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A rare sight in the night sky... [Read More]
Landmark of Iroquois Park creates safe way for visitors to show residents they care... [Read More]
While nonessential businesses are closed because of COVID-19, one local company is figuring out a way to make a difference for health care workers. [Read More]
The family wants more families affected by COVID-19 to know about this app... [Read More]
Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order Thursday to reduce the state's inmate population and 186 prisoners have had their sentences commutated. [Read More]
Imagine opening your business on the same day the governor orders it closed due to COVID-19. [Read More]
T?he McFarland family is spreading laughter around the world during this coronavirus pandemic with their Tik Tok's. [Read More]
Kentuckians are honoring those lives lost due to COVID-19 by displaying the color green - the color of compassion. [Read More]
JD Shelburne utilizing Facebook to perform for fans... [Read More]
Hearst Television participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. [Read More]
It's a tiny symbol uniting health care workers everywhere. [Read More]
New payroll loan program opens Friday... [Read More]
The fairgrounds, located in Louisville, will hold at least 2,000 hospital beds. [Read More]
Louisville nonprofit WaterStep is providing several of its patented BleachMakers to help homeless shelters, nonprofit organizations, hospitals and emergency providers combat the spread of COVID-19. [Read More]
So far, four people have been forced by the law to stay at home and self-isolate. [Read More]
A southern Indiana animal facility has been making headlines for months and now its owner finds himself in a different spotlight. [Read More]
Clarksville is making a change to carry on an annual Easter tradition. [Read More]
Workers at GE Appliances may soon vote on whether to strike, as their union continues to raise concerns about the company's response to the coronavirus... [Read More]
During his daily briefing Wednesday, Gov. Andy Beshear addressed the many complaints his office has received regarding unemployment. [Read More]
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