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More >>, The Jefferson County Public Schools tax increase question on the ballot delayed election results in Louisville on Tuesday night, election officials said. More >>, Congressman John Yarmuth won an eighth term Tuesday over Rhonda Palazzo, the Associated Press projects. Listen to WDRBmedia Live for Free!
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Being the cool dad that he is, Phil helps Haley convince Claire to allow Dylan to move in temporarily, but after seeing how intimate living together means, Phil is having major second thoughts. More >>, Officials from hospitals in both states urged people to wear masks and follow safety guidelines, especially as flu season and cold weather set in.
• From a mobile device or tablet, download the FREE "TuneIn Radio App". The Andy Griffith Show Aunt Bee's Invisible Beau. More >>, A high school in Hardin County is transforming into a drive-thru flu shot and rapid COVID-19 testing site this week. Sorry, there are no recent results for popular articles. More >>, Kentucky voters resoundingly opposed a proposal to give longer terms to elected prosecutors and district judges in Tuesday's general election. More >>, The LMPD Homicide Unit is investigating the shooting. He has been put on administrative reassignment while police investigate the two misdemeanor charges.
More >>, The presidential election generated higher turnouts around the country, but that can't be said of Kentuckiana.
More >>, “I am not ready to make commitments about what my future might hold,” Mayor Greg Fischer's top economic development aide told WDRB. More >>, Kentucky Republicans said strong showings by President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell helped fuel major gains in the state House and Senate. More >>, As of Friday, 1,153 Kentuckians were hospitalized with COVID-19, and 299 patients were being treated in intensive care units, according to Kentucky Public Health.
More >>, During a hearing in Marion County Superior Court on Wednesday, a judge ordered Stark, 55, to be released from custody on Sunday after serving 10 days for contempt. WDRB News offers Louisville Kentucky and Southern Indiana news, local headlines, weather, traffic and sports. More >>, Some criticized the contract for a lack of police reform. More >>, The shooting happened at 8:30 p.m. Sunday after two Seymour Police officers responded to reports of shoplifting at a nearby Walmart on East Tipton Street, according to Indiana State Police. More >>, E-Learning will continue until Thanksgiving break, with students expected to return to in-person learning by Nov. 30. Louisville, KY, USA.
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More >>, "I think I’m going to demonstrate that you can be outspent by $40 million and still win," McConnell told WDRB on the eve of his election to a seventh term in the U.S. Senate. More >>, U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Louisville, is thanking supporters for re-electing him to an eighth term for Kentucky's third district on Tuesday. WDRB Jobs How to tell WDRB about your Kentucky unemployment problem If you would like to submit your information so that we can share it with Gov. More >>, He said he didn't know how fast he was going at the time but was in a hurry to get home. More >>, The hotline is open through 7 p.m. on Election Day. Gender 60% female; 40% male. Beshear's office, please use this page. WDRB News offers Louisville Kentucky and Southern Indiana news, local headlines, weather, traffic and sports. More >>, Officials say scammers are trying to trick people into giving away their personal information. More >>, Amy Sample became the 23rd principal in the history of St. Xavier High School last week. More >>, Curtis Collman II was convicted in October on several charges, including meth possession and neglect of a dependent resulting in death. Iliana's Best Choice In Danville Illinois Area, Playing American Adult Standards, New Orleans, LA USA, Public Radio.
More >>, The federal lawsuit blames LMPD officers for shoddy police work and racial profiling.
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More >>, As election numbers continue to roll in, President Donald Trump is planning to request a recount in Wisconsin and calling for some states to stop counting ballots.
More >>, The Cardinals open the season Nov. 25. • From a computer or laptop at www.WDRBmedia.com and click the listen live button. • From a mobile device or tablet, download the FREE "TuneIn Radio App". More >>, Nicole Stivers is now behind bars on a $1 million bond on charges of kidnapping and assault. More >>, LMPD Second Division officers are investigating the shootings, but they have no suspects right now. L I S T E N E R. D E M O G R A P H I C S: Age 18 – 65, 7504 East Independence Blvd, Suite 101 Charlotte NC 28227. More >>, Around 60,000 people worldwide are taking part in the trial. More >>, Stadnyk says he hopes his colleagues on the Board of Supervisors can look past his age so they can focus on the collective goal of improving life for Scott County residents. More >>, U of L has scheduled a mediation with attorneys for former president James Ramsey and other former officials over a two-year-old lawsuit that alleges they plundered the university's endowment through excessive spending and compensation. Watch WDRB's Live on Livestream.com.
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