Kentucky's sensitive Attorney General Jack Conway cried upon having to make a hard political decision before running for governor. Great Edmund Muskie's ghost!
Taty'Ana's Hughes was supposed to be released Wednesday, but doctors decided she needed to be hospitalized awhile longer. A parade is scheduled in her honor Saturday morning.
Police say 19-year-old Andre D. Handley was in his basic nutrition class, when he reached into his purple backpack to pull out a hoodie, and a black handgun fell out.
Police say the suspect was selling at least some of them to the Go Green Gadget kiosk in Jefferson Mall.
Police have arrested a Seneca High School student after he allegedly made a statement about a bomb to another student Thursday that led to a brief lockdown.
Homicide detectives are investigating after a man was found dead in the Portland neighborhood late Thursday.
The commission met to review complaints that council president Jim King has a conflict of interest because of his job as a banker.
The development planned for former Louisville Water Co. block would be financed by city and state money, along with private investment.
Corrections officers in one Indiana county are upset that leaders are taking back a substantial pay raise.
The Kentucky State Police is accepting applications for its 92nd cadet class scheduled to begin Aug. 3.
Country Attorney spokesperson Bill Patteson tells WDRB a judge revoked Yancey's probation for a similar assault on JCPS personnel last year.
A bill that would ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors cleared the Kentucky Senate by a 36-2 vote Thursday.
House Speaker Greg Stumbo said he didn't kill the bill but that it had been steadily losing support since being filed.
The family of a 24-year-old Louisville woman found murdered in the Portland in January is asking for the public's help.
One of the bills creates 10 weather waiver days this year that students wouldn't have to make up.
An angry Adam Edelen opened up with both barrels, as he blasted the lack of Senate action on HB 5.
The outer lanes and sidewalks will be closed beginning March 10, and the entire bridge will be closed for about six weeks starting in late May.
Family of LaKenya Porter files lawsuit weeks after prosecutors criticize handling of her care in jail.
WDRB has confirmed that a Louisville man accused of pointing a gun at an LMPD officer earlier this week is a cast member on Guntucky, a reality TV show that airs on Country Music TV.
Police have arrested a second suspect in connection with a home invastion in the Bon Air neighborhood earlier this year.
Mayor Greg Fischer calls it his top priority in Frankfort, and on Thursday he gets an opportunity to make his case.
State Senator Perry Clark of Louisville says the ban has become a running joke.
As it turns out, it was a gift for retiring Oklahoma senator Tom Coburn -- a lifetime achievement award from the National Rifle Association.
They were placed in Frankfort to represent the number of Kentuckians killed each year by secondhand smoke.
An experiment was conducted with a small group of girls between the ages of 4 and 7 who played with either a Barbie doll or a Mrs. Potato head.
Owners of the cargo ship have not commented on the lawsuit.
More Kentuckians are getting back to work in 2014, cabinet says.
Players from the men's and women's teams are showing off the new basketball gear.
A one-time deputy at a northeastern Kentucky jail has been charged with stealing the identities of inmates at the facility.
Authorities say 32-year-old Jason M. Campbell drove to the Pull-A-Part auto salvage yard and left his son alone in the vehicle in the parking lot.
The all-clear was issued around 2:30 p.m.
Gov. Mike Pence stopped by the Jeffersonville Fire House Thursday to thank first responders for a job well done during "the toughest winter" of a lifetime.
Information collected by Locality.com analyzes the average number of hours that local businesses work each week.
Jessie Speed is in the Hardin County Jail, charged with 40 counts of distribution and possession of child pornography.
Kentucky's Senate President wants to cut back the number of days lawmakers meet each year.
"Thank you so much for the great story," Ben Gierhart wrote in an e-mail. "I think it made all the difference and was no small part in the phone's being recovered. Thanks!"
The young New Albany girl who survived a house fire has already packed her bag, according to her grandmother.
Police say they executed a search warrant at the home and found a "large quantity" of methamphetamine.
According to an arrest report, officers were sent to Spinelli's Pizzeria in the 8600 block of Dixie Highway around 4:30 Thursday morning.
Russ Smith had a stomach bug. Chris Jones had an aching heart. SMU didn't have an answer for either guy as Louisville rolled the Mustangs, 84-71, in front of former President George W. Bush.
Police say an iPhone had been stolen from the girl's backpack at Shelby Elementary School...
On February 21, Ben Gierhart says he was riding a TARC bus when a man stole his cell phone.
Police have arrested the owner of a Valley Station motel after he allegedly pointed a gun at a police officer.
Judge Maria Granger sentenced Lisa Shuler to the term recommended as part of her guilty plea on January 29.
Committee members heard testimony from Police Sergeant Kile Nave, who says he was fired from Audubon Park Police Department for being gay.