Edwin Bonet-Ruiz is charged with sex abuse for allegedly hugging and kissing a 14-year old student.
With the bitter cold comes sickness, and two Louisville doctors are offering advice on how to stay healthy and fight off the cold and flu.
The stuffed dog, Lucy, disappeared over the weekend during a family trip.
Vaccine research focuses on specific hormone, not to diminish memories, but to keep feelings from developing into PTSD.
The fire department says the blaze started on the front porch of a home on Bolling Avenue just after 6 p.m., but officials say it's too early to tell what started it.
18-year-old TJ Michael Chaddic is listed on the Kentucky Sex Offender Registry.
Jeffersonville makes moves to cut off water service to customers with large, overdue city sewer bills, Haven House shelter included.
Tent city is set up off of Campbell Street near River Road.
Funds raised from "Coffee for a Cause" will go toward the purchase of a handicap accessible van for Seven Counties.
Police say the Cemex employee was trying to stop traffic for a backhoe when he was hit.
The victim's family isn't happy with the guilty plea.
A warning siren from several groups helping the needy: donations are down in the days leading to Christmas.
A license plate that wasn't illuminated: Shively Police say that's what led them to a prescription drug dealer.
At the distance of two centuries, confrontations like the War of 1812, itself a sideshow to the Napoleonic Wars, seem like quaint artifacts of another time.
Watch D.O.G.S. is a national program that was started by a concerned father after a middle school shooting in Arkansas in 1998.
Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich made the right call by showing no interest in the job at Texas; Indiana basketball coach Tom Crean has borrowed a tactic that Denny Crum embraced.
It was all to fill carts full of coats, clothes and toys for the children who need them.
A review found samples weren't taken from about 16,000 offenders.
The only option is a new and different approach to economic development.
Aaron Hilbert is accused of committing child abuse in Lawrenceburg, Ky.
When a juvenile opened the door to the home, the deputies were "overwhelmed" by the stench of marijuana, according to the arrest report.
Right now, they're serving about 14 million meals across the 13 counties they support.
Right now, the site is just a parking lot, but the NuLu Business Association has heard plans to build a 6-8-story hotel with 150 rooms.
Elizabethtown Police say 54-year-old Bonet-Ruiz kissed and hugged a 14-year-old girl in his Spanish class last week.
He allegedly told her to, "take these cuffs off me and see what happens."
Police say 40-year-old Anthony W. Goldsmith was driving his 1995 tan Buick LeSabre on Gagel Ave., near Stewart Ave. when he was involved in an accident.
If Evan Gordon, the younger brother of former Indiana all-American Eric Gordon, keeps scoring the way he has the last two games, opposing coaches will finally remember his name.
The truck's fuel tank split open when the truck hit a guard rail.
Willie Cauley-Stein changed his hair color -- and he changes the way opponents must play when he's in the game for No. 10-ranked Kentucky. Boise State could attest after a 70-55 loss Tuesday.
Watch this dramatic end to a police chase as the suspect's car crashes into police cruisers.
Hardin County teacher Edwin Bonet- Ruiz is charged with first degree sexual abuse. He was fired while in the Hardin County Detention Center Tuesday.
The property on the eastern edge of NuLu has been for sale for four years.
Louisville is a finalist for hosting 13 events, more than any other city.
A time lapse video shows White house chefs building a gingerbread replica of the President's Pad.
The man who says he may have done the killing says he doesn't remember a thing.
The city has added more shows and 16 three-ring circles to the trees in the park.
An overnight fire destroys nearly everything inside Sam's Food & Spirits in New Albany.
The owner of a popular cafe is speaking out about why the restaurant closed abruptly in January...
Project-based learning involves students following a learn-by-doing curriculum.
Huber's will soon be selling whiskey, bourbon, vodka, and gin.
It was an early morning round up in Harrison County, Ind. and surrounding areas as police arrested 26 people on drug charges.
Roadways are considered hazardous and icy in Grant County, Ky.
Developers volunteered to create a service that can shorten the amount of time people have to wait for TARC buses.
A bar and outdoor beer garden called Louis's "the Ton" is in the works at the corner of Frankfort and Story avenues in Butchertown
The governor touted several successes, including better math and reading scores, and higher graduation rates.
A couple of early season losses have some questioning the University of Kentucky's long-term outlook. But if anything, those losses may enhance it.
Many people click "like" on a status or story to follow the ensuing conversation -- but what if the story you're "liking" is about a tragedy? Is clicking "like" appropriate?
It looks like Kentucky residents are thinking about signing up for health insurance this holiday season.
Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater does not rank in the top six with voters for the Heisman Trophy but he still ranks first where it matters -- with NFL teams looking at the 2014 Draft.
As winter weather continues to make roads slippery, some organizations are canceling events.
Tom Mabe's friend Dennis has a long history of driving under the influence, so when Dennis passed out drunk one night, Mabe took him to an office he had turned into a fake hospital.
Police say 25-year-old Kevin P. Skaggs, Jr. cut the lock on an outbuilding of the complex and went inside.