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MISSING: 25-year-old disappears from Louisville, could be in danger

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Louisville Metro police are asking for the public's help finding a 25-year-old woman who disappeared on Monday and could possibly be in danger. LMPD issued an Operation Return Home alert on Wednesday for Justine Woodward. They said she is believed to have gone missing from the...
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LMPD searching for 25-year-old woman believed to be in danger

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police is asking for the public's help to locate a 25-year-old woman who was last seen in the Portland neighborhood. LMPD said Justine Woodward was last seen on Monday in the 3000 block of Northwestern Parkway. That's near North 31st Street. Police believe she...
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Louisville woman shot 5 times thanks first responders for saving her life in heartfelt reunion

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The victim of a Louisville shooting who is now recovering in the hospital got the chance to thank the first responders who saved her life. Lyndsey Hopkins was shot five times on April 13 in front of her Portland home. She has been in the hospital since, and one month after, her mother told WLKY she wanted to thank the first responders who helped her daughter.
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1 rescued in West Louisville house fire

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - A person is being treated after a fire at a home in Louisville’s Parkland neighborhood. Louisville Fire Department crews were called to the 3000 block of Grand Ave. at 10:10 a.m. after workers at the neighboring Reynolds Consumer Products facility saw smoke coming from the home.

Trainer Cox suspended in Kentucky for horse's failed test

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky horse racing stewards have suspended Brad Cox, trainer of 2021 Kentucky Derby winner Mandaloun, for 10 days with a $500 fine and disqualified colt Warrior’s Charge for a failed postrace drug test after the Stephen Foster Stakes last June at Churchill Downs. The test...
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River Ridge Reorganizes Leadership Structure

The River Ridge Development Authority in Jeffersonville is reworking its organizational structure with the addition of several key leadership positions. The authority says the changes are part of efforts to accelerate growth and economic development activity. The organization is creating two new chief director positions to help guide and manage...

Kentucky soda Ale-8 has another new flavor coming out: Blackberry

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Kentucky soda with a cult following is unveiling a new, limited-edition flavor. Ale-8-One will soon release a Blackberry flavor. "The brand’s newest flavor blends the fresh summer taste of blackberries with the Ale-8-One signature formula," a brand representative said. The new flavor will officially...
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Baby zebra born at Louisville Zoo

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Hartmann’s mountain zebra Azizi gave birth at the Louisville Zoo, and both her and her 71-pound baby, delivered shortly before midnight on May 12, are doing well. The filly’s name will be announced soon, according to a Louisville Zoo spokesperson. Azizi and her baby...

Cameron Middle School Archers Qualify for NASP World Championships

The Cameron Middle School Archery team competed at the NASP Eastern National Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky on May 12-14. The team finished ranked 28th out of 205 middle school teams from across the nation. 7th graders Leighton Dyer and Hayle Parker qualified individually for the NASP World Championship. Dyer finished...

Public safety tops priorities for Louisville mayor candidates Greenberg, Dieruf

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The race for Louisville mayor is shaping up as the Kentucky Primary Election decided who will represent the Democratic and Republican parties. Democrat and local businessman Craig Greenberg and Jeffersontown's current Republican Mayor Bill Dieruf will be on the ballot in November. The campaign for the general election begins now.

Dem Craig Greenberg wins Louisville mayoral primary after BLM activist shooting

Democrat Craig Greenberg defeated seven other rivals to win the party’s mayoral primary in Louisville, Ky. Tuesday — three months after he survived an assassination attempt by a Black Lives Matter activist.  Craig Greenberg secured victory by capturing 41.4% of the primary vote, defeating his nearest rival by nearly 20 percentage points, according to WDRB.  “Working together to make Louisville a safer city is my number one priority,” he told supporters in his victory speech. “I’m just really excited about the future, about the general election campaign, and hopefully beyond,” Greenberg told reporters after his remarks. “I want to bring the entire city...

Railbird Festival to ‘Take a Pause’ in 2022, Change Venues in 2023

Railbird Festival, a music festival that normally takes place during August at Keeneland racecourse in Lexington, won’t happen this year. In a social media post yesterday, Festival officials wrote, “Hello from Railbird! Thanks to all of you who joined us for Railbird Festival in 2021. We have listened and taken your feedback to heart and are working hard behind the scenes to create an exceptional experience for the next edition of the festival.”

It's a girl! Kentucky Zoo welcomes new baby zebra

The Louisville Zoo's baby boom continues with the arrival of a new baby zebra. The zoo said Azizi, a 6-year-old Hartmann's mountain zebra, gave birth to a female foal just before midnight on May 12. They say both mother and baby are doing well, and are back on display for...