Kentucky man charged for alleged Capitol riot involvement says officer told him, ‘It’s your house now’ Friday, Jan 15 2021 

When contacted by investigators, Robert Bauer said he and his wife traveled to Washington from Kentucky to President Donald Trump's rally on Jan. 6, according to an FBI special agent.

Police: Cashier shot at Shorty’s Food Mart during robbery Friday, Jan 15 2021 

The cashier, whose age and gender was unknown, was transported to University of Louisville Hospital with what is believed to be non life-threatening injuries.

Ball movement, balanced offense lifts Floyd Central to win over Jeffersonville Friday, Jan 15 2021 

Eight players scored for Floyd Central in its win over Jeffersonville Friday.

       

Southern Indiana foes square off as Floyd Central takes on Jeffersonville Friday, Jan 15 2021 

The Red Devils and the Highlanders took to the hardwood on Friday night in a game between two area rivals.

       

Three things we learned from Bellarmine’s 74-60 win over Florida Gulf Coast Friday, Jan 15 2021 

The Knights picked up their first ASUN win of year behind Ethan Claycomb and CJ Fleming combining for 34 points.

       

Police seize 500 heroin, fentanyl capsules in Jennings County Friday, Jan 15 2021 

The heroin and fentanyl capsules are estimated to be worth over $30,000, police say.

Outdoor recreation highlighted in Kentucky visitor’s guide Friday, Jan 15 2021 

Kentucky is home to 45 state parks that offer 300 miles of hiking trails and a variety of outdoor recreational activities, including golf, biking and more.

        

Sacred Heart rallies past Ryle in battle of top-10 girls basketball teams Friday, Jan 15 2021 

Sophomore guard Triniti Ralston scores 25 points to lead No. 7 Valkyries over No. 4 Raiders.

       

Sacred Heart takes on state power Ryle on Friday night Friday, Jan 15 2021 

The Valkyries and the Raiders faced off on Friday night in a what could be a preview of a Sweet 16 matchup.

       

Scammers taking advantage of confusion surrounding pandemic Friday, Jan 15 2021 

Reanna Smith-Hamblin, President and CEO of Better Business Bureau (BBB) Louisville, warns people 'if it's too good to be true, it probably isn't true.'

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