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  1. Texas woman executed for starving child to death

    Texas woman executed for starving child to death

    A Texas woman was executed Wednesday evening for her role in the torture and starvation death of her girlfriend's 9-year-old son.

  2. Minn. toddler ignores military protocol, hugs mom

    Minn. toddler ignores military protocol, hugs mom

    Cooper Waldvogel loves his mom more than military protocol.

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  4. Missing SW Indiana woman's death ruled accidental

    Missing SW Indiana woman's death ruled accidental

    An autopsy on a body pulled from a submerged SUV has confirmed it's that of a southwestern Indiana woman missing for a month and that her death was accidental.

  5. Source: Rivers' doc took selfie before her cardiac arrest

    Source: Rivers' doc took selfie before her cardiac arrest

    The cardiac arrest leading to Joan Rivers' death happened as the comedian's personal doctor began performing a biopsy on her vocal cords, a source close to the death investigation told CNN.

  6. 3 people injured after gas pipeline explosion near Goshen, Ky.

    3 people injured after gas pipeline explosion near Goshen, Ky.

    Three people were injured after a gas pipeline explosion on Highway 42 near Goshen, Ky.

  7. Mega Cavern unveils unique attraction

    Mega Cavern unveils unique attraction

    In just four months, a major new attraction is due to open in Louisville. It's something its developers have not spoken about publicly until now.

  8. Acting sheriff responds to PETA's request to feed inmates all-vegan diet

    Acting sheriff responds to PETA's request to feed inmates all-vegan diet

    His alleged crime has captured the attention of thousands across the country.

  9. Is there plastic in your toothpaste?

    Is there plastic in your toothpaste?

  10. Ancient skeletons found holding hands in England

    Ancient skeletons found holding hands in England

    Archaeologists with the University of Leicester uncovered remains of two skeletons holding hands believed to have been resting that way for at least 700 years.

  11. 1 man seriously injured in I-65 northbound crash

    1 man seriously injured in I-65 northbound crash

    All of the northbound I-65 lanes are open after a crash at the 25.5 mile marker.

  12. Man admits to murdering, eating parts of ex-girlfriend

    Man admits to murdering, eating parts of ex-girlfriend

    Joseph Oberhansley is being held without bail after his first court appearance unveiled the brutal details of his ex-girlfriend Tammy Blanton's death.

  13. Suspect arrested in Calif. in connection with 1971 Louisville murder

    Suspect arrested in Calif. in connection with 1971 Louisville murder

    According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's website, Lawrence "Larry" R. Beck was booked Tuesday after he was indicted in Kentucky.

  14. POLICE: Woman steals from store, causes scene and attempts to disarm officer

    POLICE: Woman steals from store, causes scene and attempts to disarm officer

    Police said they were called to the grocery store because of a woman causing disruption and cussing at employees after she stole an apple and two packages of applesauce.

  15. Family of Ky. native offers reward in fatal Ind. hit-and-run

    Family of Ky. native offers reward in fatal Ind. hit-and-run

    Chad Demuth, 36 of Goshen, Ky. died June 1 after he was struck by vehicle while walking along a roadway in Nashville, Ind.

  16. Crews work to repair pipeline, restore service after explosion

    Crews work to repair pipeline, restore service after explosion

    More than 2,000 LG&E customers are without natural gas service Thursday morning as crews work to repair a pipeline in Oldham County that exploded Wednesday.

  17. Iroquois H.S. football off to best start in 20 years

    Iroquois H.S. football off to best start in 20 years

    The Iroquois Raiders have not been undefeated this deep into the high school football season in 20 years. The wins are a far cry from the 2011 team that failed to win a single game.

  18. Grand jury adds charges to Fort Knox contractor

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A federal grand jury has added charges against a former federal military contractor accused of writing a federal contract and creating a job with a private company at Fort Knox that ultimately worked to his financial benefit.

  19. 'SoBro' artwalk damaged by LG&E digging

    'SoBro' artwalk damaged by LG&E digging

    A week after crosswalks were painted to bring charm to a neighborhood south of Fourth and Broadway, one intersection is back to drab.

  20. Dog missing from Pennsylvania found nearly 3,000 miles Away

    Dog missing from Pennsylvania found nearly 3,000 miles Away