Wah Wah Jones, the final living member of UK's 'Fabulous Five' 1948 NCAA and Olympic champions, died Sunday at age 88.
A large residential fire broke out at Overbrook Apartments on Fairground Road in Fern Creek.
Buddy Bat used his light saber, players’ pictures were transformed and crews even marked the field behind home plate to pay homage to the movie series.
JCPS is looking to free-up more space in eastern Louisville by converting Kennedy Metro -- an alternative middle school near Jeffersontown – into a regular elementary school.
Storms across Kentuckiana last night put thousands without power.
Buddy Gulden is living the American dream. The budding business owner is bringing the spirit of Bardstown to life in the wake of Jason Ellis' death.
Fire officials say two buildings are a total loss after a fire in Eminence, Ky. Sunday
LaRue County's 911 system has been down since just after 11 p.m., after it was affected by severe weather.
Simmons College was built in the 1800s to educate Kentucky's freed slaves.
Oldham County High School teachers are utilizing social media platforms as a method to educate students.
The ACC struggled in the NCAA Tournament last season, but league coaches say adding Louisville and 3 other teams since 2013 makes the league number one in college hoops.
New pet regulations in Goshen are aimed to cut down on neighborhood complaints.
He was gunned down on his front porch in Lexington 20 years ago, but the memory of Trent DiGiuro lives on through scholarships.
Larry Lamont White is already convicted of killing two other women in the summer of 1983.
West Louisville has its share of crime and violence, but today the community highlighted its positive side.
U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes' campaign says former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to join her at a campaign rally in eastern Kentucky next month.
The goal is to make sure everything, especially narcotics, is disposed of properly.
Winter weather is having a big impact on summer tourism in southern Indiana. Parks, caves and historic sites report a drop in visitors compared to last year.
Parents usually tell their kids not to play in the mud. But that wasn't the case today.
Joe Ley Antiques, located in new Nulu, has been in business for 49 years.
The evacuation was accompanied by the release of a new State Department travel warning for Libya urging Americans not to go to the country and recommending that those already there leave immediately.
There's been a burglary, two armed robberies and at least three break-ins within just a few weeks.
Several owners of multi-million dollar properties in Louisville are challenging the fair value of that real estate in an effort to save money on property taxes. In some cases, owners claim they overpaid for the property only a year or two ago.
Witnesses testify that layoff of Mike Huot was due to struggling industry, not age
Officials expect so many people next week that they are coming up with additional parking.
There are a lot of spots to fill, to replace an influx of teachers, principals and other school faculty who suddenly turned in their books and pens.
The robbery marks the 5th fast food restaurant robbery this month. Police describe the people behind these robberies as "slick felons" who seem to know what they are doing. And they are long gone before police arrive.
Former St. X and Kentucky star Scott Padgett is the head coach at Samford -- and considers himself a hybrid of the Rick Pitino and John Calipari coaching trees.
The wreckage of his plane he shared with his son was found off the coast of American Samoa.
U of L officials said it'll be at least another week before crews begin the demolition.
Troy Lancaster says his Clarksville cafeteria and catering business will close after Friday night.
A jury has convicted a man of murder and rape in a case dating back more than 30 years.
The governor's office says Gov. Mike Pence wasn't involved in Friday's accident.
According to a press release, Police say the passengers in the van all live in Prospect. The passengers included five adults and two teenagers.
The pared down lists no longer include requests for household items like Kool-Aid, paper plates and sanitary wipes.