Louisville falls to No. 25 Florida State, dropping second game in three days Monday, Jan 18 2021 

No. 25 Florida State led Louisville by as many as 24 points in a 78-65 win at the KFC Yum Center Monday night.


Louisville basketball falls to Florida State at the KFC Yum Center Monday, Jan 18 2021 

The Louisville Cardinals lost to the Florida State Seminoles in a Monday night game at the KFC Yum Center.


As crime spikes, Louisville leader pushes tool for those afraid of ‘snitch factor’ Monday, Jan 18 2021 

The tool provides people with a very anonymous way to send in crime tips.

Where Kentucky, Indiana are at in their COVID-19 vaccination rollout plans Monday, Jan 18 2021 

It is a question a lot of people want to know right now: When can I get my COVID-19 vaccine and where?

Kentucky 17-year-old becomes youngest elected official in the country Monday, Jan 18 2021 

Landin Stadnyk may not be old enough to vote for office holders, but he's a bit of a political veteran.

Madison man killed in crash in Jefferson County, Indiana Monday, Jan 18 2021 

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department responded to the two-vehicle accident in the 5000 block of Highway 421, near Madison, Indiana, around 7 p.m.

Interim chief of Zoneton Fire District ‘doing better’ after being hospitalized with COVID-19 Monday, Jan 18 2021 

The Shepherdsville community still in mourning following the death of Zoneton fire Chief Rob Orkies. Now, the acting chief is fighting for his life in the hospital after testing positive for COVID-19.

Bills fans pile on, donating more than $360,000 to Kentucky-based charity for Lamar Jackson Monday, Jan 18 2021 

Former U of L football great Lamar Jackson may be out of the playoffs, but Louisville still has a reason to celebrate.

Former Metro Corrections inmates file federal lawsuit against city of Louisville Monday, Jan 18 2021 

A federal judge ruled Friday that a class action lawsuit accusing Metro Corrections of keeping several inmates long past their court-ordered release dates can move forward.

‘Everything I had been told was a lie.’ Human trafficking survivor rebuilds her life, advocates for other Kentuckiana victims Monday, Jan 18 2021 

"She was abusive. Emotionally, physically, I will say physically because sometimes she locked me in the room and slapped me. She didn't feed me. She didn't pay me."


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