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Multiple people shot at Shively restaurant
The shooting was reported in the 2700 block of Seventh Street Road at 10:25 p.m. Friday, according to MetroSafe.
Petition asks Walmart to reconsider west Louisville store
Walmart canceled plans to add a store at 18th Street and Broadway in October.
FORECAST: Few showers moving in later this weekend
 Folks along and north of I-64 will be mostly cloudy overnight tonight while those in our southern counties will see clear skies until the early morning hours. 
Death toll rises to 13 in Smoky Mountains wildfires
Sevier County officials confirmed Friday morning that 13 people had died. Twelve people were killed by the fires and one person suffered a heart attack after inhaling smoke while fleeing from the
Girls Rock Louisville brings summer creations to life
After working hard to bring their ideas to life at this year's Girls Rock Louisville summer camp, young musicians get to celebrate their success at an album release party - and everyone
Louisville's Deadliest Year: Shooting death in Algonquin neighborhood brings city's homicide count to 111
The shooting was reported near the intersection of 25th Street and Burwell Avenue around 7:20 p.m. Friday, according to MetroSafe.
19-year-old man identified as Park Hill homicide victim
It's not clear what led to the shooting. No one has been charged in the case.
Police cruiser involved in crash on I-265 in Clark Co.
Police have not said if anyone was injured in the crash.
Burglary suspect shot by deputy at church identified
Kentucky State Police said security personnel had been posted at Simpsonville Baptist Church because of a burglary that took place at the church Thursday. About 2:45 a.m. Friday, a security
Louisville's 109th homicide victim of 2016 identified
The city's record for single-year homicides is 110, set in 1971. 


Louisville woman steals Jeffersonville Police cruiser, leads officers on chase during rush hour
A Louisville woman led Jeffersonville Police on two chases Friday night, and in one of them she was driving a cruiser.
Louisville officials plan intervention in LG&E's request for 8.5 percent rate hike
Louisville Gas & Electric is asking the Public Service Commission to allow a rate increase, but the city of Louisville announced Friday afternoon that it is planning to intervene in the
1 person dead after shooting in Russell neighborhood
One person is dead after a shooting Friday afternoon in the Russell neighborhood. 
3 council members back petition asking Wal-Mart to return to west Louisville
Jessica Green (D-1), Mary Woolridge (D-3) and Kelly Downard (R-16) are supporting a petition started by Rev. Kirk M. Bush of Harrods Creek Baptist Church.
LMPD investigating fatal shooting in Algonquin neighborhood
The call came in around 7:20 p.m. as a report of one person shot. 
U.S. Marshals arrest man wanted in connection with Indiana woman's disappearance
Police have arrested a man wanted in connection with the disappearance of his estranged wife in Florida. 
Police release identity of burglary suspect killed by deputy sheriff in Simpsonville
We now know the identity of the man who was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy in Simpsonville early Friday.
Christmas tree shortage increases prices this holiday season
The Norton Commons Christmas tree lot owner says you could see an increase of anywhere between $5 and $10 for an 8-foot tree or between $10 and $20 for taller trees.
PR firm settles defamation suit against local radio hosts, broadcaster, related to U of L sex scandal leak
On Oct. 6, John Ramsey and Mike Rutherford apologized to Scott Jennings on their show, "Ramsey & Rutherford in the Afternoon." The details of the settlement were not available.
Amid spike in violence, Louisville looks to citizens to be ambassadors for change
Bodies lying in the street are an unfortunate and common reality in Louisville this year. Now the city is looking to everyday people to be ambassadors for change.