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Shepherdsville woman facing manslaughter charge after female fatally overdoses
A Shepherdsville woman has been charged in a fentanyl overdose that occurred in November 2022. The Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force began conducting a death investigation late last year after an unidentified female fatally overdosed on fentanyl. The investigation led law enforcement to charge 39-year-old Natalie N. Boston with...
Bishop Place apartments break ground
Populated with mounds of earth and roving backhoes, the parcel of land behind Heady-Radcliffe on West Jefferson Street currently looks like an excavator’s sandbox. For developer John Waits, the land will soon represent the culmination of his hometown roots and a multimillion-dollar dream project long in the making. Waits...
Police Searching For Murder Suspect
Kentucky State Police is asking for the public’s assistance in the search for a murder suspect. Dustin M. Herrick was indicted by a Spencer County Grand Jury on one count of murder and one count of DUI, according to Kentucky State Police. Those charges stem from a fatal crash...
Two minors injured after stolen car crashes into Courtyard Marriott in downtown Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - A car drove into the Courtyard Marriott in downtown Louisville. First responders are there at the scene. According to the Louisville Metro Police Department, officers were called on Thursday at about 1:30 a.m. to the scene of a car crashing into a building in the 100 block of South 2nd Street. It was then found out that the Clarksville Police Department was in a pursuit of a stolen vehicle that traveled over the Clark Memorial Bridge.
Replica of the Pinta, one of Christopher Columbus' ships, to dock in Louisville
A giant replica of one of Christopher Columbus' ships will dock in Louisville this summer. According to the Columbus Foundation, the Pinta will be coming to the waterfront to act as a floating museum. It's been here before, back in 2018, when it came along with the Niña, one of...
City official paid for cable, funded 401K with money stolen from Kentucky town, feds say
She said she used the funds to pay the bills of “thousands” of customers who couldn’t afford it, but that wasn’t true, authorities said.
Man turns around a bad day after buying winning $50K lottery ticket in Louisville
LEBANON JUNCTION, Ky. — A Bullitt County man's lucky changed quickly. According to the Kentucky Lottery, Ryan Gilkey, of Lebanon Junction, was having a rough day when he scratched a lottery ticket and won $50,000. He said on his way home from work last week, he stopped at M&S...
Police investigating shooting in St. Matthews neighborhood
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The part of the Watterson Expressway that police shut down for their investigation is back open according to officials. Louisville Metro Police is investigating a shooting that happened in the St. Matthews neighborhood on Wednesday. Police said they got the call of a possible shooting on...
Glass warming to new role as OC dispatch director
Just before he retired from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office in 2021 after several decades of dispatch service, Bo Glass detected a waning pool of applicants in the field. Glass himself thought his dispatching days were over before the phone call came from Oldham County Deputy Judge-Executive Kevin Nuss...
Man indicted in connection to Christmas fatality
The Crestwood man accused of fatally striking La Grange resident Gage Thurman with his truck Christmas night and leaving the scene was indicted by an Oldham County grand jury March 10. Gerald Rath, 59, was indicted on one count of leaving the scene of an accident, failure to render aid...
Zoning sought to expand Landis Lane community; clean up existing residences
MOUNT WASHINGTON – Manufactured housing communities of today were called mobile home parks in days gone by. The operators of a long-standing community in Mount Washington is looking to expand its current footprint. Robert Gardner is looking to sell 11.24 acres of his family’s property to the operators of...
$250,000 bond set for man accused of opening fire at CVS Pharmacy in Louisville, injuring 2
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend at a downtown Louisville CVS Pharmacy will need a quarter of a million dollars to get out of jail. A not-guilty plea was entered on behalf of 25-year-old Anthony Howard, who was arraigned on charges attempted murder, assault and wanton endangerment Thursday morning.
Kentucky Derby Festival’s Dillard’s Spring Fashion Show returns with new theme
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - The Kentucky Derby Festival’s annual style tradition of more than three decades is back!. Dillard’s Spring Fashion Show will be on March 30 at Caesars Southern Indiana. The themed “Lights, Camera, Louisville” with the evening kicking off with boutique shopping and cocktails at 5 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. and the Fashion Show at 8 p.m.
Death investigation underway after LMPD finds body
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Louisville Metro Police (LMPD) are investigating after a body was found on Wednesday afternoon. Police say a a person was found dead in the 1200 block of Don Hudson Lane near South Park by the rail yard. Officers responded to a call of a "person down"...
City gets OK for $30M bond issue
SHEPHERDSVILLE – The ball is now officially rolling. The $30 million bond issue which will provide funding for an aquatics center, downtown renovation and expansion of the city park got its official start recently. The Shepherdsville City Council voted unanimously to allow a lease agreement to begin the process...
This is the time-to-crime rate for firearms in Louisville.
Stacker compiled gun crime information on Louisville using data from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
KHSAA Regional Saturday
The three local high school teams won’t have a lot of time to recover for the NASP State Championships as they will be back in action on Saturday in the KHSAA Region Four Tournament at Mercy High School. Unlike NASP, which is Co-Ed, the KHSAA competition has both male...
Memorial service held to honor LMPD Officer Peter Grignon
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Members of the Louisville Metro Police Department along with LMPD Officer Peter Grignon’s family and friends are gathering for a memorial service at Cave Hill Cemetery on Thursday. They’re gathering to honor LMPD Officer Grignon, who was killed 18 years ago in the line of...
Identity released of Louisville man who died after head-on crash with JCPS bus
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - The identity has been released of a man who died after a head-on collision with a Jefferson County Public Schools bus on Friday. Brian French, 37, of Louisville, was pronounced dead at UofL Hospital shortly after crash. His cause of death was blunt force injuries, according to the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office.
Police investigating after person found dead in south Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Metro Police are investigating after a person was found dead in south Louisville Wednesday afternoon. Officers responded to a report of a person down around 1:40 p.m. near Grade Lane and Don Hutson Boulevard, according to Louisville Metro Police. That's south of the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport off the Outer Loop.
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