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As Indiana continues to see a surge in cases, Gov. Andy Beshear wants Kentuckians to be mindful about traveling to the Hoosier State. [Read More]
Metro council members claim the city has not turned over all documents related to a sex abuse scandal involving the LMPD's Explorer Program. [Read More]
New Frazier History Museum exhibit attracts historic mementos from across the state. [Read More]
The three candidates for Indiana governor were facing each other Tuesday night for their first of two scheduled televised debates, with Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb's... [Read More]
The KNOW Homelessness campaign is working to bring awareness to the homeless crisis in Louisville and Southern Indiana. [Read More]
"The company fundamentally changed how it measures quality since I departed, and the proof is in the pudding." [Read More]
Hybrid plan tested by many school districts in Kentucky... [Read More]
The Orionid meteor shower runs from Oct. 2 to Nov. 7, according to the American Meteor Society and will peak between midnight and dawn on... [Read More]
About an hour after a ruling was made public letting grand jurors speak about the Breonna Taylor case, the grand juror who filed the motion... [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]
A grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case will be able to speak publicly about what happened during the case. [Read More]
Get squeaky clean and scared this Halloween at the Thomas Car Wash's "CarnEvil." [Read More]
WLKY Meteorologist Matt Milosevich has rain in parts of the Tuesday forecast, and frequent changes in the 7-day. [Read More]
SWAT and the Hostage Negotiation Team responded... [Read More]
Brown tap water has been a problem for decades in Charlestown and this month officials are doing what they can to address it. [Read More]
Citizens became suspicious after the impersonators requested money for an ongoing investigation. [Read More]
The future of sports for Jefferson County Public Schools is uncertain as cases stay on the incline. [Read More]
Many southern Indiana voters are already casting their ballots early this year. [Read More]
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