Baffert: Medina Spirit’s failed drug test could be linked to anti-fungal ointment Tuesday, May 11 2021 

Baffert said he was informed Monday that betamethasone is an ingredient in Otomax, an ointment used on the 3-year-old colt.

        

History of Mother’s Day: Why we celebrate moms on the second Sunday in May Saturday, May 8 2021 

In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson made Mother's Day a national holiday to be observed on the second Sunday in May.

        

Cicadas are on their way in Kentucky; should you protect your trees? Friday, May 7 2021 

The cicadas known as Brood X usually stay around for six to eight weeks before they head back underground for another 17 years.

        

‘I feel sad because I don’t understand’: Family doesn’t feel safe after anti-Asian hate messages painted on house Tuesday, Apr 27 2021 

They have always felt safe in their neighborhood, until now.

        

Indiana man arrested after drugs, alleged stolen items found in storage units Saturday, Apr 24 2021 

Police located several drugs and alleged stolen items inside of four storage units in Seymour.

        

Kentucky Derby 147 contenders glad to be back at Churchill Downs; Midnight Bourbon’s tense 40 seconds on the backside Tuesday, Apr 20 2021 

Todd Pletcher who has started more horses in the Kentucky Derby than anyone has four contenders this year.

        

‘I love this neighborhood, I’ma miss it’: Louisville grandma nearly shot in her home while sleeping Tuesday, Apr 20 2021 

A Louisville mother who babysits her grandchildren is moving after bullet lands in her pillowcase while she was sleeping.

        

Portion of Baxter Ave in Louisville closed due to pavement collapse from sewer line break Monday, Apr 19 2021 

The northbound lanes of near 990 Baxter Avenue, which is south of Highland Avenue is closed until further notice. Detours are in place.

        

Need a quick getaway? Here are parks in Kentucky, Indiana to visit during National Parks Week Saturday, Apr 17 2021 

National Parks Week is the perfect way to get out and get some fresh air at some of the state parks now that warmer weather is on the horizon.

        

Louisville works with homeless outreach groups to clean encampments without displacing owners Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

In the past, homeless encampments have been cleared this time of year, however, with CDC guidelines they will stay put.

        

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