The University of Louisville is making "contingency plans" to potentially move its medical programs based at Jewish Hospital to other facilities given uncertainty about the hospital's future.
West Clark Community Schools led southern Indiana school districts with an 89.2 score while New Albany Floyd County was tied for second place with an 88.
A Metro Council committee approved a rezoning request for the golf-and-entertainment complex, sending it to the full council for its Nov. 29 meeting.
A task force, which began its work in May, will make its recommendations to the board in December, JCPS Superintendent Marty Pollio said.
There a number of different Amazon-like markets purporting to sell anything from drugs, to guns to fake passports. But because of the nature of the Dark Web, it makes the job of law enforcement to crack down on the markets difficult.
Eric Crawford answers a few questions about Louisville football.
The company, in which Kentucky taxpayers have already invested $15 million, is trying to raise $500 million to begin construction of an aluminum rolling mill that promises to employ 600.
The agreement would let the closed restaurant's operator exit a lease and let officials begin marketing the building.
While the judge prohibited Kenneth Betts from internet access, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jo Lawless argued the monitoring device on Betts can tell where he is but not what he is doing and the “Internet is ubiquitous.”
Louisville fires Bobby Petrino as coach.
Rocky Adkins will roll out his gubernatorial bid in Morehead, WDRB News has learned, and has chosen Jefferson County Board of Education member Steph Horne as his running mate, according to paperwork filed with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance.
“This is about a pattern and practice of overspending foundation money,” a lawyer for U of L said in court Friday.
About a dozen showed up to the meeting at Southern High School, where district officials asked for their feedback and fielded questions about the JCPS student assignment plan.
Chuck Neumann said his retirement has been “a long time in the making” and is unrelated to negotiations with BlueMountain Capital Management for a potential sale of Jewish Hospital and other Louisville facilities.