Could you have an outstanding warrant and not know it? Lawmaker’s arrest raises question Friday, Sep 27 2019 

Kentucky Representative Reginald Meeks was arrested months after not appearing in court for a speeding ticket.

        

Brush fire near Heaven Hill put out 100 yards from bourbon warehouse in Bardstown Friday, Sep 27 2019 

Bardstown Fire Department is on the scene of a brush fire near Heaven Hill Distillery that broke out at 2 p.m. about 100 yards from the Bourbon Rickhouse at 1064 Loretto Road.

       

LMPD officer fired after kissing motorist in 2017 Friday, Sep 27 2019 

According to a termination letter obtained by WHAS11, Richard Barron was fired on September 20 .

        

As Louisville says goodbye to Jerry Lotz, the picker’s life goes up for auction Friday, Sep 27 2019 

Louisville's picker Jerry Lotz' collection goes on the auction block on Friday as friends and family remember him.

       

Jerry Lotz antique collection goes to auction in Louisville Friday, Sep 27 2019 

Jerry Lotz's antique collection went up for auction Friday, with family and friends remembering the man who made his life out of picking.

       

1955 St. Xavier High School graduate reunited with his long-lost class ring Friday, Sep 27 2019 

There was a secret lost in the dirt near the corner of Preston and Lynn Streets way back in 1955, buried and long forgotten.

About 200 march against LG&E pipeline planned near Bernheim Forest Friday, Sep 27 2019 

It was the largest public demonstration yet against the 12-mile gas transmission line LG&E wants to in Bullitt County.

US Department of Justice supports Indianapolis Archdiocese in firing of gay teacher Friday, Sep 27 2019 

The U.S. Justice Department filed a statement saying the First Amendment protects the right of the Archdiocese to apply Catholic doctrine.

       

Kentucky Politics Distilled: Judge Disqualified Over Facebook ‘Like’ Friday, Sep 27 2019 

This week in Kentucky politics, the Chief Justice John Minton appointed a new judge to preside over the teacher “sickout” lawsuit after a Facebook like. There was a shakeup on Gov. Matt Bevin’s campaign after a sparsely attended rally in Pikeville. And Kentucky’s congressmen responded to the impeachment inquiry of President Trump. We talk about it all this week on Kentucky Politics Distilled.

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Heat and heavy metal spark for a good time at day one of Louder Than Life Friday, Sep 27 2019 

Slipknot, Staind, A Day To Remember and other rock and metal bands took to the stage on day one of Louisville's Louder Than Life music festival.

       

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