Wednesday Mar 26
East end estate destroyed by fire
An expensive home in Eastern Jefferson county goes up in flames, and neighbors say a woman inside managed to get out safely.
Bellewood teacher 'ExCel's' in helping students in crisis
ANCHORAGE, Ky. The newest winner of the WHAS11 ExCel Award is a teacher at the Bellewood School, a partnership between the Jefferson County Public Schools system and state agency schools.
Louisville's St. Patrick's Day Parade draws crowds in the Highlands
A fter weeks of brisk temperatures, warm weather brought out tens of thousands of winter-weary Louisville-area residents and visitors alike to Bardstown Road for the 41st St. Patrick's Day Parade.
For some schools, snow (almost always) still means go
March has brought 3 to 4 inches, mixed, of snow, sleet and ice. But fourth-grader Sophie Bowling was A-OK with her school's two-hour-delay.
C-J On Assignment | Louisville history lures in reporter Martha Elson
I grew up in Oak Ridge, Tenn., also known as the "Atomic City" -- which was developed in the 1940s for the Manhattan Project during World War II.