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Louisville, KY, United States

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Louisville high school senior accepted to more than 30 colleges across US

Kalah Neal wants to be a lawyer, and plenty of schools want to give her a chance. → Read More

Charlestown castle being prepared to host Southern Indiana Renaissance Festival

Lords and ladies of Kentuckiana, your castle awaits. Prepare thyself for a festival fit for royalty. → Read More

The 'Turtle Derby' lifted spirits long before the COVID-19 pandemic hit

Shell shocked? It's true. Turtles raced in the Derby City for the first time in 1945. → Read More

Scott County deputy recalls lassoing, rescuing sheep on the lam along I-65

Skylar Thompson has gotten the kind of call where ordinary can turn into life-changing in an instant. But for the Scott County sheriff's deputy, this was not one of those. → Read More

MSD reveals underground problem after road cave-in near the Highlands

People who live along East Breckinridge got a new unwanted neighbor this week, a big hole in the middle of the road. → Read More

Louisville travelers share horror story after more than 3,500 flights cancelled across US

Saturday and Sunday included 11 departures cancelled from Louisville. → Read More

Renovation of southern Indiana gym brings the 1930s and 40s back to life

What used to be the home of Catholic Community Center Comets games has been refurbished and will soon host different events. → Read More

JCPS superintendent recalls leadership lessons learned as Bob Knight's student manager at IU

From 1989-93, Marty Pollio worked under Bob Knight during his tenure at Indiana University. → Read More

Customers prepare to say 'Hola' to new Guacamole location in NuLu

The restaurant will open on National Margarita Day, Feb. 22. → Read More

Louisville Zoo orangutan delights social media, proves shell game isn't her only talent

Amber the orangutan is an internet darling after a video of her playing a game went viral. → Read More

Debate over sports betting in Kentucky heats up ahead of Super Bowl weekend

The American Gaming Association thinks the number of gamblers will be up 35%, resulting in more than 7.6 billion dollars wagered. → Read More

Floyd County educator known for jolly 'snow day calls' prepares to call it a career

Assistant Superintendent Bill Briscoe is retiring after 44 years with New Albany Floyd County Schools. → Read More

Mayor Fischer signs ordinances to tackle violence, homelessness, abandoned cars

The mayor put pen to paper Tuesday afternoon at Metro Hall. → Read More

Ultimate Cards fan creates decades of homemade history books about U of L sports

Larry Kinney started going to U of L games when they were still played at Manual Stadium in Louisville. → Read More

Louisville's Grinch delights Tik Tok, with millions of views and follows

You may have thought the Grinch lived in a cave on Mount Crumpit just north of Whoville. He actually calls a different "Ville" home. → Read More

McConnell on tornado damage: 'We'll help these great folks rebuild'

The senate minority leader reacts to the devastation caused by Friday's tornado outbreak. → Read More

Oldham County Police officer helps 6-year-old get over fear of police

"Any time he would hear a siren, he would just start crying, and be terrified." → Read More

After decades of searching, family's long lost cemetery is found at Fort Knox

It took almost 20 years to find. → Read More

TWINNING! Identical sisters retire from same southern Indiana bank on same day

Friday is their last official day on the job. → Read More

WWII veteran teaching boxing classes at Louisville YMCA

A Louisville boxer has his toughest competitor yet on the ropes, age. → Read More