Rick Bozich shares his weekly AP college basketball Top 25 ballot -- with a new Number One team this week.
Louisville's cable franchise has not been renegotiated since 1998. But the pending transfer from Time Warner Cable to Comcast might spur a new deal.
The closings will leave one southbound lane closed on the approach to the bridge from Court Avenue.
The event helped to raise money for lifesaving research.
In late February, Hunter Ellis, son of Jason Ellis, was gifted with a new playhouse at the Home, Garden and Remodeling Show at the Kentucky Expo Center.
Dennis Holland was shot and killed in July of last year at Taylor Blvd and Central.
The Louisville SWAT team is planning to train at the silos before they're demolished.
Southbound motorists will be impacted between mile markers 47 and 45, as well as 43 and 38.
The incident happened around 4:30 a.m. Sunday.
Louisville's senior class has done everything the right way during their careers -- and that included Senior Day as the Cardinals overwhelmed UConn, 81-48, getting solid play from all four seniors.
Candra McWhorter is accused of shooting Ollie Davis, 29, in the chest on February 26.
Allegiant also plans to double its nonstop flights to the Fort Myers, Fla., region to four a week.
Alternative actions include modifying the lock and not disturbing the dam, installing a barricade and disposing of the property or doing nothing.
Douglas Allen's son died on February 19.
Wild Rita's adds a modern day flair to many classic Mexican dishes.
Trinity Goodson says she knows she's not fighting her battle alone, just by looking at the "Hearts for Trinity" page.
Over the years the Rodes City Run 10K has contributed more than $450,000 to local charities.
JonVieve Hill gave out tea lights and paper bags so that neigbors and businesses in the highlands could display them Saturday night.
Taty'Ana Hughes was also able to come face to face with the firefighter who saved her.
Kentucky made a second-half run, but couldn't sustain it as No. 1-ranked Florida rolled to a 19-point victory and an unbeaten SEC record.
The Kentucky Supreme Court is set to hear an appeal in the case of a kidnapped distillery worker, while a federal appeals court will take up the case of a double murder.
Matthew L. Wills, 25, was last seen March 7 at 11:30 p.m.
The event of 1964 that allowed Americans to acquire a deeper understanding of the year's tumultuous events was a decision rendered in the whispery confines of the chambers of the U.S. Supreme Court.
More than 7,000 runners took part in the Rodes City Run.
A co-owner says the label change would cost the small company $30,000.
The soldiers were in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Sherry Brady said she first drew inspiration to begin losing weight by watching other runners.
It gives you the kind of view of Louisville you're not going to see anywhere else, but changes are underway at the Iroquois Park Northern Overlook to the tune of 1 million dollars.
Police made a second arrest while searching Turner's house.
Local business owner and reality TV star "Biff" Sumner was arrested for allegedly pointing a gun at an officer, but now many in the community are rising to his defense.
The University of Kentucky faces a tall task at No. 1 Florida on Saturday, but it also is a major opportunity to press the 'reset' button on its season, with relatively little pressure.
The veteran stage, film and TV performer best known for playing Alice Kramden in the 1960s re-creation of "The Honeymooners" has died. Sheila MacRae was 92.
China's state news agency is reporting that the Malaysia Airlines aircraft has lost contact over Vietnam.
Students were scheduled to take the ACT March 4, but snow and ice forced many school districts to cancel classes.
Senator Mitch McConnell organized a "heroin listening session" in northern Kentucky on Friday afternoon.
Enthusiasts who have visited the museum since the sinkhole formed reminisced about the popular cars in the documentary.
They're brand new teaching concepts in a first-of-its-kind competition, and today, we got a look at some of the finalists.
Luke Hancock says he could not have written a better script for his Louisville career -- and his fellow seniors Russ Smith, Stephan Van Treese and Tim Henderson agree.
The Republican senator says he will not trade liberty for security.
Sunrise Children's Services recently went a through a major controversy over its hiring policy. The dispute is over, but the aftershocks are still being felt.
The 5-year-old has been hospitalized for two months since surviving a New Albany house fire that killed her three siblings.
County officials say jail workers must pay back raises over the standard two percent given to everyone else.
A review of Community Services and Revitalization grants showed no illegal activity, but proof of payment was missing in more than half of the cases that were studied.
Police say the suspect had been ordered to stay away from his female passenger.
Kentucky voters could see Senator Rand Paul's name on the ballot twice in 2016.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says his office will defend Indiana's statutory marriage definition from a legal challenge filed in federal court Friday.
Officers were called to the home in the 300 block of N. 21st Street near Griffiths Avenue around 8:15 p.m. on March 6.
Pedestrians will continue to have access to the Clark Memorial Bridge even after lane restrictions take effect on March 10.
Attorneys for Tony Satterly say he decided to resign because he didn't want allegations and rumors to affect his friends on the force.