The thermometer will just barely make it past the freezing mark today before we plunge into the teens tonight. New Year's Eve will be even colder. Slightly warmer weather is on the horizon. Check out FOX19 NOW meteorologist Jeff Creighton's forecast.
A train display at the Behringer-Crawford Museum in Covington is a great family activity during the holiday. The 23rd annual Holiday Toy Train exhibit inside the museum at Devou Park features Lionel trains and Plasticville with over 250 feet of track - and it's hands-on.
The Tri-State and FOX19 NOW are rallying to help Lauren Hill reach her $1 million goal for cancer research by participating in a telethon this week. She is less than $200,000 away from that mark. Twelve phone lines opened at 6 a.m. Tuesday for call-in for pledges at the Cure Starts Now's Woodlawn location.
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Police are searching for two missing teens from Gallatin County. They were last seen Christmas Day and recently used one of the teen's mother's credit cards in Louisville.
Firefighters rescued an elderly man when flames tore through a condominium complex early Tuesday. What was he doing when the smoke alarms went off that kept him from evacuating on his own?
The sudden collapse of a Downtown building that caused $400,000 in damage may have originated with the structure's foundation, officials say. Cleanup at 128 W. Court St. could take weeks.
Auld Lang Syne has been around since at least the 1700s and considered a New Year's staple since 1929. Here's the meaning behind the lyrics to this Scottish folk song you probably will sing when the ball drops at midnight Wednesday.
You have to see these photos: A car crashed into a medical building on the Bethesda North Hospital campus late Monday. The vehicle got wedged in the window of an empty office.
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