1 hr ago
Mayor challenges Louisville to Give a Day during week of service
LOUISVILLE, KY As volunteers built beds Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer challenged everyone in the community to give back on Wednesday.
Trending on the Topix Network
5 hrs ago
Audit of JCPS spending to be released by end of school year
There is new information about a probe into Jefferson County Public Schools and how they're spending your money.
9 hrs ago
GE tax incentives sail through House panel
Legislation that would extend about $15 million a year in state tax incentives to General Electric's Appliance Park was approved without dissent Thursday by the House budget committee.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Police: Woman stole and wrote checks on grandmother's account
LOUISVILLE, KY A woman has been charged with burglary after Louisville Metro Police say she stole and made out personal checks belonging to her grandmother.
Cities near Louisville try to grab Google's attention for fiber service
I've written quite a bit in the past few weeks about Louisville's efforts to attract super-fast fiber Internet service such as that provided by Google Inc. The Cincinnati Business Courier reported Tuesday that the Cincinnati City Council passed a motion to "take all necessary steps to pursue entry into the current national competition to bring ... (more)
WHO-AM Des Moines
Rand Paul's Extreme GOP Makeover
When Rand Paul spoke to a packed ballroom of conservative activists at CPAC last year, he tagged the Obama administration as "completely out of control."
Sunrise to Go: Wednesday, March 5
Click here for the complete list. 3. Tornado drill -- Today at 10:07 a.m., viewers will see an emergency test message on their television screens and hear emergency alert tones and sirens.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
'Kentucky is at a crossroads' - Heiner enters 2015 governor's race
After contemplating a gubernatorial run for seven months, Louisville real estate developer Hal Heiner made it official on Tuesday with announcements in Lexington, Hazard and Louisville.
Ford Next Generation Learning
The next generation of learning in Jefferson County Public Schools will focus on making learning relevant for students, and closing the skills gap between what students are learning and what employers need them to learn.
Louisville named Ford Next Generation Community, JCPS gets $100K grant
They're known for their vehicles, but Tuesday members of the Ford Motor Company Fund centered attention on Jefferson County Public Schools.
Coroner's office identifies victims who died in crash near Bowman Field
A 100 year sentence for Bernard Harris of Jeffersonville. Authorities say the 45-year-old started molesting a family member when she was just 12 years old.
Former UK basketball player among 2 killed in Taylorsville Rd. accident
A Jefferson County coroner said 23-year-old Germina Cruz and Kerry Benson, 24, were killed when police said their car hit ice and slid into a utility pole.
Ford program partners with JCPS to develop students' job skills
At Southern High School, students in a machine-tool career program are fabricating model rockets while using chemistry to learn about fuel, and algebra to calculate flight paths.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
For some schools, snow (almost always) still means go
March has brought 3 to 4 inches, mixed, of snow, sleet and ice. But fourth-grader Sophie Bowling was A-OK with her school's two-hour-delay.
June 11 will be JCPS' last makeup day
LOUISVILLE, Ky. The makeup days for students in Jefferson County just keep growing.
Kentycky road conditions update
All counties across KYTC's District 5, which includes Jefferson County, have snow and ice on the roads as of 10:00 a.m. Monday.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Heiner to announce run for Ky governor with Crosbie as running mate
Louisville real estate developer and former Metro Councilman Hal Heiner will announce Tuesday he is running for Kentucky governor, sources familiar with Heiner's plans confirm to WHAS11 News.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Kentucky attorney general likely to face criticism regardless of his decision on gay marriage
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway's pending decision whether to appeal a federal court ruling on gay marriage has the likely gubernatorial candidate facing political danger from all sides.
The Louisville Cardinal
Program helps at-risk youth accomplish college dreams
U of L is helping area students live their dreams of graduating college through Go College Louisville, a program that aims to increase the number of minority, first generation and low-income students attending college.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Final citizen workshops for MoveLouisville transportation plan start Monday
The last in a series of public workshops aimed at developing a 30-year plan for transportation improvements in Metro Louisville will start Monday.