Raymon Murrell, 33, is charged with murder, burglary and tampering with physical evidence.
Officials say the officer-involved crash occurred on I-64 westbound in Portland just after 10 p.m.
Besides sharing a birthday and a wedding, George and Bill Swanson are also on a Wall of Honor inside the Oxmoor lodge for their service in World War II.
The ongoing high-profile murder trial of Dejuan Hammond, accused of killing a witness in his brother's murder case, has ended in a mistrial.
Dan Marsden meets with young people at the New Albany YMCA to talk about youth violence and the dangers of social media.
House and Senate leaders trying to avoid expensive special session
8-month-old Karson Friedmeyer suffers from Trisomy 18 and will have open heart surgery next month.
Feeling hungry and angry? It's called "hangry." Experts say having low blood sugar may be behind starting arguments with your spouse.
The Butchertown Neighborhood Association is asking a judge to overturn a Louisville zoning board's decision last month to allow a small expansion of the JBS/Swift hog slaughtering plant.
In the first day of testimony, two men claiming they were sexually abused by Reverend James Schook in the 1970s took the stand.
A new visitors center has opened even as the Kentucky governor signed legislation favoring the bourbon industry.
"As early as August of this year, the fund that pays us for building roads and repairing this country's highways will essentially run dry," Anthony Foxx warned residents.
Governor says ethics commission members should be present and reconsider action on Democratic state lawmaker accused of sexually harassing staffers.
Honored schools must be in the top 25th percentile in three I-Step categories in order to be named a 4-star school.
Pulaski Township Sgt. Chad Adams spent much of December and January in Amish attire.
Action comes as outrage over handling of John Arnold case grows
The "Big Board" is the largest 4K high-definition video board in the world.
Louisville and Miami open ACC football on Sept. 1, and results from the spring games of both teams last weekend show that the Cards have fewer questions at quarterback than the Hurricanes.
The new shops join other locally owned businesses on Retail Row.
David Stearman faces robbery charges.
But U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell leads in overall fundraising.
The suspects are accused of stealing several items, including tools and trailers.
The details of a Louisville priest's alleged sexual relationship with two teenage boys in the 1970s were heard by a jury Tuesday morning.
The Republican Senate and the Democratic House have until midnight tonight to agree on how to spend the multi-billion dollar state fund.
The suspension will be effective Monday and Amanda Reed has been appointed interim superintendent.
Police say Dennis Humphrey hit a Bullitt County ambulance with a car near S. Preston St. and E. Breckinridge St.
It's not the first corporate Twitter blunder, but it might be one of the most obscene.
According to court documents, Det. Carl Payne propositioned women for sex, promising to help them with their court cases.
Shoni Schimmel was taken No. 8 overall in the WNBA Draft by the Atlanta Dream, with teammates Antonita Slaughter being selected by the Los Angeles Sparks and Asia Taylor by the Minnesota Lynx.
If Jeb Bush decides to run and presents the best chance of beating Democrat Hillary Clinton, the Republican Party should unreservedly rally around him.
Cruse's attorney says he can justify each of the charges totalling more than $10,000, and will do so during the court case.
Members of Keneseth Israel in Louisville say they feel safe in their congregation.
The jury heard graphic statements in the sexual abuse case of former Louisville priest James Schook.
Montrezl Harrell is returning to Louisville for his junior season, which will make the Cards a Top 10 team (with Kentucky) for the 2014-2015 college basketball season.
Kentucky sophomore 7-footer Willie Cauley-Stein says he'll take a pass on the NBA Draft and will return to the Wildcats for his junior season.
Local ownership announced strides this morning towards locking in the necessary investments to bring a pro soccer team to town.
There are no deals on tickets if you want to see Paul McCartney at the Yum! Center.
David Camm travels to Portland, Oregon for Innocence Network Conference meets with Barry Scheck and Amanda Knox
A Louisville woman says her family was inside a Tennessee cabin when it went up in flames over the weekend.
Oldham County authorities issued a golden alert for a missing 20 year old man.
The business on South Fourth Street now has a closing sign on the door. It says, "The time has come to say goodbye to Louisville. We thank you all for your patronage."
Louisville big man Montrezl Harrell announced this afternoon via Twitter that he plans to return for his junior season, ratcheting up expectations for the Cardinals' first season in the ACC.
Local access will be allowed while work is completed.
The bill places e-cigarettes under the same rules and regulations as tobacco products.
The memorial is expected to cost $1.3 million to construct.
Hammond's attorney, Ted Shouse, motioned for a mistrial Monday morning, claiming prosecutorial misconduct.
Dispatchers say at least four ambulances are on scene.
Police say the juveniles had no business being there.
Megan Huntsman, 39, who lived in the Pleasant Grove home until three years ago, had the infants between 1996 and 2006, investigators said.
The program is in agreement with JCPS' strategic plan.
Free clinics have been giving shots throughout the weekend, and health officials say they have already vaccinated more than 1,000 people.
Frazier Glenn Cross, 73, of Aurora, Mo., was booked into Johnson County jail on a preliminary charge of first-degree murder after the attacks in Overland Park on Sunday.
Reverend James Schook faces sodomy charges.
Daniel Ray Thompson, 34, allegedly took a Fleet One fuel card from Gould's Discount Medical after he was fired.
Police say Johnnie Hooten committed assault after engaging in a dispute over parking.
23-year-old Manuel Avila-Lopez allegedly smacked a police horse on the hindquarters trying to make him run off.
Police say Timothy Boden knew the man standing in the parking lot was a police officer.
Walkers will travel from Shawnee Park to the Big A Shopping Center.
Bus #0118 was headed to Byck Elementary and #0147 was headed to Foster Elementary.
The annual Derby Eve gala is in its 26th year to raise money for diabetes research.
Phillip Schulz, 63, died from injuries sustained in an assault. The assault occurred when Schulz walked into a burglary at his workplace.
While the hunt takes place in just one morning, the preparation for the event takes all year.
Bubba Watson was unchallenged after taking a two-stroke lead heading into the back nine on Sunday, becoming just the fourth golfer to win his second Masters title within six years of winning his first.
More than 650,000 people attended Thunder over Louisville, leaving behind a massive mess.
Walkers, joggers, bikers and some four-legged friends strolled down Frankfort Avenue Saturday, without having to share the road with cars.
For the second year in a row, they held a trash-formation contest, where kids created art using recycled material.
Senate Bill 109 cleared the Kentucky Senate by a 36-2 vote in early March.