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You've seen the memes of governor Andy Beshear exploding on the internet, but now people are using them for everything from making money to getting your new at-home "co-workers" to cooperate.
While the nation is going through the coronavirus pandemic some are still thinking of others.
Contact c ame at event last week, person later tested positive
Regional cooperation has been important, city and state leaders say.
Chase covers 40 miles late Thursday night.
The DOJ says a Kentucky wedding photographer who is challenging a gay rights law in Louisville is likely to succeed on her claim.
Singer James Hetfield says he’s dropping out of two Metallica gigs because he needs to prioritize his mental health.
Mike Bloomberg says he has plans to open presidential campaign offices in Louisville and Mayor Greg Fischer is the co-chair of his campaign
The bodies of two Louisville women and their twelve year old daughters that were killed in a head-on-crash in Missouri Friday.
Officials say two sites in Kentucky and two in Tennessee have been added to the U.S. Civil Rights Trail.
Firefighters say an adult and a child died in a Kentucky apartment fire that also injured a firefighter.
Planned Parenthood says its Louisville center received a provisional license from Kentucky officials, making it the second abortion provider in the state.
Officials said the number of travelers taking flights at the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport last year set a record.
A Louisville-based franchisee of nearly 100 restaurants will have to pay a fine for violating child labor laws, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
Three students in the state are semifinalists in NASA's contest to name a rover that will launch in Mars later this year.
Wyatt L. Williams, a man who fired a stray bullet that killed a 7-year-old boy in 2017, has pleaded guilty to federal gun charges.
Police say weathered human bones were discovered Wednesday in Louisville's Iroquois Park.
Police say Ashley Renee Meadows was last heard from on Dec. 24 around 7 p.m. as she was leaving Nashville, Tennessee on a bus headed to Louisville.
Kentucky high school teacher previously suspended for bullying and harassing students has been reassigned.
The Fayette County Coroner's Office says it needs help finding the family of 68-year-old Michael Kenneth Smith.