Campers, bear escape Montana flood as severe weather hits US
Campers, bear escape Montana flood as severe weather hits US

Helicopters have rescued people stranded by flooding in Texas and Montana, including 140 children and counselors stuck in a mountain bible camp for two days.

Louisville construction workers battle heat from the asphalt and the sun
Louisville construction workers battle heat from the asphalt and the sun

Any hot summer day will leave a person sweating, but it is even hotter on freshly poured asphalt.

June 20th, 3:47 pm by Lexie Ratterman
Doctors seeing uptick in heat exhaustion patients in Louisville
Doctors seeing uptick in heat exhaustion patients in Louisville

Temperatures topped 90 degrees Tuesday with the heat index in the mid to upper-90s, making simple things like walking potentially dangerous.

June 19th, 9:05 pm by Adrianne Flores
New Indiana law requires coaches learn how to spot heat exhaustion
New Indiana law requires coaches learn how to spot heat exhaustion

Starting July 1, all school and intramural coaches will have to pass a "heat preparedness" course.

June 19th, 8:19 pm
Midwestern states endure flash flooding, heat wave
Midwestern states endure flash flooding, heat wave

Thunderstorms crawled across northern Minnesota and northern Wisconsin after flooding washed out roads and highways, and a heat wave sent temperatures into the high 90s elsewhere in the Midwest.

June 17th, 5:04 pm
Fans attend Louisville City game and Pride Festival despite heat wave
Fans attend Louisville City game and Pride Festival despite heat wave

Heat indexes are expected to reach 100 degrees or more in the next several days and it was already having an impact on those outside Saturday.

June 16th, 7:42 pm by Joel Schipper
Puerto Rico issues new data on Hurricane Maria deaths
Puerto Rico issues new data on Hurricane Maria deaths

Puerto Rico requests more time, issues only a portion of data related to all deaths reported after Hurricane Maria amid outcry.

June 12th, 5:46 pm
2 weak tornadoes hit northeast Indiana; no injuries
2 weak tornadoes hit northeast Indiana; no injuries

Officials say at least two weak tornadoes hit northeast Indiana over the weekend.

June 11th, 9:07 am
IMAGES | Storms leave damage throughout Kentucky and southern Indiana
IMAGES | Storms leave damage throughout Kentucky and southern Indiana

Photos shared by WDRB viewers on social media show downed trees over many parts of the area from strong winds.  

May 31st, 3:55 pm by Sara Sidery
FEMA opens disaster recovery center for flooding victims in Harrison Co., Ind.
FEMA opens disaster recovery center for flooding victims in Harrison Co., Ind.

Flooding victims are encouraged to visit the center for federal assistance. 

May 17th, 11:23 am
3 dozen sheep killed in lightning strike in southwest Kentucky
3 dozen sheep killed in lightning strike in southwest Kentucky

The concerns by the sheep farmer for the rest of the herd.

April 16th, 11:30 am
Residents in Sonora cleaning up after powerful storms destroyed buildings and toppled trees
Residents in Sonora cleaning up after powerful storms destroyed buildings and toppled trees

After preliminary surveys, the National Weather Service says the damage appears to have been caused by straight-line winds. 

April 4th, 12:30 pm by Hannah Strong
Kentucky woman says tree crashed into bathroom as she was showering during severe weather
April 4th, 12:24 pm
IMAGES | High winds leave behind damage in Hardin County
IMAGES | High winds leave behind damage in Hardin County

High winds and thunderstorms roared through Kentucky on Tuesday night, and they left some damage in their wake.

April 3rd, 11:09 pm
IMAGES: Latest winter blast blankets areas of Kentuckiana
IMAGES: Latest winter blast blankets areas of Kentuckiana

Some parts of Kentuckiana received several inches of snow overnight.

March 12th, 7:10 am
IMAGES | Survivors recall deadly tornado outbreak in southern Indiana on March 2, 2012
IMAGES | Survivors recall deadly tornado outbreak in southern Indiana on March 2, 2012

Deadly tornadoes cut a path of destruction across southern Indiana six years ago today. People lost lives, their homes, their jobs -- and 11 people lost their lives on that unforgettable day: March 2, 2012. 

March 2nd, 3:07 pm by Gil Corsey

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