Space heater safety | Here’s what you should and shouldn’t do when using a portable heater at home Saturday, Jan 15 2022 

The U.S. Department of Energy said small space heaters cause an estimated 25,000 residential fires every year.

        

Turn your home into a ‘warming station’ during a winter power outage Saturday, Jan 15 2022 

Find out how to turn your home into a "warming station" during a winter power outage.

        

Why is black ice so dangerous? Friday, Jan 14 2022 

Everybody talks about 'black ice' whenever snow, or rain and freezing temperatures happens, but what is it exactly?

        

‘He cared about his kids:’ Jeffersonville father dies from COVID, local agencies honor him at his home Friday, Jan 14 2022 

Jesse Hyers worked as a communication and light engineer for Jeffersonville. He installed the latest equipment on city vehicles like police cars and fire trucks.

        

Louisville doctor goes viral with tweet advising against drinking urine to treat COVID Friday, Jan 14 2022 

When he saw a report going around the internet that wasn't true, Dr. Jon Klein, a kidney doctor, couldn't resist responding.

        

Heavy snow will likely miss the majority of Kentuckiana Friday, Jan 14 2022 

A tricky winter storm system will likely dump snow in southern and eastern Kentucky, but Louisville and Indiana will likely not see much accumulation.

        

Here’s how Kentucky plans to use DOJ funding for its state police sexual assault investigative team Friday, Jan 14 2022 

The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded grant funding to expand the sexual assault kit initiative in Kentucky.

        

Circuit Court Clerk issues last driver’s license at Bowman Field branch as operations transition to KYTC Wednesday, Jan 12 2022 

Licenses will still be available at Bowman Field, but the process will be run by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet rather than the Circuit Court Clerk.

        

Man charged with gruesome death of Clarksville woman will stand trial, prosecutor says Wednesday, Jan 12 2022 

Brian Williams, accused of killing 67-year-old Melody Gambetty, underwent a psychological examination to determine if he had any intellectual disabilities.

        

COVID-19 test site in Louisville church parking lot raise questions after delay in results Tuesday, Jan 11 2022 

An LMPHW team is assisting the state in looking into this matter, but the WHAS11 FOCUS team did its own investigation after seeing complaints on Nextdoor.

        

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