An autopsy showed Maxie died of a single gunshot wound to the head and he had been killed inside his store, according to a Jennings County Sheriff's Dept. statement released late Monday.
Taxes are going up by the maximum amount the school board can approve without a public vote.
It is a small manufacturing operation in the Blue Grass Commerce Center that sells its high end vintage golf bags all over the globe.
The Jefferson County Board of Education voted Monday night to approve an agreement with its teacher union that will give teachers an $820 raise this school year and a two percent raise next school year.
Right now, Scott Davis is being investigated by several police agencies, including the Better Business Bureau and the FBI, but his attorney says he isn't a villain.
The new set utilizes 28 LCD monitors, including two 80-inch touchscreens, five 55-inch monitors, and several that are combined to create a massive 68' x 202' digital wall.
The prosecution says the evidence against Pettway in the murder of Troya Sheckles was overwhelming.
The bill is called the Charlotte's Web Act; named aftera Colorado girl, Charlotte Figi, whose seizures led to development of a non-intoxicating marijuana extract.
WDRB sports journalist Eric Crawford charts the growth of the station's news department since his arrival in July of 2012, which takes another step Monday as the station begins a 6 p.m. newscast with a new set.
Since September 2013, there have been 144 defendants in similar cases and Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Stacy Greive say she believes the number will increase because the crimes have not stopped.
Representatives of the Tumbleweed restaurant at Waterfront Park have been summoned to appear before a judge next week to answer its landlord's claim that the restaurant is $17,000 behind in rent. As of Monday, the restaurant has not been evicted.
A mother and her three children are recovering after being hit by an alleged drunk driver in front of the KFC Yum! Center -- and area residents are wondering how it could have been prevented.
Massachusetts state police were notified that the three were being questioned by federal authorities at Rainbow Bridge, which connects Niagara Falls, New York, and Niagara Falls, Ontario, said spokesman David Procopio, who did not have further details.
Bobby Petrino called his Louisville offense "not very good." He's right. But the numbers were shaky after his first four games at Western Kentucky and Arkansas, too.
The 40-year-old facility was completely renovated from top to bottom at a cost of $9 million.
The failure of a 20 inch sewer pipe led to the flow of sewage, solids and debris into Little Goose Creek.
A first look at next weekend's local college football games. According to the latest Sagarin ratings, Louisville, Kentucky and Indiana will all be favored, while WKU will be an underdog at Navy.
The price of salt has gone up across Kentuckiana as demand has increased.
Police say a local woman stole more than $100,000 worth of merchandise from the Amazon Fulfillment Center, then sold the goods to at least two people.
Gary Crowe, Jr. is charged with attempted killing of a domestic animal and intimidation.
She also allegedly got a 13-year-old to smoke marijuana.
There has been no communication with any of the captured soldiers.
A local veterinarian got a nice surprise Monday morning.
Seven suspects accused of taking part of a string of armed robberies pleaded not guilty Monday.
Big changes could possibly come to JCPS schools, and it will all be discussed during a work session and board meeting Monday night.
The inaugural festival will showcase more than 30 of the biggest bands in hard rock and metal -- including Kid Rock, Judas Priest, Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, Limp Bizkit, Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington, Volbeat, Papa Roach and more.
The suspect is accused of entering a home in west Louisville and dousing a man with gasoline.
The request from the family of Captain Tony Grider to honor his memory.
Rob Bironas played football for Trinity High School in Louisville before beginning his professional career.
What kind of employer will Electrolux be for Louisville's Appliance Park? The company buying GE Appliances for $3.3 billion has a history of closing higher-wage factories in the Midwest and Canada. Electrolux says it only wants to grow GE's appliance business, and it's far too early to tell what the deal will mean for jobs in Louisville.
Authorities say the victim died Saturday evening after his vehicle went off the road and struck a tree.
Captain Grider was hurt last month while he was helping with an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that involved students from Campbellsville University.
Yarmuth toured the George Unseld Early Childhood Learning Center in Louisville Monday accompanied by JCPS Superintendent Donna Hargens and three school board members.
Images of the new TECHFIT Shockweb uniforms were posed by Adidas on its twitter page. The gray uniform features camo accents and a red Cardinals logo.