• 'It started out as just luck': HGTV star helps expecting parents turn man cave into nursery By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    'IT STARTED OUT AS JUST LUCK': HGTV STAR HELPS EXPECTING PARENTS TURN MAN CAVE INTO NURSERY

    Josh and Amber Taylor said they had been trying for years to have a child.

  • A break in the heat Friday By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    A BREAK IN THE HEAT FRIDAY

    WLKY Chief Meteorologist Jay Cardosi's Forecast

  • A break in the heat and humidity By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    A BREAK IN THE HEAT AND HUMIDITY

    WLKY Meteorologist Matt Milosevich has the latest on a cooler trend in temperatures in the forecast.

  • NBA honors former Kentucky guard who died in crash, Terrence Clarke By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    NBA HONORS FORMER KENTUCKY GUARD WHO DIED IN CRASH, TERRENCE CLARKE

    Terrence Clarke, the former Kentucky guard who died in a car accident while preparing for the NBA draft, was recognized Thursday in...

    NBA
  • Shot at a Million: More Kentucky vaccine lottery winners to be announced Friday By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    SHOT AT A MILLION: MORE KENTUCKY VACCINE LOTTERY WINNERS TO BE ANNOUNCED FRIDAY

    The second round of winners have been selected for Kentucky's COVID-19 vaccination lottery.

  • Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93 By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    JACKIE MASON, COMIC WHO PERFECTED AMUSED OUTRAGE, DIES AT 93

    The rabbi-turned-comedian died Saturday at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Manhattan after being hospitalized for over two weeks

  • Locust Grove opens a new tour that will give perspective into slaves' lives at the historic home By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    LOCUST GROVE OPENS A NEW TOUR THAT WILL GIVE PERSPECTIVE INTO SLAVES' LIVES AT THE HISTORIC HOME

    Locust Grove is introducing a new tour experience that will give a very different perspective on the historic home than other tours...

  • Future Healers program aims to help violence-affected youth learn about the healthcare industry By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    FUTURE HEALERS PROGRAM AIMS TO HELP VIOLENCE-AFFECTED YOUTH LEARN ABOUT THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

    The Future Healer program kicked off on Saturday, a new program that is designed to inspire young kids to become difference-makers...

    Industry
  • Louisville Department of Corrections staff injured in confrontations with inmates By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    LOUISVILLE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS STAFF INJURED IN CONFRONTATIONS WITH INMATES

    Louisville Metro Department of Corrections staff were injured in three separate confrontations with inmates between Friday night and...

  • 1-year-old with rare cancer celebrates first birthday at home, after months in the hospital By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    1-YEAR-OLD WITH RARE CANCER CELEBRATES FIRST BIRTHDAY AT HOME, AFTER MONTHS IN THE HOSPITAL

    Charley Quarles, a 1-year-old girl, celebrated her first birthday at home, and it's the first time she's been home since February.

  • Wednesday's Child held their annual Family Fun Day at Kentucky Kingdom on Saturday By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    WEDNESDAY'S CHILD HELD THEIR ANNUAL FAMILY FUN DAY AT KENTUCKY KINGDOM ON SATURDAY

    Wednesday's Child hosted its annual family fun day on Saturday at Kentucky Kingdom. It was a chance for adoptive parents and their...

  • Free Comic Book Day national event comes to Louisville comic store By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    FREE COMIC BOOK DAY NATIONAL EVENT COMES TO LOUISVILLE COMIC STORE

    Free Comic Book Day, an exciting holiday for classic comic geeks and potential comic geeks, is coming to Louisville comic store, The...

  • NWSL commissioner: Racing Louisville FC has the 'right culture' By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    NWSL COMMISSIONER: RACING LOUISVILLE FC HAS THE 'RIGHT CULTURE'

    Lisa Baird said she has been impressed with the first-year NWSL club

  • A few storms round out the weekend By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    A FEW STORMS ROUND OUT THE WEEKEND

    WLKY Meteorologist Chris Johnson says a cold front drops into town Sunday with some scattered storms a possibility.

  • Silver Alert declared for missing 82-year-old Indiana man By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    SILVER ALERT DECLARED FOR MISSING 82-YEAR-OLD INDIANA MAN

    The Huntingburg Police Department is investigating the disappearance of Raymond Underwood, an 82-year-old white male, 5 feet 11 inches...

  • LMPD: Citizens asked to avoid parts of Shawnee neighborhood due to standoff By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    LMPD: CITIZENS ASKED TO AVOID PARTS OF SHAWNEE NEIGHBORHOOD DUE TO STANDOFF

    LMPD, SWAT and HNT are negotiating a standoff situation on N. 42st. Street.

  • Behind weakening storm bringing heavy rain to China, tropical threat could affect Tokyo Olympics By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    BEHIND WEAKENING STORM BRINGING HEAVY RAIN TO CHINA, TROPICAL THREAT COULD AFFECT TOKYO OLYMPICS

    The current track brings a tropical storm to mainland Japan by Tuesday, with Tokyo in the forecast cone.

    Olympics
  • Canceled beach volleyball match silences Olympic venue By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    CANCELED BEACH VOLLEYBALL MATCH SILENCES OLYMPIC VENUE

    Beach volleyball's very first scheduled match at the pandemic-delayed Tokyo Games was canceled on Saturday due to a player's positive...

    Olympics
  • Lou City FC notches a draw after weather delays in Colorado By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    LOU CITY FC NOTCHES A DRAW AFTER WEATHER DELAYS IN COLORADO

    Louisville City walks away with 1-1 draw after lightning delayed Friday night's match against Colorado Springs by nearly 2 hours.

  • Dry skies and warm temps today By WLKY   -   Aug 3, 2021

    DRY SKIES AND WARM TEMPS TODAY

    Rain chances and humidity increase tomorrow