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Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders will be in Kentucky on Sunday.
Louisville has named Norton Healthcare as the Cardinals' official health care provider.
President Trump will be in Louisville Wednesday for the 75th annual AMVETS national convention.
Police in Kentucky say a 1-year-old boy has died after falling into a pool.
Louisville police respond to domestic dispute call Tuesday night
All veterans and active duty military members can receive free tickets to the 11-day festival thanks to a partnership with Vet Tix.
News outlets report 29-year-old Cane L. Madden was arrested Saturday on charges of first-degree rape, assault and robbery.
Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan traveled to Kentucky to call on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to bring House-backed gun regulation bills to the U.S. Senate floor for a vote.
Democratic candidate for governor Andy Beshear and Republican incumbent Matt Bevin have agreed to five televised debates this fall.
Louisville police responded to a report of a child inside a dog's mouth in May. Authorities said the child later died from blunt force injuries.
Authorities say a car involved in a crash was pushed off a road and into two Louisville Water workers, killing one of them.
The decision comes as school districts around the state work to meet requirements of a new school safety law.
Seventy-two-year-old Joseph Kurtz has served as archbishop since 2007.
Guests will be served a meal, cocktail prepared with hemp products by local chef Adam Burress, along with presentations by guest speakers.
Track officials say Churchill paid a record $32.2 million in prize money to horsemen during its recently ended spring meet.
Louisville Metro Police say they arrested three teenage boys, ages 14 to 17. Their charges weren't immediately specified.
The Louisville Metro Council has passed an ordinance declaring marijuana possession a low priority for officers.
Louisville woman accused of attacking 82-year-old anti-abortion protester while leaving a woman's clinic
A judge has ruled Kentucky police coerced a man into allowing officers to search his car, leading to charges.
Federal prosecutors in Kentucky's largest city have announced charges against 20 people accused of firearms violations.