The commemorative bottles will be available for sale on Friday, July 25.
Alison Grimes is on the attack again.
An elderly woman's wish has been granted, and WDRB's Rachel Collier was there as she was surprised with a gift that will change how she lives.
A high-speed chase that started in Jeffersontown Tuesday morning ended in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant on Dixie Highway after police rammed the suspect's car.
Court documents indicate Lykins told a babysitter that he had beaten the baby, but he told hospital staff the infant had fallen from a bed.
Where firefighters say the fire started and the damage done to the building.
Kentucky would be a better place if its citizens would simply stop doing a few things.
The so-called threat was actually a training exercise involving a call that mentioned a bomb in the man's hotel room.
The suspect appears in court bruised and swollen, as 911 call from the father is released.
Park staff found the damage early Sunday morning including a broken stone wall and two trees snapped in half.
Louisville was picked to finish third in the Atlantic Division of the ACC in a vote of league media. Cardinals coach Bobby Petrino said, "We hope to do better than we're picked."
Kylie Jenks pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy to commit arson in connection with a January New Albany house fire that killed three small children and injured another.
Cleanup is underway at Waterfront Park after a jam packed weekend as crews are still working on breaking down sets for the Forecastle Festival.
Tom Van De Rostyne said he is on vacation during trial and may have ethical problems in testifying. The defense also claims 44 more pages of evidence were withheld.
After comments at the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce business summit Monday, Paul’s office released statements regarding the matter.
Military downsizing could cost 4,000 more soldiers and community business owners are worried about the loss.
Robert Belton, 45, was arrested this morning at his Louisville home by members of Attorney General Jack Conway's Cybercrimes Unit.
After the train with the bodies left the town of Torez, two military jets also flew overhead and black smoke was seen rising in the distance.
Kentucky elected officials and representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy will visit a central Kentucky coal power plant to tout a project that will capture and store carbon dioxide emissions.
Mounting casualties on both sides have led international officials to step up diplomatic efforts to end the worst bout of fighting between the two sides since 2009.
Obama added sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of protections, and ordered the Labor Department to carry out the order. Administration officials said that means the change will probably take effect by early next year.
Police say Dawne Ellis told them she was a cop and could not be arrested, when they approached her on Preston Highway.
Police say they saw James crash into two vehicles at the intersection of 5th Street and Winkler Avenue.
"I'm going to kill you and myself," is what police say Alicia Thomas said to her husband before pulling the trigger.
It happened around 7:30 a.m. Monday on State Road 56.
According to the arrest report, the suspect told police she "lost it" when she discovered her books were missing.
A truck filled with charcoal and lighter fluid smashed into a train Friday, and it was all caught on camera.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has successfully cleaned the ink from the water. They say since the cleanup, no leaching has taken place.
Police say the victim was kidnapped from his Munfordville home and driven to Glendale in his own car where he was shot in the head.
Quackers now comes with Thomspon to work at his neon sign warehouse every day. In fact, the duck follows him everywhere.
In Carlos Slim’s world, you would only be working three days a week but you would still be clocking 40 hours.
Tuesday's decision by foreign ministers from the 28-nation bloc came days after a Malaysia Airlines plane was shot down over territory held by pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people aboard.