Tattoo artist Kat Von D moving to Indiana Tuesday, Oct 26 2021 

Von D purchased the Benjamin Schenk Mansion last December in Switzerland County.


Child dies after rifle accidentally discharges during ride with retired officer in Jeffersonville Monday, Oct 25 2021 

The child was traveling with a retired Jeffersonville officer when a rifle accidentally discharged inside the vehicle.


‘Helpless’ Regis Woods residents left in limbo after violations cost facility its Medicare and Medicaid Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services terminated its agreement with the facility, citing non-compliance with federal requirements.


ISP: Human remains found in SUV recovered from Ohio River two decades after mom, 2 kids disappeared Friday, Oct 15 2021 

Police confirm the vehicle found in Ohio River is one mom was driving with her 2 kids when they disappeared in 2002. They also found a human bone inside, ISP said.


‘This is long overdue’ | Louisville Metro Council gets inked support from mayor to study reparations Thursday, Oct 14 2021 

Mayor Fischer signed Metro Council's resolution in support of studying reparations for Black descendants of slavery in Jefferson County.


‘Don’t step on them’: How to safely remove stink bugs Monday, Oct 11 2021 

Stink bugs can last until the first winter freeze.


‘You don’t treat people like this’: Man incarcerated speaks about Louisville jail conditions Monday, Oct 11 2021 

Denorver "Dee" Garrett said he was put in COVID isolation at Metro Corrections almost a week ago. He called the conditions "nasty."


Innovative robotics research center opens on University of Louisville campus Monday, Oct 11 2021 

The Louisville Automation and Robotics Research Institute is the only facility of its kind in Kentucky dedicated to study robots.


Why stink bugs are invading our homes and how to get rid of them Wednesday, Oct 6 2021 

The invasive bugs seek warmer spots before winter hits and that place can frequently be your home. Here's a few tips to keep them out.


‘Halloween Street’ won’t be in full force this year Wednesday, Oct 6 2021 

With construction, COVID concerns, and growing popularity, the houses on Hillcrest Avenue won't all be handing out candy or even putting up decorations.


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