Police targeting ‘unsafe behavior’ with fines for jaywalking, panhandling Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

Officers will fine jaywalkers and panhandlers who approach vehicles in the middle of the road up to $250.


Semi driver charged with murder after deadly crash in Franklin County, Kentucky Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

Kentucky State Police say Jerry Elder Jr. was driving distracted on Interstate 64 on Sept. 29 and slammed into Jeffrey Curtis' Jeep Liberty.

US senator questions Braidy Industries CEO about $200M Russian investment in Kentucky mill Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., sent a list of questions to Braidy Industries CEO Craig Bouchard about an investment from Russia.


New and improved Harvest Homecoming Festival kicks-off Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

As the popularity of the festival grows, so do the attractions, the turnout, and the list of things you can feast on.


Louisville AD Vince Tyra and others get ‘cleaned up’ at Woody’s Barber Shop grand opening Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

University of Louisville administration and coaches get hair cuts at the grand opening of a barbershop.


Kentucky transportation officials expanding Real ID access Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

So far in Kentucky, residents in Woodford, Franklin and Anderson counties can get the new form of identification.

Louisville Athletic Director VInce Tyra and others receive haircut at Woody’s Barber Shop Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

Wednesday marked the grand opening of Woody's Barber Shop in Louisville. University of Louisville Athletic Director Vince Tyra got the first haircut.


Driver in fatal Seneca Park golf cart crash indicted on murder charge Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

People who knew Schulz described him as active in the Catholic community in Louisville and as someone passionate about working with young people.


PETA asks Louisville pork plant to no longer accept pigs from farm after video shows abuse Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

PETA officials said the video taken at East Fork Farms in Jackson County was sent in by an anonymous whistleblower in September.


Kentucky teachers union calls for investigation into political emails sent to teachers Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

KEA's call to action comes less than a day after news that teachers in several districts received anti-Beshear emails.


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