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One rural Kentucky health department is asking people to fill out a form if they are interested in getting the coronavirus vaccine. [Read More]
More than 3,600 people -- 70 and older -- received their COVID-19 vaccines with the help of UofL Health, but right now appointments are non-existent. [Read More]
A 32-year-old Louisville man was identified as the victim of a deadly shooting over the weekend in the Buechel neighborhood. [Read More]
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Maple Street Biscuit Co. is opening its first Louisville location this week. [Read More]
One of the attorneys representing the family of Breonna Taylor is suing the Louisville Metro Police Department, alleging that it is withholding body camera video... [Read More]
Another Kentuckian has been arrested by federal authorities in connection to the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. [Read More]
Hundreds of graduate students on Indiana University's Bloomington campus have signed a pledge to withhold payment of their mandatory student fees amid a push to... [Read More]
The Homeless Coalition of Southern Indiana has relocated its white flag emergency shelter from a Jeffersonville church to a New Albany hotel. [Read More]
The annual Homeless Street Count, put on by the Coalition for the Homeless -- on behalf of the Louisville Continuum of Care -- begins this... [Read More]
As the House prepares to bring the impeachment charge against former President Donald Trump to the Senate for trial, a growing number of Republican senators... [Read More]
The rain is going to be moving out, bringing drier weather for Tuesday. [Read More]
The Kentucky Wildcats will have an extremely difficult four-game stretch that includes four top 25 teams... [Read More]
As we've seen in recent months, a spotlight has been put on the strained relationship between the Black community and law enforcement. [Read More]
The team hopes to pour more than just coffee. They hope to pour love into their community. [Read More]
After surges from holiday gatherings and concerns about another to start off the new year, Kentucky's COVID-19 spread is seeing a downward trend. [Read More]
Louisville is launching a program that will help those in the metro pay for utility bills. [Read More]
New LMPD chief introduces new anti-racism doctrine: 'The Highlands test'... [Read More]
Watterson Expressway crash 1/25... [Read More]
A crash involving a tractor-trailer and a car is slowing down traffic on the Watterson Expressway through the Beechmont neighborhood. [Read More]
A south Louisville retail center has sold to a major local nonprofit that plans to use it for a new facility. [Read More]
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