• Oldham County adjusts school calendar to make-up for lost days By WLKY   -   Apr 24, 2018

    OLDHAM COUNTY ADJUSTS SCHOOL CALENDAR TO MAKE-UP FOR LOST DAYS

    The Oldham County Board of Education adjusted the school calendar to make up for lost school days.

  • Grandmother found shot to death inside Northeast Jefferson County home By WLKY   -   Apr 24, 2018

    GRANDMOTHER FOUND SHOT TO DEATH INSIDE NORTHEAST JEFFERSON COUNTY HOME

    Louisville Metro Police are investigating a deadly shooting on Southern Meadows Drive at the Worthington Glen condominiums, near Brownsboro...

  • Rain chances continue overnight By WLKY   -   Apr 24, 2018

    RAIN CHANCES CONTINUE OVERNIGHT

    Chief Meteorologist Jay Cardosi with your forecast.

  • By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    WHAT SHOULD METRO LOUISVILLE SPEND MONEY ON?

  • Police investigating threat against Jennings County High School By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    POLICE INVESTIGATING THREAT AGAINST JENNINGS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

    A southern Indiana high school was put on lockdown Monday morning.

  • LMPD investigating deadly shooting near Norton Commons By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    LMPD INVESTIGATING DEADLY SHOOTING NEAR NORTON COMMONS

    Louisville Metro Police are investigating a shooting on Southern Meadows Drive.

  • 6-year-old struck by bus By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    6-YEAR-OLD STRUCK BY BUS

    A child waiting for his school bus was struck by a vehicle Monday morning in Elizabethtown.

  • Unity jam organizers get head start on second annual event By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    UNITY JAM ORGANIZERS GET HEAD START ON SECOND ANNUAL EVENT

    Norton Healthcare representatives and other key Unity Jam partners are starting early to make sure this year's Unity Jam goes off without...

  • Waffle House shooting suspect Travis Reinking in custody By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    WAFFLE HOUSE SHOOTING SUSPECT TRAVIS REINKING IN CUSTODY

    Police in Nashville say the man accused of killing four people when he opened fire at a Nashville-area Waffle House is now in custody.

  • Prince William brought Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the hospital to meet their new sibling By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    PRINCE WILLIAM BROUGHT PRINCE GEORGE AND PRINCESS CHARLOTTE TO THE HOSPITAL TO MEET THEIR NEW SIBLING

    The happy family united as a group of five for the first time ever.

  • Several pedestrians hit by van in Toronto By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    SEVERAL PEDESTRIANS HIT BY VAN IN TORONTO

    The van fled the scene, police said.

  • Local teenager helps gather medical supplies for people in Ghana By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    LOCAL TEENAGER HELPS GATHER MEDICAL SUPPLIES FOR PEOPLE IN GHANA

    A shipping container full of medical supplies will soon be headed to Ghana, thanks to a local teenager and the efforts of several groups.

  • Child hit by bus in Elizabethtown By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    CHILD HIT BY BUS IN ELIZABETHTOWN

    A 6-year-old boy was struck by a vehicle while waiting for school bus in Elizabethtown.

  • KDE interim commissioner to visit JCPS By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    KDE INTERIM COMMISSIONER TO VISIT JCPS

    The Kentucky Department of Education's new interim commissioner will visit Jefferson County Public Schools this week as part of an...

  • Airline passenger fined $500 after keeping free airline apple By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    AIRLINE PASSENGER FINED $500 AFTER KEEPING FREE AIRLINE APPLE

    One woman is trying to stomach a $500 fine for keeping a free airline snack.

  • Rare transplant gives 5-year-old boy new lease on life By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    RARE TRANSPLANT GIVES 5-YEAR-OLD BOY NEW LEASE ON LIFE

    Before Caleb Bynum even came into this world, doctors knew there was a problem with his heart.

    World
  • Mom's viral post highlights the possible dangers of car seat accessories By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    MOM'S VIRAL POST HIGHLIGHTS THE POSSIBLE DANGERS OF CAR SEAT ACCESSORIES

    "Unless it comes with your car seat or is intended for your specific car seat model by the manufacturer, avoid using it," one expert...

  • Final barges launch at Jeffboat By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    FINAL BARGES LAUNCH AT JEFFBOAT

    The final barges will roll off the assembly lines and into the Ohio River Monday as Jeffboat closes its doors for good.

  • Hepatitis A vaccination held in Hardin County By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    HEPATITIS A VACCINATION HELD IN HARDIN COUNTY

    A hepatitis A vaccination clinic will be held Monday at the Health Department in Elizabethtown.

    Health
  • Hepatitis A vaccination encouraged for Indiana residents traveling this summer By WLKY   -   Apr 23, 2018

    HEPATITIS A VACCINATION ENCOURAGED FOR INDIANA RESIDENTS TRAVELING THIS SUMMER

    Indiana health officials are advising any resident traveling to Kentucky or Michigan to get vaccinated for hepatitis A.

    Travel, Health