Police even searched a Heritage Creek home for hours on Wednesday looking for clues.
Jeffersontown police are investigating after a robbery at the Hardee's in the 9500 block of Taylorsville Road near Patti Lane.
Many Republicans will base their vote on which man stands the best chance of beating Jack Conway, the likely Democratic nominee. Some may even consider which candidate would make the best governor.
The project also includes widening I-264 to three lanes in each direction between Westport Road and Interstate 71.
A computer-generated video showed the unfurling of what would be Holiday World’s first major steel coaster. The wing coaster extends two sets of seats off the sides of the tracks.
Council approves high speed internet franchises and grant for pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
Anyone with a library card can use the new service called Treehouse. It teaches people how to code, which could also open the door to hundreds of high-paying jobs.
Fourth Street between Cardinal Boulevard and Industry Road will get bike lanes in both directions.
Kentucky House Speaker says meeting about coal did get heated, but he wasn't physically removed from the building.
According to court documents, James Ford would actually do the force-feeding, and Brittany Herbst -- the child's mother -- would help.
On Thursday defense attorneys for murder defendant Dejuan Hammond filed a third motion to dismiss the case based on "intentional misconduct" by prosecutors.
But Mike Huott said the job as circulation director at the Sarasota newspaper would have paid him far less than the $325,000 he had been making at the Courier and would be an hour-and-a-half-long drive from a home he has in Florida.
Police say a van slammed into the back of a tractor-trailer around 9 o'clock Thursday.
Prosecutors plan to use the WAGS program to help children who are victims of crimes.
The officers were involved in a collision with a pickup truck, said Jefferson County Sheriff's Dept. Lt. Col. Carl Yates. No injuries were life threatening.
A Grimes ad features an unemployed miner, even as McConnell highlights a Louisville manufacturer.
France's foreign minister says no wreckage had been found, but that the plane "probably crashed."
Rick Pitino can't talk about Raymond Spalding's commitment to the University of Louisville but three other coaches discussed the decision by the Trinity star.
Hundreds of stolen grocery carts are ending up in scrap yards around Louisville. It's an expensive problem that you end up paying for on your grocery bill.
It's hot dog wars in Louisville as local vendors try to stake their claim on one of the most lucrative corners in town.
GE and U of L are spending a couple of million dollars to build the micro-factory named FirstBuild on U of L's campus.
A report says Louisville's water consistently exceeds state and federal water quality standards set by the EPA.
According to researchers at Kansas State University, playing on your phone at work helps make you more productive.
Charles Clay and his wife are looking for their pit bull Storm, who is only six months old.
Two Indiana State Troopers went into the pond, pulled Shelton from her seat belt to the surface and performed CPR.
It may be "Possibility City" but apparently Louisville is also an unhappy city.
Recall expenses chopped $1.5 billion from General Motors' bottom line in the second quarter, as it added up the costs of repairs for nearly 30 million cars and set aside funds to compensate victims of small-car crashes.
Surveillance video captured images of the three men -- clad only in their underwear -- breaking into Doc's Beach House restaurant in Bonita Springs, Florida early Sunday morning.
Officials say 1,000 soldiers from the First Brigade and 900 from its Third Brigade will join more than 1,700 others from Fort Bragg in North Carolina.
Metro Public Works will hold a public meeting about the changes on Wednesday, Aug. 6, at the U of L Student Recreation Center.
For this special assignment, WDRB's Emily Mieure explored both sides of the topic, talking with a new anti-graffiti group and with one of the area's most infamous graffiti writers.
The former high-ranking executive fought back tears on the witness stand Wednesday, saying his life has been a jobless “hell” since he was fired in 2011 at age 61. He is suing the newspaper for age discrimination.
The preparations underway at Cellar Door Chocolates.
A condemned Arizona inmate gasped for more than an hour and a half during his execution Wednesday before he died in an episode sure to add to the scrutiny surrounding the death penalty in the U.S.
Eric Crawford writes about the Governor's Cup Luncheon, and whether UK coach Mark Stoops' decision not to attend means anything to the future of the rivalry.