Tuesday Mar 4
More on Forecastle's 2014 Lineup
It might be Fat Tuesday, but here in Louisville it's Forecastle Tuesday, as the city's largest music festival unveils their 2014 line-up... This is clearly the largest roster in Forecastle's history headlined this year by Outkast, Jack White, Beck, and The Replacements.
The Papillion Times
Caboose on way out, destination to be determined
Back in October, before a bid for the splash pad had even been finalized, the Springfield City Council had decided that the caboose that currently resides in Buffalo Park would need to be auctioned off to make a space for the splash pad's arrival.
The Louisville Cardinal
Kentucky Derby Festival: Ita s just around the cornera
It may seem like a long shot that warm weather, blue skies and green grass are on their way, but we are, in fact, on the home stretch.
Laid off worker talks about KentuckyOne staff cuts
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Belle of Louisville undergoing major renovations
PRIVATE INVESTMENTS. THE BELLE OF LOUISVILLE IS GETTING A MAJOR UPGRADE. CREWS ARE WORKING TO REPLACE THE STEAMBOAT'S 19TH CENTURY ENGINES.
Now you know: Zombie apocalypse born in Louisville
Do you know the role Louisville played in one of the earliest movies with a zombie apocalypse? WLKY's Colin Mayfield has the story.
Now You Know: Oldest ornamental water tower
Did you know Louisville houses the world's oldest ornamental water tower? WLKY's Colin Mayfield takes a look at the history behind the water tower.
Louisville director's long-awaited movie about an instant band to get hometown premiere Saturday
Making movies can be tedious work, until you're actually making one. Case in point: "Pleased to Meet Me," a new feature film from Louisville director Archie Borders.
Plea In Domestic Assault Case
Light snow is falling across the metro. The radar shows snowfall should end before lunchtime with a maximum of a half-inch accumulation.