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Mayor Greg Fischer said it's the only way to avoid devastating budget cuts as the city struggles to meet pension obligations. [Read More]
Martez Wade, 17, was shot and killed in a South Louisville apartment complex three weeks ago. No arrests have been made. Now his mother is... [Read More]
A group of teenagers lost control of a parent's car and crashed into the side of a house on Saturday evening. [Read More]
Derby City Gaming has over 900 historic racing machines. [Read More]
The project was funded through the Spirit of Blue Foundation. [Read More]
On the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, students throughout Clarksville Community Schools learned about what happened on that day. [Read More]
With the state-takeover off the table for Jefferson County Public Schools the work begins in figuring out how to fix the district's biggest issues. [Read More]
Once a month, firefighters from Okolona, Jeffersontown and Camp Taylor fire departments join together to train. [Read More]
A hearse brought the body of the public face of Churchill Downs back to the racetrack he loved. [Read More]
Every year the city of Jeffersonville picks two nominees to add to the Home of Champions wall honoring those who make an impact on the... [Read More]
A woman accused of attacking her landlord after he tried to evict her appeared in court Thursday. [Read More]
Kara Jewell was killed when a rock was rown through her car window on February 7th, 2017 in the Portland neighborhood. On Friday, two of... [Read More]
One of the oldest traditions at the state fair, the annual Kentucky Farm Bureau Breakfast and Auction drew thousands of people to celebrate Kentucky farmers... [Read More]
The Knights are back in action! The 670 Bellarmine University freshmen are visiting 27 locations throughout Louisville for various service projects before they start the... [Read More]
The Knights are back in action! The 670 Bellarmine University freshmen are visiting 27 locations throughout Louisville for various service projects before they start the... [Read More]
Working with your arms overhead all day can cause serious neck, back, and shoulder injuries, a reality for workers at the Ford Louisville Assembly Plant. The creators... [Read More]
Before the ribbon cutting ceremony, while the fairgrounds were still quiet, local farmers got together at the Commodity Breakfast. "The State Fair here is founded... [Read More]
The first day is always a busy one for parents, teachers and students trying to get into the swing of things for the new school... [Read More]
The first day is always a busy one for parents, teachers and students trying to get into the swing of things for the new school... [Read More]
MSD showed off the progress on its Waterway Protection Tunnel that's now 20 feet in diameter and, when done, four miles long. [Read More]
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