Bardstown Police Officer Jason Ellis was shot and killed just before 3 a.m. Saturday on his way home from work.
Local breweries and wineries are popping up all over Kentuckiana but there is only one Louisville meadery.
He admits to helping hide the body but Banis says it was Jeffrey Mundt, his former lover, who actually killed James Carroll and buried him in the basement of an Old Louisville home.
Home invasions occurred within a half-hour of each other in Bancroft, Barbourmeade areas Friday afternoon.
The accident occurred on Gagel Avenue near Mcdeane Road.
Officials searched a home on the 3000 block of Clearstream Way in Jeffersonville and discovered a small methamphetamine lab.
The victim was pushing the SUV when it rolled down an embankment, trapping her under it.
Automatic gates causing congestion during big events
John Myers II was convicted in 2006 in the death of Jill Behrman.
The restaurant is waiting for permits and licenses before opening in early June.
Creator of Lebowski Fest not allowed to create festival devoted to Pee Wee Herman.
The U.S. Department of Energy had rejected a proposal that would have extended operations.
A report will address Zhao Han Cong's competence to stand trial.
It's all part of an effort to remember the sacrifices of those who served in the armed forces.
Police say the victim had a terminal illness and the suspect removed her feeding tube.
Police say John C. Lewis of Bardstown is also a persistent felony offender.
Kentucky State Police are trying to figure out why the couple's car ran off the road.
An ESPN panel includes Nerlens Noel and Gorgui Dieng among its most overvalued draft prospects, but had good news for Indiana's Cody Zeller, plus Coach K on the ACC and more on Teddy Bridgewater.
The reaction is mixed but despite the vote, most believe the debate will continue.
The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is an outstanding organization. Representing 2,700 member businesses of all sizes that employ over half of Kentucky's workforce, the Chamber correctly claims that it "provides leadership as a catalyst, consensus-builder and advocate to unite business and advance Kentucky."
Tony Cingrani returned to Louisville from the Cincinnati Reds Thursday. After delivering five more shutout innings, Cingrani has not allowed a run in more than 19 innings for the Louisville Bats.
The former detective was a 12-year veteran of the police force when he was shot in the stomach on July 16, 1972, while conducting a prostitution investigation near the intersection of East Oak and Preston.
Indiana officials want more oversight of a grant program that distributes riverboat casino revenue to communities for economic development.
The new state budget that increases funding for schools the next two years won't benefit every Indiana school district.
The city of Columbus is hiring an Indianapolis Museum of Art conservator to help preserve historic buildings before their past is lost.
Authorities say three men from eastern Indiana were killed in a head-on crash along a northern Indiana highway.
A co-founder of a group that seeks to promote cycling as a safe form of transportation says the death of a 62-year-old man earlier this month highlights the need of cyclists and motorists to share road.
A central Indiana police officer is challenging the state Bureau of Motor Vehicles decision to revoke his license plate that read "OINK."
An eastern Kentucky man has pleaded not guilty to killing a 2-month-old girl.
Officials in western Kentucky are taking a cue from Tennessee in their effort to make Owensboro synonymous with bluegrass music.
Health officials, health care workers and drug control professionals are talking about the problems surrounding Kentucky babies who are born addicted to drugs.
Guitar Emporium on Bardstown Road will stay open due to ownership change and a small business loan from the city
U of L blames dwindling state funds for the hike. Final vote due next month.
We had a big surprise Thursday for our 10 p.m. producer, Jessica Denson, who is battling breast cancer.
The Louisville Metro Council just passed a resolution in support of reopening the bridge.
Neighbors in one Louisville community say people posing as door to door salesmen have been targeting their homes.
Lying about receiving a military medal is about to become a crime.
Corey Rossman says he has nothing to do with Spierer's disappearance and that her parents are harassing him.
Governor Steve Beshear said the logistics company will invest more than $3 million in the project.
Local leaders vote on controversial issue; some scouting sponsors had threatened to leave the organization if gays were allowed.
A living rooftop is being installed on the new eight-story Nucleus building on Market Street.
If you are one of Insight Communications' 750,000 customers, you should have received a letter in the mail letting you know of the changes that are coming.
The Boy Scouts are about to make a big decision.
A new park memorializes every war the United States has been involved in since the Revolutionary War.
New data from Corelogic shows foreclosures in March at about 2.25 percent -- that's down from a year ago, and lower than the national average of 3 percent.
It is looking to hire ticket sellers, ticket takers, ushers and more to meet and greet patrons during concerts and sporting events.
It offers free admission to active-duty military members just in time for Memorial Day.
The University of Kentucky's heralded freshmen are choosing to get to Lexington and go to work on their goal of a 2014 NCAA title rather than try out for the U.S. under-19 national team.
The pool had been closed for a decade.
Tuition and fees for resident students on the campus will be about $10,000 each of the next two school years.
Kentucky State Police are asking the public to help find a man suspected of stealing from a woman at a Shelbyville Walmart.
But Norfolk Southern Railroad says it can't agree to that.
Louisville Metro Police say someone was stealing yard signs Wednesday night.
Eastern Kentucky authorities are plagued with a series of jail inmate escapes this week.
Police say it started with a neighbor popping off at rabbits with an air gun -- but by the time the incident was over, an AK-47 was involved.
It is a store that says it offers the lowest prices possible on the best quality food.
Carrithers Middle School on Billtown Road in Jeffersontown was briefly evacuated this morning after a bomb threat.
Incident involved video showing officer striking a handcuffed and non-resisting suspect.