Wills was last seen March 7 at 11:30 p.m.
The soldiers were in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Douglas Allen's son died on February 19.
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 5-year-old has been hospitalized for two months since surviving a New Albany house fire that killed her three siblings.
More than 7,000 runners took part in the Rodes City Run.
China's state news agency is reporting that the Malaysia Airlines aircraft has lost contact over Vietnam.
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.
County officials say jail workers must pay back raises over the standard two percent given to everyone else.
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.
Students were scheduled to take the ACT March 4, but snow and ice forced many school districts to cancel classes.
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.
They're brand new teaching concepts in a first-of-its-kind competition, and today, we got a look at some of the finalists.
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.
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.
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.
Police say the suspect had been ordered to stay away from his female passenger.
Attorneys for Tony Satterly say he decided to resign because he didn't want allegations and rumors to affect his friends on the force.
A co-owner says the label change would cost the small company $30,000.
The Republican senator says he will not trade liberty for security.
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.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A flammable chemical leaked from a tank at Zeon Chemicals on Bells Lane Friday, but no evacuations were necessary. Hazmat crews responded to the facility on Bells Lane around
Officials at the Michigan prison say guards failed to reset motion-detection alarms -- and they say that played a major role in Michael Elliot's escape.
Information continues to unfold in the case against a Purdue student charged with killing a classmate on campus.
Corrections officers in one Indiana county are upset that leaders are taking back a substantial pay raise.
Clinton will be the keynote speaker at the United Methodist Women's Assembly.
The Kentucky State Police is accepting applications for its 92nd cadet class scheduled to begin Aug. 3.
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.
The commission met to review complaints that council president Jim King has a conflict of interest because of his job as a banker.
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.
Mayor Greg Fischer calls it his top priority in Frankfort, and on Thursday he gets an opportunity to make his case.