Volunteer organizations empower Ferguson community

See what the Ferguson Youth Initiative has been doing to unite the community of Ferguson after Michael Brown's shooting.

Fern Creek High School students evacuate after shooting

One student was hospitalized as the result of a non-life-threatening shooting injury.

Things to do: Feb. 21-23

Check out this weekend's Things to Do to find out about events happening in Louisville.

RIDICULAM: First openly-gay racehorse wins Kentucky Derby, inspires questioning stallions everywhere

California Chrome became the first openly-gay horse ever to win the "Run for the Roses" earlier in May.

Things to do: The haunted house guide

The 2014 haunted house season is finally here. Click here for information about all the haunted house attractions happening in the Louisville area as well as parts of Indiana.

Storm damage hits Jefferson County, many without power

It’s almost a cliché at this point: Louisville gets minutes of rain and massive wind gusts and ends up with a week of cleanup. On...

Freshmen On: Valentine’s Day

With the week of Valentine's Day upon us, we decided to ask the freshmen how they truly spend their Valentine's Day. Here are the results.

Manual teacher sues Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System

Dr. Randy Wieck is suing the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System (KTRS) for failing to ensure that the state upholds the Kentucky Teacher Retirement Contract.

OPINION: A Derby of Debauchery

A personal testament on the ill-advised activities at Churchill Downs during Derby time.

Sophomores On: World History

AP testing is just around the corner so let's see if the Sophomores have been studying their World History.