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With the heat index eclipsing 100 degrees, high school teams are finding ways to practice without endangering players.

From Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, to Lucero and Lydia Loveless, there's something for everyone this week on Louisville music scene July 21-28.

Part one of this article detailed how a group of four men who restore historically significant, vintage computers — Carl Claunch, Ken Shirriff, Mike Stewart, and Marc Verdiell — connected

SOUTHERN INDIANA — Around noon Friday, the heat index registered at Death Valley was 97 degrees. In New Albany, that figure was at 105 degrees.

After her son Max Gilpin died in 2008 from a heatstroke, Michele Crockett has worked to raise public awareness on heat-related illnesses.

Matthias Schmid, the rising junior at the University of Louisville, won the European Amateur Championship to earn a ticket at the British Open

Gov. Matt Bevin called the special session on Thursday, and, using his authority to set a special session's agenda, outlined a very specific program.

ALAMOGORDO, N.M. (KRQE) – Weeks away from trial, a former New Mexico State Police officer accused in a high-profile DWI investigation is now asking for a judge to dismiss the case. Jessica Tu…

It its decision in Mitchell v. Wisconsin, the U.S. Supreme Court usurped power over the laws of all the states and the people, virtually repealing the Fourth and 10th Amendments. by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.

A Rotterdam couple got his-and-hers drunken-driving charges Tuesday, after he drove to the town police station to check on her alcohol-related arrested and was found to be under the influence of alcohol himself, police said.
Police said Eunice M. Graham, 55, was arrested Tuesday after her vehicle swerved into the path of Officer Daniel Bonitatibus' patrol car. Bonitatibus was able to avoid the impact and stopped Graham's car a short distance away, police said.

SOUTHERN INDIANA — As the heat indexes climb to dangerous levels, local organizations are offering resources and advice to help people stay cool over the next few days.

Why I’m Here is a collaboration between Insider Louisville and Live in Lou that highlights the stories of people who have chosen to call Louisville home — in their own words. Whether you’ve moved here to start a new chapter in your life, or if you’ve spent time away and boomeranged back, we’d love to …