Meet Reggie: One Louisville high school’s newest four-legged robot mascot Wednesday, Apr 13 2022 

Central is one of only two schools in the country to get a Spotbot 3, a robotic dog that can sit, stay, run and even make a 3-D map of an entire building.

        

Monkey escapes exhibit from Louisville Zoo, returned safely Friday, Mar 25 2022 

Zookeepers found the small transfer chute panel had failed and repairs are underway, Louisville Zoo spokesperson Kyle Shepherd said.

        

License plate readers are emerging across Kentuckiana: Why? Thursday, Mar 24 2022 

The American Civil Liberties Union in Kentucky has been working with Lexington to install these in an equitable way.

        

‘This is a very active paranormal site’ | ‘Haunted Discoveries,’ ‘Ghost Hunters’ investigate alleged hauntings in Kentucky Monday, Mar 7 2022 

A crew that includes Mustafa Gatollari and Brandon Alvis of the “Ghost Hunters” brought their cameras and ghost-detecting equipment to southcentral Kentucky.

        

High school teacher seen in video appearing to slap student, hit with battery charge Sunday, Mar 6 2022 

A judge on Friday found there was probable cause for the charge against former Jimtown High School teacher Michael Hosinsk.

        

‘We can tell these families’: Researchers record activity of dying human brain Wednesday, Feb 23 2022 

An unexpected event gave scientists the chance to do something never done before: record the activity of a dying human brain.

        

‘It’s gut-wrenchingly sad’: Body of 4-year-old Serenity McKinney found in Kentucky, more than year after she was last seen alive Saturday, Feb 19 2022 

Serenity McKinney has not been seen by extended family members since December of 2020.

        

‘The people who own these businesses deserve to feel safe’: 2 Highlands businesses damaged after crash at busy intersection Saturday, Feb 12 2022 

Police say the man driving the vehicle is okay and being treated at a local hospital.

        

UGA student pays off entire tuition thanks to TikTok Friday, Feb 11 2022 

"I have no debts in my name," said Leon Ondieki, who said his TikTok videos make him up to $400 a day.

        

‘Everybody’s kind of whooped’: Small towns hire private company to salt, clear roads after winter storm Saturday, Feb 5 2022 

Steepleton, known for selling pool tables, have nine of their own trucks working round the clock clearing streets and spreading salt.

        

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