• Dozens gather to celebrate life, legacy of late Louisville chef Dean Corbett By WLKY   -   Feb 21, 2019

    DOZENS GATHER TO CELEBRATE LIFE, LEGACY OF LATE LOUISVILLE CHEF DEAN CORBETT

    On Wednesday night, more than 60 chefs and others from the culinary community got together at The Olmstead for A Taste of Corbett's.

  • Child's 911 call helps police track down carjacking suspect By WLKY   -   Feb 21, 2019

    CHILD'S 911 CALL HELPS POLICE TRACK DOWN CARJACKING SUSPECT

    A Southern Indiana woman is behind bars after police say she stole an SUV with a child in the car.

  • Syracuse beats No. 18 Louisville 69-49 By WLKY   -   Feb 21, 2019

    SYRACUSE BEATS NO. 18 LOUISVILLE 69-49

    Elijah Hughes scored 18 points and Oshae Brissett had 16 to lead four players in double figures as Syracuse beat No. 18 Louisville...

  • Louisville chef from 'The Fat Lamb' Dallas McGarity wins Food Network's 'Chopped' By WLKY   -   Feb 21, 2019

    LOUISVILLE CHEF FROM 'THE FAT LAMB' DALLAS MCGARITY WINS FOOD NETWORK'S 'CHOPPED'

    He competed on the Food Network show Tuesday night. McGarity beat out three other chefs to take home the $10,000 prize.

    Food
  • Kentucky Derby Festival: Tour De Lou jersey unveiled By WLKY   -   Feb 21, 2019

    KENTUCKY DERBY FESTIVAL: TOUR DE LOU JERSEY UNVEILED

    In preparation for the sixth annual PNC Tour de Lou cycling event, the Kentucky Derby Festival unveiled the official jersey for cyclists...

    Cycling
  • Belski's Blog - This is the 9th rainiest February ever in Louisville By WLKY   -   Feb 21, 2019

    BELSKI'S BLOG - THIS IS THE 9TH RAINIEST FEBRUARY EVER IN LOUISVILLE

    Another soaker on Saturday

  • How much is an Oscar statue actually worth? By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    HOW MUCH IS AN OSCAR STATUE ACTUALLY WORTH?

    Plus 9 other facts you didn't know about the famed golden statuette.

  • Drier weather expected overnight through Thursday By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    DRIER WEATHER EXPECTED OVERNIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY

    The Bellarmine men's basketball program is preparing for its final home games of the regular season.

  • Indiana prosecutor says limiting depositions may help prosecute alleged child sexual abusers By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    INDIANA PROSECUTOR SAYS LIMITING DEPOSITIONS MAY HELP PROSECUTE ALLEGED CHILD SEXUAL ABUSERS

    When someone is on trial for child sex abuse, the victim often has to recount their story over and over.

  • Showers and laundry service provided for homeless in southern Jefferson County By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    SHOWERS AND LAUNDRY SERVICE PROVIDED FOR HOMELESS IN SOUTHERN JEFFERSON COUNTY

    Southend Street Angels teamed up with YMCA Safe Place to provided showers, meals, and laundry services to the homeless.

  • Senate Bill 70 advances to House to classify strangulation as felony By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    SENATE BILL 70 ADVANCES TO HOUSE TO CLASSIFY STRANGULATION AS FELONY

    Senate Bill 70 would make strangling someone a felony. Right now, strangulation is currently classified as a misdemeanor.

  • Mentoring program connects Iroquois High School students with male role models By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    MENTORING PROGRAM CONNECTS IROQUOIS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH MALE ROLE MODELS

    Students and mentors gathered for breakfast at the Iroquois High School gym Wednesday morning for its second annual Celebrate Us! Motivational...

  • Belski's Blog - Easter is very late this year By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    BELSKI'S BLOG - EASTER IS VERY LATE THIS YEAR

    15th latest in the last 365 years

  • Kentucky Kingdom hiring for 2019 season By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    KENTUCKY KINGDOM HIRING FOR 2019 SEASON

    If you're looking to make some extra money this summer, Kentucky Kingdom is now hiring.

  • Galt House gives update on multimillion-dollar renovation By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    GALT HOUSE GIVES UPDATE ON MULTIMILLION-DOLLAR RENOVATION

    The first newly renovated guest rooms at the Galt House are ready. It's all part of an $80 million renovation project that started...

  • Fundraiser gives people a chance to win bourbon from Jennifer Lawrence By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    FUNDRAISER GIVES PEOPLE A CHANCE TO WIN BOURBON FROM JENNIFER LAWRENCE

    This bottle of bourbon is from JLaw's private barrel and autographed.

  • IMAGES: Kentucky Humane Society Pets of the Week By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    IMAGES: KENTUCKY HUMANE SOCIETY PETS OF THE WEEK

    Check out adoptable animals from the Kentucky Humane Society.

  • Uploading your photos, videos has never been easier By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    UPLOADING YOUR PHOTOS, VIDEOS HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER

    Whether you're capturing crazy weather or your cute toddler, your stories, big and small, matter to us.

  • Man threatened to kill 93-year-old with blow torch, knife By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    MAN THREATENED TO KILL 93-YEAR-OLD WITH BLOW TORCH, KNIFE

    He threatened to burn the house down and told his German shepherd to attack another person at the home, police said.

  • Park Duvalle residents fed up after flooding repeatedly destroys property By WLKY   -   Feb 20, 2019

    PARK DUVALLE RESIDENTS FED UP AFTER FLOODING REPEATEDLY DESTROYS PROPERTY

    Residents in the Park Duvalle neighborhood in west Louisville said they've had enough of flooding after years of losing valuable property.