4 hrs ago
Louisville Democrats to begin $10.10 minimum wage push
As soon as next week, three Metro Council Democrats will roll out their plan to raise Louisville's minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.
17 hrs ago
Steel Technologies to finish consolidation at ShelbyHurst next year
Steel Technologies , a Louisville-based processor of flat-rolled steel, will consolidate its three Louisville locations by mid-2015, said Michelle Cabbage , the company's director of corporate development and finance.
23 hrs ago
Good morning! It's 75 degrees in Louisville this morning, and Sunrise to Go is ready to read
Here are 10 things Kentuckiana will be talking about today: 1: Hot: The heat and humidity stick around this week with highs remaining in the 90s for the work week.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
In letter to Metro Council, Jeff. Co. Attorney says council may implement minimum wage
Apple says a very small percentage of iPhone 5s may suddenly experience shorter battery life or need to be charged more often.
Ricky Kelly pleads not guilty to murder charge
A man once charged with eight murders in Louisville has been arraigned again in state court with heavy security at the Jefferson County Judicial Center.
Kentucky Telco plans a new branch on Dixie Highway
The new branch is still in the very early stages of development and is expected to open in the fourth quarter of next year, said Richard Reese , president and CEO of Kentucky Telco.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
U of L classes set to begin Monday
Louisville star receiver DeVante Parker was scheduled to travel to Charlotte Sunday to visit Dr. Robert Anderson, a specialist for foot and ankle injuries.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Comedy show to benefit area nonprofit organization
Sunday night a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering people with disabilities is hosting University of Louisville graduate and comedian Keith McGill for a fundraising event.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Apartment building tenants share sewage due to plumbing issues
Police say a Mt. Washington man is facing robbery and kidnapping charges after he broke into a home, tied up three residents inside and robbed them.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Alleyne Danhauer, Adair Co., KY native She was a graduate of Columbia High School, Western Kentucky University, and UofL.
Play about Muhammad Ali's Louisville roots set to open in January
"And in this corner... Cassius Clay" is a familiar opening line to old boxing fans and is the title of a new play about the childhood of "The Greatest", Muhammad Ali.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Co-defendant in slaying case takes plea deal in drug case
Now, his co-defendant, who stood of accused of paying Kelly to kill Jackson, has a chance to have his case dismissed.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Iroquois Park's Northern Overlook to forego redesign
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Iroquois Park is the oldest of Louisville's big 3 city parks. The Louisville Metro Parks Department presented a design recommendation for the Northern Overlook in Iroquois Park which dates back to 1891.
Is the Deadbeat show co-host a deadbeat?
It's a TV show with attitude, with lines like these from the show's hosts: "Mo' drama for your momma," "he's a landscaper but he hasn't been planting any coin in his baby momma's pocket," "he better start delivering the money or he's gonna spend more days in jail."
Louisville-area police defend against 'militarization' criticism
Jefferson County law enforcement agencies have received hundreds of items, from body armor to sleeping bags, through a military surplus program.
Kertis Creative makes its home in Smoketown
Since Kertis Creative LLC moved its offices from Nulu to Smoketown nearly two years ago, owner Stephen Kertis and his team have "chipped away" at renovating the three-story building, making it a home for the digital agency.
#dosomething: Ford, UAW use construction skills to benefit community
Instead of building cars and trucks, Ford workers and UAW 862 members are using their construction skills for the greater good.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Arcade Ave. homicide victim ID'd
A man who was shot and killed behind a vacant apartment complex late on the night of Aug. 15 has been identified.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Coroner identifies 18-year-old killed on Routt Road
The Jefferson County Coroner's office released the identity of the 18-year-old shot and killed in the 7000 block of Routt Road Saturday.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Louisville police respond to "Purge" fliers
A flier for a proposed "Purge" in Louisville is getting the attention of the FBI, local police departments, and even Jefferson County Public Schools.