Louisville FD working to keep crews healthy physically & mentally

LOUISVILLE FD WORKING TO KEEP CREWS HEALTHY PHYSICALLY & MENTALLY

The Fire Department has changed their operations and is offering additional resources to keep crews safe and healthy during the COVID-19...

Louisville Running Company hosting event to raise money for COVID-19 relief

LOUISVILLE RUNNING COMPANY HOSTING EVENT TO RAISE MONEY FOR COVID-19 RELIEF

Lou2Lex Virtual Ultra also provides a way for people to stay in shape

 
 
 
Gov. Beshear included in lawsuit over new Voter ID law in upcoming Nov. election

GOV. BESHEAR INCLUDED IN LAWSUIT OVER NEW VOTER ID LAW IN UPCOMING NOV. ELECTION

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear and Secretary of State Michael Adams are named in a lawsuit filed Monday over the state's new Voter ID requirements....

Bardstown Bourbon Company announces expansion, bringing dozens of new jobs to the area

BARDSTOWN BOURBON COMPANY ANNOUNCES EXPANSION, BRINGING DOZENS OF NEW JOBS TO THE AREA

The Bardstown Bourbon Company announces a major expansion, bringing more than two dozen new jobs to the area.

 
 
 
Kentucky House Democrats calling on censure on Rep. Maddox over protests, past tweets

KENTUCKY HOUSE DEMOCRATS CALLING ON CENSURE ON REP. MADDOX OVER PROTESTS, PAST TWEETS

They say representative Savannah Maddox's role earlier this month at a rally in Frankfort set the stage for Sunday's protest where...

Belski's Blog- Bertha one of the shortest lived tropical storms ever

BELSKI'S BLOG- BERTHA ONE OF THE SHORTEST LIVED TROPICAL STORMS EVER

50 mph at peak

 
 
 
Kentucky COVID-19 cases continue to decline, Gov. Beshear says

KENTUCKY COVID-19 CASES CONTINUE TO DECLINE, GOV. BESHEAR SAYS

Flattening the curve has been the motto as the coronavirus continues to spread through communities.

Video shows adults, kids posing for photos on massive Hilton Head gator before it's euthanized

VIDEO SHOWS ADULTS, KIDS POSING FOR PHOTOS ON MASSIVE HILTON HEAD GATOR BEFORE IT'S EUTHANIZED

Countless adults and children were seen taking turns sitting on the animal's back, many of them posing for photos.

 
 
 
JCPS revamps summer learning programs amid outbreak

JCPS REVAMPS SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS AMID OUTBREAK

Computers, Wi-Fi hotspots will be provided for summer participants

Nationwide projections indicate food insecurity will continue 8-12 months

NATIONWIDE PROJECTIONS INDICATE FOOD INSECURITY WILL CONTINUE 8-12 MONTHS

According to Feeding America, the increased demand as a result of Covid-19 will continue at least until the end of the year.

 
 
 
Passenger walks away from almost $139K after being questioned at Boston airport

PASSENGER WALKS AWAY FROM ALMOST $139K AFTER BEING QUESTIONED AT BOSTON AIRPORT

The man originally claimed it was just $1,500, state police said.

COVID-19 testing event aimed at helping Latino Community

COVID-19 TESTING EVENT AIMED AT HELPING LATINO COMMUNITY

Wednesday, more than 300 people showed up at St. Rita's Catholic Church where Norton Healthcare partnered with Latino community members...

 
 
 
Louisville mother, 2 kids killed in crash had just left her birthday party

LOUISVILLE MOTHER, 2 KIDS KILLED IN CRASH HAD JUST LEFT HER BIRTHDAY PARTY

A crash in Meade County resulted in the death of a Louisville mother and her two children.

Belski's Blog - Should the dates change for hurricane season

BELSKI'S BLOG - SHOULD THE DATES CHANGE FOR HURRICANE SEASON

Hurricane season starts June 1

 
 
 
5-day Keeneland Summer Meet approved, without spectators

5-DAY KEENELAND SUMMER MEET APPROVED, WITHOUT SPECTATORS

The Keeneland Summer Meet will happen this July - without spectators.

A turtle smashed through a woman's windshield while she was driving on the highway

A TURTLE SMASHED THROUGH A WOMAN'S WINDSHIELD WHILE SHE WAS DRIVING ON THE HIGHWAY

A woman in Georgia was left shell shocked when a turtle went flying across the highway and through her windshield, nearly striking...

 
 
 
Open for Business: Fleur de Flea Vintage Market in Paristown Pointe

OPEN FOR BUSINESS: FLEUR DE FLEA VINTAGE MARKET IN PARISTOWN POINTE

Fleur de Flea will re-open on Thursday, but will continue to offer curbside pick-up for items purchased online.

Rain and storm chances continue Wednesday

RAIN AND STORM CHANCES CONTINUE WEDNESDAY

WLKY Meteorologist Matt Milosevich has the latest on rain and storm chances in the forecast through the end of the week.

 
 
 
Body of missing 5-year-old boy recovered from lake near Ohio campground

BODY OF MISSING 5-YEAR-OLD BOY RECOVERED FROM LAKE NEAR OHIO CAMPGROUND

The body of 5-year-old Cameron Walters was found Tuesday evening, more than 24 hours after he was reported missing from an Adams County...

Tropical Storm Bertha forms near South Carolina

TROPICAL STORM BERTHA FORMS NEAR SOUTH CAROLINA

Bertha is churning off the Southeast coast and is expected to bring gusty winds and heavy rain to parts of the Carolinas and Virginia...

 
 
 



Violence again rocks Minneapolis after man's death; 1 killed

Violence again rocks Minneapolis after man's death; 1 killed

A man was shot to death as violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody rocked Minneapolis for a second straight night Wednesday, with protesters looting... Read more ...

Historic SpaceX astronaut launch scrubbed

Historic SpaceX astronaut launch scrubbed

SpaceX and NASA have scrubbed Wednesday's attempt at launching astronauts from American soil for the first time since 2011. Read more ...

Poll shows half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine

Poll shows half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine

Only about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working to create one succeed, a new poll finds. Read more ...

3-year-old honored for saving neighbor's life

3-year-old honored for saving neighbor's life

The Hampton Police Department's lifesaving award is usually given to an officer for heroic actions in the line of duty, but Wednesday, it was given to a 3-year-old boy. Read more ...

LeBron James joins chorus of athletes speaking out about killing of George Floyd

LeBron James joins chorus of athletes speaking out about killing of George Floyd

NBA superstar LeBron James has joined the chorus of notable high-profile athletes who have voiced their outrage over the death of George Floyd. Read more ...

NASA chief ‘all in' for Tom Cruise to film on International Space Station

NASA chief ‘all in' for Tom Cruise to film on International Space Station

The International Space Station could become the set of Tom Cruise's next high-flying flick. Read more ...

Disney proposes mid-July reopening of theme parks

Disney proposes mid-July reopening of theme parks

Walt Disney World officials proposed a plan on Wednesday that would allow it to begin reopening theme parks on July 11. Read more ...

Protesters rally in support of George Floyd in Sacramento

Protesters rally in support of George Floyd in Sacramento

Dozens of people protested in Sacramento Wednesday night against the death of a black man in Minneapolis police custody. Read more ...

Passenger walks away from almost $139K after being questioned at Boston airport

Passenger walks away from almost $139K after being questioned at Boston airport

The man originally claimed it was just $1,500, state police said. Read more ...

Black Lives Matter protestors march through downtown L.A., block 101 Fwy

Black Lives Matter protestors march through downtown L.A., block 101 Fwy

Protestors took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles Wednesday in a demonstration in the name of George Floyd, a black man who died after being pinned beneath a Minneapolis... Read more ...