hit in one country alone.
The murders happened in April, and since then, we've heard from police, neighbors and a few relatives. Wednesday, the victims’ family reached out to the public for help.
The mayor of La Grange says more than 20 geese were killed at a local park Tuesday morning.
According to a press release, Metro Public Works planners will be holding meetings at U of L for citizens and students to hear about the plans and make comments.
Look Before You Lock. That's the name of a new proposal designed to help save children locked in hot cars.
Only 10 percent of babies with Trisomy 18 live to be a year old. Karson Friedmeyer is beating those odds.
The plane flown by 17-year-old Haris Suleman went down shortly after leaving Pago Pago in American Samoa Tuesday night.
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It's only Year Two, but Mark Stoops has already moved Kentucky onto one list of Most Improved college football teams for 2014. Kevin Wilson's Indiana team has landed on two of those lists.
UPS Worldport in Louisville is looking to hire more people with disabilities.
Amanda Snellen, of Bardstown, was arrested Tuesday afternoon after police say she shoplifted items from the Kohl's store at Standiford Plaza.
The Georgetown Police Department in Georgetown, Indiana, is asking the public for its help to find a man they are looking for in connection with the alleged burglary of a store.
Several people were sent to the hospital Wednesday after a crash involving JCPS bus #9839.
In Feb. 2013, Louisville firefighters granted Kevin Olguin a surprise wish, letting him serve with their department for a day. Kevin dreamed of being a firefighter.
He uses two canes to get around, but ditches both to dance.
As a result, all high school activities in Fayette County's public school system were canceled for the day.
Goodwill Industries, Inc. was contacted late Friday by authorities and were told that customers' card numbers had been stolen.
Aadyn Crick sustained a six to seven inch long cut that ran more than an inch deep.
Sen. Mitch McConnell's new campaign ad refers to a bill he introduced in 2012 that then became law.
Officials say scammers will try to take advantage of those looking for a good last-minute deal.
The Louisville Fire Department Metro Arson Squad has arrested a man for allegedly setting multiple fires, one of which resulted in the serious injury of a firefighter.
The run down old Value City property on Eastern Boulevard has been transformed to house Clarksville Community Schools newest program.
The details police are releasing about the robbers, and the one person injured during the holdup.
Former University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong is profiled in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated. Strong talks about the challenges he has faced in his career -- and his new job at Texas.
He has been in custody since last week when Jeffersonville police say he pulled a gun on a woman during a road rage incident on Interstate 65. But he says it didn't happen.
The extra effort fire crews had to make to deal with the extreme heat.