The event is part of Owensboro's Red, White and Blue picnic, which is similar to the Fancy Farm picnic format.
The move comes weeks after firefighter Jonathan French was killed near mile marker 113 of I-65.
Tuesday email to centers claimed four percent cut for each.
Former University of Louisville star Darrell Griffith has received countless honors in his basketball career but few things excite him as much as what is happening at the West End School.
Louisville Metro Police's Robbery Unit is requesting assistance in identifying a suspect in a robbery at a CVS Pharmacy on Poplar Level Road.
A proposed ordinance would raise wage to $10.10 an hour across Louisville.
Federal appeals judges bristled Tuesday at arguments defending gay marriage bans in Indiana and Wisconsin, with one Republican appointee comparing them to now-defunct laws that once outlawed weddings between blacks and whites.
First responders are meeting ahead of next week's I-65 lane changes to prepare for more traffic and less room on the road.
A Clarksville woman was shot inside her apartment early Tuesday morning.
A young Southern Indiana husband and wife business team have dreams of making it big with the opening of a new manufacturing operation in Lanesville within sight of I-64.
Chief Deputy John Kahafer with the Clark County Sheriff's Department has died.
More than 20 new distilleries are opening throughout the Commonwealth.
Tom Van De Rostyne allegedly acted "improperly and vindictively" in trying to get a witness to testify.
The letter writing campaign brought in 15,852 letters encouraging Army leaders to not make more funding cuts at Fort Knox.
Last week, Lamb criticized Louisville Metro councilwoman Attica Scott for a comment she made in connection with the recent unrest in Ferguson...
Jury selection is under way for Dejuan Hammond's third murder trial.
The local business leader that issued the challenge, and when Lamb will take the challenge live on air.
Mathis & Sons alleges Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's "fraudulent and discriminatory actions" cost the company a contract on the Ohio River Bridges Project.
Kentucky did not place any players on the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook all-American team but the Wildcats would be favored to beat Blue Ribbon's team.
Michael Jones is accused of soaking the underwear with methadone and bringing it to the jail.
Some Republicans are pounding the drums for Obama to take the battle against ISIS into Syria and beyond. Not Kentucky's junior U.S. Senator Rand Paul.
Drivers on I-65 in downtown Louisville should prepare for a new billboard this week -- one that promotes Western Kentucky football and its strong ties to the metro area.
Madeleine Albright and Mitt Romney wade into Kentucky's U.S. Senate Race to lend their support to the candidates.
Federal authorities investigating possible civil rights violations in the Aug. 9 death of Michael Brown in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson must meet a difficult standard of proof, a challenge that has complicated the path to prosecution in past police shootings.
An estimated 5,000 to 7,000 Muslims attend prayers at mosques in the Louisville area.
The agency says each posted remarks online this month about pilot's rest time and whether the federal guidelines should be changed.
Benita Anglin is accused of stealing at least $80,000 from March 2007 to March 2014. State Police say Anglin used a former employee's identity to steal the money.
Greenup County among locales in four states out of compliance for the National Flood Insurance Program, FEMA says in federal filing.
A left-foot injury will force Louisville senior receiver DeVante Parker to the sidelines for the start of the Cardinals' football season.
Louisville junior Montrezl Harrell was named a first-team preseason All-American by Blue Ribbon College Basketball yearbook.
Both agencies posted remarks online earlier this month about pilot rest time and whether the federal guidelines should be changed.
The suspect allegedly forged prescriptions for herself and two others, police say.
Two suspects at two different Walgreens stores -- but both are facing similar charges.
Mark Stoops has been stockpiling talent with his last two recruiting classes, one of them the most highly rated in school history. This season, he starts to put that youth into service.
After more than an hour of public comment and debate at two separate meetings, the Jefferson County Board of Education voted not to increase property taxes to balance its $1.3 billion budget.
A Louisville man is accused of posing as a potential job applicant, and then making off with other people's purses.
How have the college football observers in Las Vegas reacted to the news that Louisville will be without receiver DeVante Parker for six to eight weeks?
A group of thieves has been able to steal thousands of dollars in electronics in less than a minute from local stores.
The MKC, a luxury mini-SUV, represents Lincoln's first entry into the SUV market.
The city has had enough monkey business and is now making an effort to keep the animals from stealing food and biting citizens.
Hitting the highlights from University of Louisville coach Bobby Petrino's weekly press conference before the Cardinals open their season against Miami next Monday.
Freshman forward Jaylen Johnson has enrolled at the University of Louisville, but the NCAA Clearinghouse has yet to clear him to play.
Records show the company has purchased properties at Theater Square, but its intentions for them remain a mystery.
He's charged with the 2005 murder of LaJuante Jackson as part of an effort to protect a drug trafficking organization.
It's the part of the Ohio River Bridges project that is expected to have the biggest impact on commuters so far.
Hoosiers Unite for Marriage held rallies across the state today, before several supporters traveled to Chicago for the hearing.
Apple says a very small percentage of iPhone 5s may suddenly experience shorter battery life or need to be charged more often.
For the first time in its 25 year history, the Kentucky Lottery is advertising where proceeds from the sale of its games are spent.
The state is asking people to read the Common Core standards and determine if they're appropriate for each grade level.
The suspect is accused of snatching three purses from customers at two different restaurants.
When officers arrived, the child was allegedly "sweating profusely and seemed disoriented."
The hits he's best known for, and the date the tickets go on sale.
The move could pave the way for airstrikes against Islamic State militant targets there...
U.S. officials say the United States wasn't notified in advance of the attacks.