Denny Crum joins UofL for ceremonial groundbreaking on residence hall named after him

DENNY CRUM JOINS UOFL FOR CEREMONIAL GROUNDBREAKING ON RESIDENCE HALL NAMED AFTER HIM

The University of Louisville had a special way to celebrate Denny Crum's 84th birthday.

Lonnie Ali takes first COVID shot in public, encourages public to do the same

LONNIE ALI TAKES FIRST COVID SHOT IN PUBLIC, ENCOURAGES PUBLIC TO DO THE SAME

Muhammad Ali's widow took her first COVID vaccine shot in public, in hopes of encouraging others to do the same.

 
 
 
Retired LMPD officer George Rodman enters race for Jefferson County Sherriff

RETIRED LMPD OFFICER GEORGE RODMAN ENTERS RACE FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERRIFF

A candidate has entered the race to become the next Jefferson County sheriff.

Kentucky bill would allow high school seniors to repeat year, get another season of sports

KENTUCKY BILL WOULD ALLOW HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS TO REPEAT YEAR, GET ANOTHER SEASON OF SPORTS

Kentucky lawmakers are advancing a bill that would allow high school seniors to repeat another year and still remain eligible for athletics...

 
 
 
Family of Louisville father, daughter fatally shot seek answers, end to senseless killings

FAMILY OF LOUISVILLE FATHER, DAUGHTER FATALLY SHOT SEEK ANSWERS, END TO SENSELESS KILLINGS

Community activists joined the family at Shawnee Park on Tuesday to map out their own solutions to the gunfire that continues to plague...

Louisville girl launches snack subscription service for diabetics

LOUISVILLE GIRL LAUNCHES SNACK SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE FOR DIABETICS

17-year-old Riley Mayberry recently launched, "Riley's Pantry" a subscription service that includes curated snacks catered to diabetics.

 
 
 
Louisville-area finally 'tip toes' out of COVID-19 red zone

LOUISVILLE-AREA FINALLY 'TIP TOES' OUT OF COVID-19 RED ZONE

Louisville's associate medical director said Tuesday that the area is finally out of what is considered the “red zone” for COVID-19...

Elizabethtown man sentenced to 25 years in prison for sex crimes involving children

ELIZABETHTOWN MAN SENTENCED TO 25 YEARS IN PRISON FOR SEX CRIMES INVOLVING CHILDREN

An Elizabethtown man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison followed by lifetime supervised release for his exploitation of underage...

 
 
 
Longtime cheer coach of teen killed in Dixie Highway crash: 'She lit up the room'

LONGTIME CHEER COACH OF TEEN KILLED IN DIXIE HIGHWAY CRASH: 'SHE LIT UP THE ROOM'

A teenage girl is dead after being struck by a wrong-way driver in Louisville.

Ethan the dog reunites with 11-year-old who helped save his life

ETHAN THE DOG REUNITES WITH 11-YEAR-OLD WHO HELPED SAVE HIS LIFE

The story of Ethan the dog just gets better and better.

 
 
 
UofL women's basketball star Dana Evans is ACC Player of the Year again

UOFL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL STAR DANA EVANS IS ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR AGAIN

University of Louisville guard Dana Evans has done it again.

On this day: In 2012, tornado outbreak left trail of destruction in Kentucky, Indiana

ON THIS DAY: IN 2012, TORNADO OUTBREAK LEFT TRAIL OF DESTRUCTION IN KENTUCKY, INDIANA

 
 
 

10 SYMPTOMS OF SPRING ALLERGIES YOU SHOULDN'T IGNORE

You know about the sniffles and sneezing, but there's a lot more to it than that.

UofL women's basketball star Dana Evans is ACC Player of the Year again

UOFL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL STAR DANA EVANS IS ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR AGAIN

She was given the title last season as well!

 
 
 
Indiana lowers vaccine age to 55, adds 3 mass vaccine sites for new shot

INDIANA LOWERS VACCINE AGE TO 55, ADDS 3 MASS VACCINE SITES FOR NEW SHOT

One of the mass clinics is in Sellersburg.

Sunny skies but rising rivers

SUNNY SKIES BUT RISING RIVERS

WLKY Meteorologist Matt Milosevich has a dry forecast but rivers across the region continue to rise.

 
 
 
Louisville on pace for another record breaking year of homicides after deadly Jan. & Feb

LOUISVILLE ON PACE FOR ANOTHER RECORD BREAKING YEAR OF HOMICIDES AFTER DEADLY JAN. & FEB

Just two months into 2021, The city of Louisville is on pace to have another record breaking year for murders.

Minimum wage hike all but dead in big COVID relief bill

MINIMUM WAGE HIKE ALL BUT DEAD IN BIG COVID RELIEF BILL

Democrats' hopes of including a minimum wage increase in their $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill seemed all but dead Monday as the...

 
 
 
LMPD: Teen girl killed after head-on crash with man who tried to flee scene in PRP

LMPD: TEEN GIRL KILLED AFTER HEAD-ON CRASH WITH MAN WHO TRIED TO FLEE SCENE IN PRP

A teen girl is dead after a head-on crash with a man who tried to flee the scene Monday in Pleasure Ridge Park, police said.

'Downtown Strong' initiative aims to revitalize downtown Louisville area, kick-start tourism

'DOWNTOWN STRONG' INITIATIVE AIMS TO REVITALIZE DOWNTOWN LOUISVILLE AREA, KICK-START TOURISM

A new initiative dubbed "Downtown Strong" is aimed at kick-starting tourism in the downtown area while also revitalizing the neighborhood.

 
 
 



Tanden withdraws as Biden's budget chief pick

Tanden withdraws as Biden's budget chief pick

President Joe Biden is withdrawing Neera Tanden's nomination to be his budget director, Biden said in a statement on Tuesday evening. Tanden faced opposition from at least one... Read more ...

Biden ‘accepts' Neera Tanden's withdrawal after toxic OMB nominee fails to...

Biden ‘accepts' Neera Tanden's withdrawal after toxic OMB nominee fails to win support, promises her administration ‘role' anyway

US President Joe Biden praised Neera Tanden, the controversial nominee to head the Office of Management and Budget, and said she'll serve him in some other capacity after... Read more ...

White House pulls Neera Tanden nomination to lead OMB after storm over tweets

White House pulls Neera Tanden nomination to lead OMB after storm over tweets

The White House on Tuesday said that it was withdrawing Neera Tanden's nomination to be White House budget director. President Biden presented the withdrawal as Tanden's idea... Read more ...

Hospitals mark 1 year on front lines of COVID-19 pandemic in NH

Hospitals mark 1 year on front lines of COVID-19 pandemic in NH

The first case of COVID-19 in New Hampshire was confirmed one year ago, and since then, hospitals have been on the front line of the pandemic. Read more ...

FBI chief Wray calls Jan. 6 'domestic terrorism'

FBI chief Wray calls Jan. 6 'domestic terrorism'

FBI Director Chris Wray condemned the January riot at the U.S. Capitol as "domestic terrorism" Tuesday as he defended the bureau's handling of intelligence indicating the... Read more ...

Dr. Beth Daly Q&A: Should certain medications be avoided, and future vaccine...

Dr. Beth Daly Q&A: Should certain medications be avoided, and future vaccine development

Dr. Beth Daly answers questions on whether certain medications should be avoided before being vaccinated, and on the future of COVID-19 vaccine development Read more ...

‘Mass murder' and ‘reckless': Texas ending mask mandates triggers Democrat...

‘Mass murder' and ‘reckless': Texas ending mask mandates triggers Democrat meltdown

The announcement by Governor Greg Abbott that Texas will fully reopen next week is drawing backlash from mask mandate champions such as his California colleague Gavin Newsom... Read more ...

Dolly Parton gets first vaccine dose, calls anti-vaxxers ‘cowards'

Dolly Parton gets first vaccine dose, calls anti-vaxxers ‘cowards'

The Queen of Country has been vaccinated. Read more ...

NY state to start administering Johnson & Johnson COVID vax this week

NY state to start administering Johnson & Johnson COVID vax this week

New York will start administering Johnson & Johnson's single-dose coronavirus shot this week at three of the state's mass vaccination sites, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced... Read more ...

Biden's Commerce Secretary, Gina Raimondo, Confirmed By Senate

Biden's Commerce Secretary, Gina Raimondo, Confirmed By Senate

Gov. Gina Raimondo, the first woman to lead Rhode Island, is cutting short a second term as governor to oversee an eclectic portfolio of U.S. Commerce Department agencies... Read more ...