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2 dead after Frankfort apartment fire

Mayor Layne Wilkerson said firefighters responded to Fieldstone at Frankfort Apartments around 8:30 a.m. Thursday. → Read More

Train, semi crash shuts down Hwy 44 in Bullitt County

Bullitt County dispatch confirmed a train hit a semi on Hwy 44. Shepherdsville Police are working the scene. → Read More

Louisville Free Public Library announces opening for new Middletown branch

The library's newest location at 12556 Shelbyville Road has an expected grand opening date of Monday, Nov. 15. → Read More

Snoop Dogg no longer coming to Louder Than Life

Louder Than Life announced the rapper has canceled all 2021 festival appearances, including the Louisville event. → Read More

Buffer zone painted outside Louisville abortion clinic

Patients who use the EMW clinic can now safely go in and out after an ordinance allowed a 10-foot buffer to be created that protesters can't go inside. → Read More

Kentucky lawmakers vote to override governor's vetoes on COVID-related bills

Lawmakers passed SB1 Thursday, changing the way Kentucky school districts handle COVID-19, and SB2, which would ban statewide mask mandates. → Read More

'Every hospital is bursting at the seams': National Guard deployed to UofL Hospital, Baptist Health as COVID patients surge

Gov. Andy Beshear announced more Kentucky National Guardsmen will be deployed to help health care systems — including two hospitals in Louisville. → Read More

All lanes of I-264 East blocked after crash near Cane Run Road

Metrosafe said a crash involving a pedestrian and one vehicle happened near the Cane Run Road exit at around 4:45 p.m. → Read More

LMPD officer hospitalized after accidental shooting

MetroSafe said they received report of an accidental shooting in the LMPD property room in the 600 block of Industry Road. → Read More

St. X student makes Louisville City FC's roster

Louisville City FC signed goalkeeper Alex Kron to a USL contract, making him available to play in Friday's game against FC Tulsa while keeping amateur status. → Read More

9-year-old dead after shooting in Newburg neighborhood

LMPD said a nine-year-old was taken to Norton Audubon Hospital before officers arrived at the scene of a shooting on Ailanthus Trail. → Read More

ER records show woman incarcerated at Indiana jail may have ingested poisonous substances before death

Tae'nesha Chappell, 23, died at Schneck Medical Center July 16 hours after being transported from the Jackson County Jail. → Read More

Meet the 6 Louisville area athletes going to the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games

Dallas Derringer, Justin Hale, Michaela Hickerson, Caitlin Roy, Austin Stine and Trevor Yates will all be a part of Team Kentucky's delegation in Orlando. → Read More

Why are some trees losing leaves early?

Some trees are likely stressed by dry conditions, causing premature color changes in leaves. → Read More

Zoneton Fire install Kentucky's second Safe Haven Baby Box

The Zoneton Fire Protection District will unveil the nation's 78th baby box on Aug. 30, 2021 in Bullitt County, Kentucky. → Read More

McConnell, Yarmuth and other lawmakers react to 'heartbreaking' Kabul attack

Mitch McConnell, John Yarmuth, Rand Paul and other leaders from Kentucky and Indiana reacted to news that 12 military members were killed in an attack in Kabul. → Read More

UPS raises starting pay for some employees

Starting pay for Next Day Air and Second Day Air employees is increasing. → Read More

Former LMPD officer accuses department of retaliation for reporting sex abuse in Explorer program

Paul Paris said the administration created a hostile work environment for him after he blew the whistle on sex abuse claims in the Youth Explorer program. → Read More

Students walk out of Moore one day after fight between teacher, student

Students at Marion C. Moore marched in protest one day after a teacher and student were involved in an altercation. JCPS said the teacher isn't on the property. → Read More

Former match teacher opens bakery in Louisville

Bori Sweets will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. → Read More