Louisville - Kentucky

Kentucky police seize air fryer containing 20 pounds of meth

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Police in Kentucky confiscated an unusual holiday gift from a suspect's home, about 20 pounds of meth that was shipped through the mail in an air fryer. Read more

'Papa John's' wife asks for divorce

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The wife of Papa John's founder John Schnatter filed for divorce on Thursday, claiming her marriage with the unemployed former pizza executive is "irretrievably broken."Read more

Louisville dog biscuit maker focused on changing employees' lives

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The Wigglewow Dog House provides jobs for people with special needs.Read more


Louisville man arrested for secretly recording women at tanning salon

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A man in Louisville is accused secretly filming women at a tanning salon.Read more

Suit asks court to allow Kentucky wedding photographer to refuse same-sex clients

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The plaintiff doesn’t want to take photos of same-sex weddings and asserted a local "fairness law" violates her constitutional rights.Read more

Police chief: Gunman at Louisville Kroger shot, killed

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A Kentucky police chief says officers responding to reports of an active shooter at a Louisville supermarket shot and killed a man with a gun.Read more

Lane closures begin on I-65 bridge into Louisville

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Lane closures on the I-65 Kennedy Bridgeinto Louisville will begin with the right three lanes on Nov. 8.Read more

Police: Man beat sister with pan, killed his dad with crossbow

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Police say a Kentucky man hit his sister with a frying pan and then fatally shot his father with a crossbow.Read more

Metallica to headline Louisville music festival with two performances

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Metallica will be the star of the show at a Louisville music festival next summer.Read more


Indiana woman files federal lawsuit over Riverlink bills

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Louisville Jack O'Lantern Spectacular returns Oct. 8

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Five-thousand carved pumpkins will line a train near Iroquois Amphitheater in Louisville from Oct. 8 through Nov. 3.Read more