Financial firms in New York and other institutional investors are snapping up single-family homes in Louisville. They want to be your landlord for years to come.
Completely taking over struggling schools and districts is relatively new, beginning in the 1980s. Researchers who spoke with WDRB say the relatively novelty of the practice means research on the effectiveness of takeovers is scarce.
Despite the department’s mandate of enforcing laws enacted by the state, KSP has violated Kentucky’s Open Records law more than any other state or local government agency over the last five years.
Louisville is spending $207 million to expand its center at a time when dozens of other cities are pursuing similar projects.
Legal and social experts say the accused teachers may have not only violated laws against teachers pursuing sexual relationships with students, but also a critical trust between educators and their pupils.
UPS' Metro College has been paying for nighttime workers in Louisville to go to college for 20 years. A look at the program and how it compares to others at employers like Walmart and Starbucks.
Emails obtained by WDRB News indicate that sensors meant to keep pipes in the tunnel from freezing were installed in the wrong place.
“The death of Inmate James Embry occurred as the result of a systemic failure at the Kentucky State Penitentiary involving many interacting issues,” the Department of Corrections investigation concluded.
Kentucky will expand its sales tax on July 1 to cover auto repairs, veterinary care and more than a dozen other services. A look at what's taxed, what's not and what's TBD.
Suspensions at JCPS have increased in recent years, disproportionately affecting black students in the district.
Revelations of Russian meddling in 2016 have spurred states across the U.S. to place a new emphasis on election security.
“There should be consequences,” Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Wine said of skipping jury duty. “It’s an insult to the people who do show up.”
Jefferson Community and Technical College will become a hub for training automotive technicians for Mercedes Benz dealerships this fall with the launch of an apprenticeship program that officials say will put the college on the map.
Matt Kaufmann and Scott Lewis are among 44 teachers, school administrators, professors and retired educators hoping to join the Kentucky General Assembly after the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
Waterfront officials are seeking a 30 percent increase in city money for the coming year, raising Metro government's annual contribution to roughly $1.3 million.