Kentucky politicians turn to TikTok to reach young constituents Friday, Jul 30 2021 

Ever wondered what the process is to making a TikTok? The intern behind the account explains what she does to create the viral vidoes.


Louisville native wins Kentucky’s second $1 million vaccine lottery Friday, Jul 30 2021 

Ginger Schultz said she only registered for the 'Shot at a Million' two days before.


Louisville rapper’s donation gives Special Olympics softball team new gear Friday, Jul 30 2021 

The Louisville Royals softball team usually relies on donations and thrifted gear, but thanks to a well-known rapper they have new equipment and some new swag.


Inmate forgotten, left alone in dark Hall of Justice holding cell for hours Thursday, Jul 29 2021 

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said it is conducting a review after an inmate was left in a dark cell at the Hall of Justice.


Wish granted! Greensboro girl rings victory bell marking the end of cancer treatment on her birthday Friday, Jul 23 2021 

Hannah Kloesz had a goal to finish her cancer treatment before her 9th birthday on July 24.


Louisville native Ronnie Baker going for gold in Tokyo Thursday, Jul 22 2021 

The sprinter talks about the Tokyo Olympics just days before he leaves to compete.


Smoky haze from wildfires seen in Louisville could pose health risk for some Wednesday, Jul 21 2021 

The Louisville Air Pollution Control District has issued an air quality alert for Thursday, warning that people about potential health problems.


‘I began to cry’: Louisville neighbors looking for answers after 2 children inside their home hit by stray bullets Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

Louisville Metro Police said the bullets entered through the window hitting a 12-year-old girl and a 5-year-old boy.


New Albany officer faces charges after alleged sexual relationship with informant Friday, Jul 16 2021 

According to ISP, Officer Adam Schneider also faces voyeurism charges for allegedly filming women without their knowledge.


Anonymous donors help Louisville Thrift Store owner worried about keeping business alive amid sewer project Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

After his story aired, owner John Scott said someone walked into his store with $1,000 cash, offering to help him pay his utility bill.


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