Monday Dec 16
Interstate 65 traffic change delayed until after holidays; first bridge beam being set
An Interstate 65 traffic shift planned for this week in Jeffersonville as part of the Ohio River Bridges Project has been postponed until after January 1. Northbound drivers on I-65 exiting at 10th Street must begin yielding to the collector road traffic early next year rather than merging because traffic will be shifting to a new temporary lane ... (more)
Monday Dec 16
Know Before You Go: Week of December 16
The following traffic restrictions and changes will be in effect this week due to the construction of the downtown and east end bridges.
Looking ahead in the Ohio River Bridges Downtown project
LOUISVILLE, Ky. The following closures and lane restrictions are expected this week and next week in connection with construction on the Downtown Crossing: Work Currently Underway: Louisville Streets: Jackson Street from Jefferson Street to Market Street is scheduled to be closed through Monday, December 16 for work on a storm sewer.
No wrecking ball: Shotgun house may get another century after move
Neighbors on the south side of New Albany High School have watched as the New Albany-Floyd school system has bought modest homes and demolished them to enlarge the school campus.
Coming Up On LEX 18 News At Noon - December 2, 2013
Fire engulfed a home in Montgomery County early Monday morning. The home burning on Asa Means Road in Jeffersonville was first reported a little after 5 a.m. Firefighters were still battling the fire at 6:30 a.m. Crews responded from Powell County to help out.
Date set for completion of Jeffersonville Big Four Bridge ramp
JEFFERSONVILLE, KY A date has been confirmed for the completion of the ramp construction on the Jeffersonville side of the Big Four Bridge.
New Albany's drug dealing probe nets 26 suspects
New Albany police arrested 23 men and women Tuesday and Wednesday following a six-month undercover investigation into dealing in illegal prescription pain pills, methamphetamine, marijuana and heroin.
Ohio River Bridges project secures low-interest loan
Kentucky was approved for a low-interest, long-term federal loan this week that officials estimate will save $100 million on financing for the downtown crossing part of the $2.6 billion Ohio River Bridges Project.