• 1 winner of Mega Millions $1B prize; 3rd largest ever in US By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    1 WINNER OF MEGA MILLIONS $1B PRIZE; 3RD LARGEST EVER IN US

    Friday night's drawing came two days after a ticket sold in Maryland matched all six numbers drawn and won a $731.1 million Powerball...

  • New Churchill Downs racetrack president says no plans to postpone Kentucky Derby again By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    NEW CHURCHILL DOWNS RACETRACK PRESIDENT SAYS NO PLANS TO POSTPONE KENTUCKY DERBY AGAIN

    After an unprecedented date change last year due to the coronavirus, Churchill Downs is standing by its May 1 date for this year's...

  • The Mega Millions jackpot is $1 billion; here are the winning numbers By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    THE MEGA MILLIONS JACKPOT IS $1 BILLION; HERE ARE THE WINNING NUMBERS

    The Mega Millions jackpot is estimated to be worth a staggering $1 billion .

  • COVID-19 forces cancellation of Cherokee Triangle Art Fair for 2nd year By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    COVID-19 FORCES CANCELLATION OF CHEROKEE TRIANGLE ART FAIR FOR 2ND YEAR

    A popular Louisville art show has been called off again due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • Monnik Beer Co. opens new brewery, taproom in southern Indiana By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    MONNIK BEER CO. OPENS NEW BREWERY, TAPROOM IN SOUTHERN INDIANA

    After more than a year in development, Monnik Beer Co. has finally opened the doors at its newest brewery and taproom.

  • Indiana COVID-19 deaths and cases down since December peak By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    INDIANA COVID-19 DEATHS AND CASES DOWN SINCE DECEMBER PEAK

    Gov. Eric Holcomb said Thursday that he might consider revisions to his executive order imposing crowd size limits based on each county's...

  • Flames tear through New Albany residence sending large plumes of smoke into sky By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    FLAMES TEAR THROUGH NEW ALBANY RESIDENCE SENDING LARGE PLUMES OF SMOKE INTO SKY

    The large fire was reported Friday afternoon in the 600 block of Vincennes Street, just blocks down from New Albany High School.

  • Former UofL basketball star becomes university ambassador By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    FORMER UOFL BASKETBALL STAR BECOMES UNIVERSITY AMBASSADOR

    Darrell Griffith will work closely with UofL President Dr. Neeli Bendapudi

  • Gov. Beshear honors COVID victims during flag planting ceremony By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    GOV. BESHEAR HONORS COVID VICTIMS DURING FLAG PLANTING CEREMONY

    Governor Andy Beshear and others took time to reflect on the lives lost in Kentucky during the pandemic.

  • Louisville entrepreneur to launch innovative product that turns backpack into desk By WLKY   -   Jan 23, 2021

    LOUISVILLE ENTREPRENEUR TO LAUNCH INNOVATIVE PRODUCT THAT TURNS BACKPACK INTO DESK

    In December, Louisville Urban League invested $123,000 to jumpstart the production of Besk, a backpack that turns into a portable desk.

  • Louisville man shares story of overcoming traumatic brain injury as teen By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    LOUISVILLE MAN SHARES STORY OF OVERCOMING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AS TEEN

    More than 15 years after nearly dying in a car crash, a local man is using his tragic story to give hope to others.

  • More affordable housing coming to Parkland as early as next year By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    MORE AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMING TO PARKLAND AS EARLY AS NEXT YEAR

    When speaking about the project, both Jackson and Robinson said development like this is essential for the area, especially as many...

  • A calm and cold night ahead By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    A CALM AND COLD NIGHT AHEAD

    WLKY Meteorologist Chris Johnson says calm and cold conditions settle in tonight before rain chances return late weekend.

  • Louisville International Airport optimistic about 2021 with vaccine 'key to recovery' By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    LOUISVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OPTIMISTIC ABOUT 2021 WITH VACCINE 'KEY TO RECOVERY'

    The Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport has already secured several new flights for the new year and is hopeful more will...

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  • Oldham County man gets 11-year sentence after selling drugs through dark web By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    OLDHAM COUNTY MAN GETS 11-YEAR SENTENCE AFTER SELLING DRUGS THROUGH DARK WEB

    The United State District Attorneys sentenced an Oldham County man at the helm of a multi-agency drug and money laundering scheme.

  • $1 billion Mega Millions prize up for grabs By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    $1 BILLION MEGA MILLIONS PRIZE UP FOR GRABS

    Feeling lucky? The jackpot for the Mega Millions lottery game has grown to $1 billion ahead of Friday night's drawing.

  • Here's why you should use hyaluronic acid in your skincare routine By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD USE HYALURONIC ACID IN YOUR SKINCARE ROUTINE

    Thirsty pores, meet your match! 💧

  • CDC still working on goal to double coronavirus sequences to expand hunt for mutations By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    CDC STILL WORKING ON GOAL TO DOUBLE CORONAVIRUS SEQUENCES TO EXPAND HUNT FOR MUTATIONS

    Hunting for new mutations is a critical part of combatting the spread of the virus.

  • New Jersey-based burrito chain opens first Louisville location By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    NEW JERSEY-BASED BURRITO CHAIN OPENS FIRST LOUISVILLE LOCATION

    A new-to-market burrito chain has just opened its first Louisville location.

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  • Couple married for 70 years dies from COVID-19 just days before appointment to get vaccine By WLKY   -   Jan 22, 2021

    COUPLE MARRIED FOR 70 YEARS DIES FROM COVID-19 JUST DAYS BEFORE APPOINTMENT TO GET VACCINE

    Dick and Shirley Meek passed away within minutes of each other.