• 2 people shot during fight By WLKY   -   Jun 21, 2018

    2 PEOPLE SHOT DURING FIGHT

    A fight leads to gunfire injuring two people including a 16-year-old.

  • No injuries reported in vacant house fire By WLKY   -   Jun 21, 2018

    NO INJURIES REPORTED IN VACANT HOUSE FIRE

    A vacant home in West Louisville burst into flames Wednesday morning as firefighters rushed to the scene on South 22nd Street.

  • Unsettled Forecast By WLKY   -   Jun 21, 2018

    UNSETTLED FORECAST

    Chief Meteorologist Jay Cardosi with your forecast.

  • LouCity takes on Nashville SC By WLKY   -   Jun 21, 2018

    LOUCITY TAKES ON NASHVILLE SC

    The beat marches on for Louisville City FC in the U.S. Open Cup.

    U.S.
  • Scattered Showers Possible By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    SCATTERED SHOWERS POSSIBLE

    Chief Meteorologist Jay Cardosi with your forecast.

  • Alabama offers scholarship to 6'7”, 370-pound eighth-grader Kiyaunta Goodwin By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    ALABAMA OFFERS SCHOLARSHIP TO 6'7”, 370-POUND EIGHTH-GRADER KIYAUNTA GOODWIN

    Keep in mind that Goodwin hasn't played a single down of high school football yet!

  • Hardin County Board of Education feeding students during summer break By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    HARDIN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION FEEDING STUDENTS DURING SUMMER BREAK

    Although school is out, the Hardin County Board of Education is making sure students are fed during the summer break.

  • Fort Knox soldiers return home By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    FORT KNOX SOLDIERS RETURN HOME

    Tears of joy and shrieks of excitement filled the gym as these servicemen and women got to embrace their loved ones after nearly 200...

  • No injuries reported in vacant house fire By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    NO INJURIES REPORTED IN VACANT HOUSE FIRE

    A vacant home in West Louisville burst into flames Wednesday morning as firefighters rushed to the scene on South 22nd Street.

  • Health officials offer tips to stay safe in midst of food recalls By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    HEALTH OFFICIALS OFFER TIPS TO STAY SAFE IN MIDST OF FOOD RECALLS

    Several recent outbreaks related to contaminated food have affected dozens of people across the country.

    Health, Food
  • Louisville is first city in South to be named welcoming community By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    LOUISVILLE IS FIRST CITY IN SOUTH TO BE NAMED WELCOMING COMMUNITY

    Wednesday is World Refugee Day, and Louisville has been named a welcoming community.

    World
  • The hidden dangers of a headache By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    THE HIDDEN DANGERS OF A HEADACHE

    Here's what could be putting you at risk.

  • How to clone a dinosaur By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    HOW TO CLONE A DINOSAUR

    Jack Horner, a paleontologist who inspired a character in the original "Jurassic Park," says science is ready to resurrect the dinosaurs....

  • Scott County Council says it doesn't have funds for school resource officers By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    SCOTT COUNTY COUNCIL SAYS IT DOESN'T HAVE FUNDS FOR SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS

    The Scott County Council said Tuesday they did not have the funds to put school resource officers in three local elementary schools:...

  • Job fair for military members is coming soon By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    JOB FAIR FOR MILITARY MEMBERS IS COMING SOON

    A special job fair aimed at helping military members will be held Thursday at Fort Knox.

  • Cincinnati brewery cans pickle beer again By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    CINCINNATI BREWERY CANS PICKLE BEER AGAIN

    A Cincinnati brewery is canning pickle beer in collaboration with a hometown deli favorite.

  • UK, UofL players among NBA draft hopefuls By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    UK, UOFL PLAYERS AMONG NBA DRAFT HOPEFULS

    Several players from local colleges are hoping to hear their names called during the 2018 NBA draft in Brooklyn.

    NBA
  • Judge rules Kentucky's pension reform law unconstitutional By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    JUDGE RULES KENTUCKY'S PENSION REFORM LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL

    A circuit court judge has ruled Kentucky's pension reform law is unconstitutional.

  • How to jump-start a car By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    HOW TO JUMP-START A CAR

    It's never too late to learn.

  • Kate Spade New York to donate over $1 million to mental health causes By WLKY   -   Jun 20, 2018

    KATE SPADE NEW YORK TO DONATE OVER $1 MILLION TO MENTAL HEALTH CAUSES

    The foundation will be matching donations up to $100,000, too.

    Health