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  1. 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.

  2. Children recovering after bus overturns in Harrison County

    Children recovering after bus overturns in Harrison County

    Multiple people were transported to the hospital after an accident, involving a church bus, at Highway 135 and Lickford Bridge Road, near Corydon.

  3. 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.

  4. Gruesome details released in Jeff. woman's murder

    Gruesome details released in Jeff. woman's murder

    Court documents reveal gruesome details in the murder of Jeffersonville woman Tammy Blanton.

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  6. Genius things to do with an old smartphone

    Genius things to do with an old smartphone

    Just because you're swooning over the newest smartphone doesn't mean you have to just ditch the old one.

  7. 5 Ky. children diagnosed with HUS

    5 Ky. children diagnosed with HUS

    Five Kentucky children have been diagnosed with Hemolytic-uremic syndrome, or HUS, believed to be related to E. coli.

  8. Vandals damage homes, cars in E. Louisville neighborhood

    Vandals damage homes, cars in E. Louisville neighborhood

    Louisville Metro Police are investigating dozens of reports of vandalism in neighborhoods along Meadowgate Lane and Erin Way in eastern Jefferson County.

  9. Chile arrests suspect in slaying of Kentucky woman

    Chile arrests suspect in slaying of Kentucky woman

    Police in Chile have arrested a suspect in the killing of a U.S. citizen in the South American country.

  10. 2 more men indicted in connection to murder of 1-year-old

    2 more men indicted in connection to murder of 1-year-old

    Two men were indicted in connection to the murder of 1-year-old Ne’Riah Miller on Monday, Sept. 15.

  11. A resurgence for Surge: The soft drink is back

    A resurgence for Surge: The soft drink is back

    Coca-Cola (KO) is bringing back a blast from the past -- it's Mountain Dew-like, highly-caffeinated citrus soda, Surge -- which it has begun to sell online only via Amazon.com.

  12. Indiana man busted for drugs, being a habitual traffic violator

    Indiana man busted for drugs, being a habitual traffic violator

    A Lexington, Indiana man has been arrested after police say they found drugs during a traffic stop Saturday.

  13. MetroSafe: Police investigate shooting near Poplar Level Road

    MetroSafe: Police investigate shooting near Poplar Level Road

    Louisville Metro Police are on the scene of a shooting in the Camp Taylor neighborhood, according to MetroSafe.

  14. Death concealment charges for woman in dirty home

    Death concealment charges for woman in dirty home

    A woman who lived at a squalid home where the bodies of three infants were found among vermin and piles of soiled diapers is facing charges including fetal death concealment, authorities said Friday as the search for more possible bodies continued.

  15. Respiratory virus, Enterovirus D68, likely infected thousands but just tip of iceberg

    Respiratory virus, Enterovirus D68, likely infected thousands but just tip of iceberg

    The respiratory virus that’s been sweeping the nation and sending asthmatic children to the hospital may have only been officially reported in 97 children, but experts say that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

  16. Firing shotgun in new ad, Grimes slams McConnell & Obama

    Firing shotgun in new ad, Grimes slams McConnell & Obama

    Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes fires a shotgun six times in a new television ad, each shot aiming to poke a hole in the campaign of U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell.

  17. Schizophrenia is eight different diseases, not one

    Schizophrenia is eight different diseases, not one

    New research shows that schizophrenia is not a single disease, but a group of eight distinct disorders, each caused by changes in clusters of genes that lead to different sets of symptoms.

  18. Greg Norman damaged hand in chainsaw accident

    Greg Norman damaged hand in chainsaw accident

    Greg Norman says he is lucky to still have his left hand after a chainsaw accident.

  19. Man arrested in connection with L&N robbery

    Man arrested in connection with L&N robbery

    A suspected bank robber is under arrest after police said he confessed to his crimes.

  20. Police investigate mass-tagging in Jefferson Co. neighborhood

    Police investigate mass-tagging in Jefferson Co. neighborhood

    Residents in a neighborhood in Jefferson County woke up Sunday morning to find their homes, fences and cars tagged with spray paint.