The bus driver who slumped over the wheel in a medical emergency last week with 30 Seneca High School students on board surprised the kids who saved her life.
The Louisville Metro was expecting some rain Sept. 8, but during a news conference Tuesday, leaders said what the city got was a downpour much more intense than they thought it would be.
The child was standing on the side of the road with his family when he was hit.
A family tradition spanning more than 90 years in southern Indiana is coming to an end.
Troy LeBlanc, who owns Derb-E Cigs, which was started five years ago, said hearing the FDA’s announcement was frustrating.
A southern Indiana man blamed a meth overdose for his fiance's death, but police say it was murder.
Those with chronic pain say access to pain medications is literally a matter of life and death.
A portable Breathalyzer found Jacob Heil's blood alcohol was .051.
It had been a part of the sports and entertainment scene since 1957, but the stadium fell into disrepair after the U of L football team moved out in 1998.
Kevin Fuqua, a Louisville accountant who was appointed earlier this month, will not join the U of L board after all because of a family conflict, the chairman says.
Bishop Kevin Rhoades of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend released the names dating back to 1922.
The investigation into the incident is ongoing.
Police say they had no idea the child had been wandering the streets for nearly an hour.
Workers at the company’s Lawrenceburg distillery and Coxs Creek bottling plant have been on strike since Sept. 7.