Disabled veteran nearly stranded by TARC3 wants city to ‘drain the swamp’ at TARC Monday, Jun 14 2021 

To Shedrick Jones, the weekend predicament is illustrative of a larger problem: the quality of TARC3 has precipitously declined and the service has become too unreliable.

Police: 2 dead after dually truck collides with UPS truck on I-65 near Outer Loop Monday, Jun 14 2021 

"Our hearts go out to those who lost their lives and their families," UPS officials in Louisville said in a statement.


TARC executive director reveals goals, new projects for fiscal year Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Carrie Butler laid out the transit system’s budget during a Metro Council committee hearing Monday.


Hardin County farmland could become 1,000-acre solar farm Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Neighbors fear the sloped panels could create water runoff and flooding in the area — along with being an eyesore.

State Rep. Attica Scott sues LMPD officers over arrests during Breonna Taylor protest Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Scott, her daughter and activist Shamika Parrish-Wright claim officers violated their constitutional rights and inflicted "severe emotional distress."

Man shot multiple times in Newburg neighborhood, Louisville police say Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Anyone with information is asked to call the department's tip line at 502-574-LMPD (5673).

Counseling center in west Louisville working to help people cope with city’s gun violence Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Gun violence is wreaking havoc in Louisville in more ways than one, and an area group is working to promote positive mental health.

Kentucky State Police: Man shot by police Sunday in Newport has life-threatening injuries Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Police said a man accused of pointing a gun in a Boone County Sheriff's Office deputy's face was pursued into Newport and shot by police.


You can now renew Kentucky driver’s licenses online. Here’s how it works Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Many Kentuckians can now renew their driver's licenses, including Real IDs, online using a new system.


Kentucky attorney general files brief to US Supreme Court Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron filed a brief in support of his defense of House Bill 454 before the U.S. Supreme Court, announced Monday.

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