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SHRIBMAN | The Price Of Being On Top

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The 2016 presidential preseason still has a few months left -- for every candidate but Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Strong storms roll through the area knocking out power, delaying sports games Video included

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Rain rates reached over 4" per hour in some area as The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory until 10:30 p.m. Friday night.

Apartment building tenants share sewage due to plumbing issues Video included

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The owner did send a text response and the department of codes and regulations even sent a letter, but the floors are still a mess and covered in sewage.

CRAWFORD | U of L's Parker suffers foot injury in practice Video included

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Star University of Louisville receiver DeVante Parker is headed to a well-known North Carolina orthopedic surgeon after suffering an injury to his left foot in practice Friday.

Scottsburg High School plays first football game in 31 years Video included

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The school fielded a team for the first time since 1983 and WDRB's Beth Peak was there to capture the excitement. 

Ironman athletes compete for Frazier Housing Fund Video included

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Jason Dierking developed the fund and saw the need first hand. His friend Tom was rehabbing at the institute after he was left paralyzed from a serious bike injury.

LMPD postpones rollout of officer-worn cameras Video included

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Storage concerns, not Waterfront Park security, have delayed providing patrol officers with cameras, police say.

Accident that injured Campbellsville firefighters demonstrates power line danger Video included

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Campbellsville student says small town shaken after firefighters seriously injured in accident with power lines.

Fired nurse admits to stealing pain pills from Metro Corrections Video included

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A nurse contracted by Louisville Metro Corrections has been fired after she allegedly stole pain medication.

Metro Public Works gets the nod to continue painting bike lanes Video included

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Public Works spokesman Harold Adams says they've seen a good response to the bike lanes, and expect to see an even bigger increase in the number of people using them.

State Supreme Court to hear case involving iconic Louisville eatery

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A former Wagner's Pharmacy employee says she was improperly fired because of her disability - obesity.

Former payroll manager of Shelby Co. Public Schools jailed for allegedly taking funds Video included

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The former payroll manager for Shelby County Public Schools was arrested Friday afternoon -- two days after a grand jury indicted her of multiple felony charges.

BOZICH | Gardner ACC breakout star? Defending UK fans

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Will Louisville quarterback Will Gardner be one of the ACC's breakout stars this season? Could a marketing survey actually rate Vandy football fans ahead of Kentucky fans? More football nuggets.

REPORT: Three occupants of Hillview home duct-taped, robbed and burglarized

Christian Williams (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center) Christian Williams (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
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Police say a Mt. Washington man is facing robbery and kidnapping charges after he broke into a home, tied up three residents inside and robbed them.

JCTA urges JCPS school board to raise property taxes Video included

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The Jefferson County Teachers Association has sent a letter to the JCPS school board asking them to approve the full 2.8 percent increase in property taxes at Monday's meeting. 

POLICE: Preston Hwy. Taco Bell robbery was inside job

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Louisville Metro Police have arrested a former Taco Bell employee after they say she helped someone rob the store. 

Camm's in-laws ask judge to dismiss wrongful death lawsuit Video included

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David Camm may no longer be facing a wrongful death lawsuit in connection with the murders of his wife and children.

Campbellsville Firefighters seriously injured in accident after ice water challenge Video included

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We're told the fire fighters were taking part in an ice bucket challenge -- a popular social media campaign to raise money for charity.

DYCHE | Congress Unpopular, but Kentucky Reps Safe

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All seven of Kentucky's congressional incumbents up for reelection this year look safe despite the unpopularity of Congress as a whole.

The Healing Place announces expansion in the face of growing heroin problem Video included

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The current detox area is small and has 24 beds, but the money from a new capital campaign will be used to create a 102,000 square foot expansion.

Minor bus accident in Bullitt County sends two children to hospital

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Two students in the bus were transported to the hospital with minor injuries, but no one else was injured.

Two dead, one critically injured in early morning crash in Shelby County

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According to a press release, speed is a factor in the crash and none of the occupants were wearing seat belts.

Delaware passes law addressing social media legacy Video included

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Delaware just passed a law that allows executors of an estate access to the digital assets, the governor says the goal is to "match the reality of how people live in the 21st Century."

New Albany veteran busy growing bakery she began almost a year ago Video included

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Business is good so just in a short time she's revamped her menu, hired more employees, and is getting ready to add more seating.

VIDEO: What does burning fuel look like in weightlessness?

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Astronaut Reid Wiseman tweeted a video, saying fuel burning in weightlessness looks like a jellyfish on fire.

What happens in Ferguson if officer isn't indicted?

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Conditions calmed this week in Ferguson after nights of sometimes violent unrest stemming from the fatal shooting of a black 18-year-old by a white police officer. But a delicate and crucial question lingers: What happens if the grand jury now considering the case doesn't return a charge against the officer?

U.S. Postal Service looking for part-time Indiana mail carriers

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Rural carriers earn $16.25 per hour and receive maintenance allowances.

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