• The Heat Continues, Few Storms Sunday By WLKY   -   May 26, 2019

    THE HEAT CONTINUES, FEW STORMS SUNDAY

    WLKY Meteorologist Chris Johnson says a few storms return Sunday as the summer-like heat continues.

  • Belski' s Blog - Past weather extremes for the Indianapolis 500 By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    BELSKI' S BLOG - PAST WEATHER EXTREMES FOR THE INDIANAPOLIS 500

    Sunday is Race Day

  • Boy Scouts place thousands of flags to honor fallen soldiers for Memorial Day By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    BOY SCOUTS PLACE THOUSANDS OF FLAGS TO HONOR FALLEN SOLDIERS FOR MEMORIAL DAY

    Young men and women spent Saturday morning honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

  • Lexington imam, 2 others indicted in alleged murder-for-hire plot By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    LEXINGTON IMAM, 2 OTHERS INDICTED IN ALLEGED MURDER-FOR-HIRE PLOT

    A Lexington Islamic leader is facing a maximum sentence of life in prison on charges related to an alleged murder-for-hire plot.

  • Mike Pence: West Point grads should expect to see combat By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    MIKE PENCE: WEST POINT GRADS SHOULD EXPECT TO SEE COMBAT

    Vice President Mike Pence told the most diverse graduating class in the history of the U.S. Military Academy on Saturday that the world...

    World, U.S.
  • Robbery setup leads to murder charge in Radcliff shooting By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    ROBBERY SETUP LEADS TO MURDER CHARGE IN RADCLIFF SHOOTING

    An Elizabethtown man has been charged with murder in Wednesday's fatal shooting at a Radcliff apartment complex.

  • Ali's iconic photograph celebrates 54th anniversary By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    ALI'S ICONIC PHOTOGRAPH CELEBRATES 54TH ANNIVERSARY

    Saturday marks 54 years since Muhammad Ali gave us one of the most iconic photographs in sports history.

    Sport
  • NKY Noah's Ark attraction files lawsuit over flood damage By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    NKY NOAH'S ARK ATTRACTION FILES LAWSUIT OVER FLOOD DAMAGE

    The owners of Northern Kentucky's Ark Encounter - a wooden replica of the biblical Noah's Ark - are suing over rain damage. Yes, really.

  • Silver Alert canceled for missing 77-year-old New Albany man By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    SILVER ALERT CANCELED FOR MISSING 77-YEAR-OLD NEW ALBANY MAN

    UPDATE: The New Albany Police Department has canceled the Silver Alert for a 77-year-old missing New Albany man.

  • Well Above Normal Temps This Weekend By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    WELL ABOVE NORMAL TEMPS THIS WEEKEND

    Hot temps continue

  • Silver Alert issued for missing 77-year-old New Albany man By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    SILVER ALERT ISSUED FOR MISSING 77-YEAR-OLD NEW ALBANY MAN

    Police are looking for a missing 77-year-old missing New Albany man.

  • Teen dies at hospital following shooting in Shawnee neighborhood By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    TEEN DIES AT HOSPITAL FOLLOWING SHOOTING IN SHAWNEE NEIGHBORHOOD

    Police are investigating a fatal shooting in the Shawnee neighborhood.

  • Kentucky softball comes up short in game one of Super Regionals By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    KENTUCKY SOFTBALL COMES UP SHORT IN GAME ONE OF SUPER REGIONALS

    Wildcats strand nine runners in 3-0 loss to Washington

  • CommUNITY Champion: Louisville woman is turning local refugees into entrepreneurs through her non-profit By WLKY   -   May 25, 2019

    COMMUNITY CHAMPION: LOUISVILLE WOMAN IS TURNING LOCAL REFUGEES INTO ENTREPRENEURS THROUGH HER NON-PROFIT

    Surekha Kulkarni has made it her mission to provide opportunity to all women including refugees who come to Louisville looking to live...

  • Family of murdered Bardstown officer hopeful for arrest By WLKY   -   May 24, 2019

    FAMILY OF MURDERED BARDSTOWN OFFICER HOPEFUL FOR ARREST

    Saturday marks six years since Bardstown Officer Jason Ellis was murdered. Loved ones hold out hope someone who knows something will...

  • Vienna-Finley fifth-graders bring history to life with living wax museum By WLKY   -   May 24, 2019

    VIENNA-FINLEY FIFTH-GRADERS BRING HISTORY TO LIFE WITH LIVING WAX MUSEUM

    Fifth-graders at Vienna-Finley Elementary have been studying famous figures in history and on Friday they brought them to life.

  • Warm, fair skies By WLKY   -   May 24, 2019

    WARM, FAIR SKIES

  • Golfers grapple with possibility of public course closures, private takeovers By WLKY   -   May 24, 2019

    GOLFERS GRAPPLE WITH POSSIBILITY OF PUBLIC COURSE CLOSURES, PRIVATE TAKEOVERS

    Can private companies save Louisville's public golf courses?

    Golf
  • All lanes reopen after multi-vehicle crash shuts down I-265 South near Taylorsville Road By WLKY   -   May 24, 2019

    ALL LANES REOPEN AFTER MULTI-VEHICLE CRASH SHUTS DOWN I-265 SOUTH NEAR TAYLORSVILLE ROAD

    All lanes of I-265 South have reopened after a multi-vehicle accident near Taylorsville Road.

  • Local artist brings Frankfort Avenue business to life By WLKY   -   May 24, 2019

    LOCAL ARTIST BRINGS FRANKFORT AVENUE BUSINESS TO LIFE

    Mural to be completed in June