Not a lot has happened since last summer's announcement, but the C.O.O. of Angel's Envy says the company is still planning a distillery and visitors center across from Slugger Field.
The driver, who police say is a man in his 20s, was pronounced dead the scene.
The great lawn at Waterfront Park lit up with hot air balloons Thursday night as part of the U.S. Bank Balloon Glimmer.
MetroSafe officials say I-71 northbound is closed at Zorn Avenue after an injury accident.
Officials say finger bridge joints have popped up and caused safety concerns.
Sherry Wood volunteers at Wayside Christian every week, giving free haircuts to homeless men, women and children.
Police say a Shepherdsville tattoo business was hiding drugs, guns and money. Now, one man is behind bars -- and there's one specific charge that has the judge concerned.
A KSP spokesperson says the Canine Section is attached to special operations and includes 16 troopers, three officers and 24 dogs.
According to the study, Kentucky is the seventh-nerdiest state in the country and Indiana ranks 11th.
Salaries start between $7.25 and $8.00 per hour depending on qualifications.
Eric Crawford profiles Larry Collmus, the new voice of the Kentucky Derby, who began calling races for his friends in his high school hallways, as he prepares for his debut as Churchill Downs' track announcer.
UPS Worldport has been forced into a new deal, when almost all of the local union voted it down.
Hodgenville Mayor Terry Cruse is publicly defending himself after being charged with stealing taxpayer dollars.
Superintendent Glenda Ritz read to the kids at Parkwood Elementary School in Clarksville, Ind., Thursday afternoon.
The rides are in place and testing is being done. Crews are working on finishing touches.
Ordinance would permit establishments that sell more alcohol and food
You could say a burglar was thinking outside the box.
New shopping complexes are coming to Highway 62 near River Ridge in Jeffersonville.
Collmus gained worldwide notoriety with an entertaining stretch call at Monmouth Park in New Jersey in 2010, during which a horse named "My Wife Knows Everything" beat out "The Wife Doesn't Know."
Our partners at Business First report that Jeff Wyler plans to buy Bob Montgomery's Chevy and Honda dealerships on Dixie Highway.
Vendors have packed into the Chow Wagon, offering a wide variety of food and drinks.
Police say a man and his wife worked together to distract an elderly Kroger shopper so they could steal her wallet.
The list of potential Kentucky governor candidates just got shorter.
Lance Lashley says the accusations against him are not true.
Police say a verbal argument in the street escalated into gunfire.
Since the Oaks Day crowds have now swelled to over 100,000, Churchill Downs is trying something new.
Police in Richland Co., Ohio, say they've recorded a twisted crime on camera: a woman stealing from a child's grave.
A postal service spokesperson says the mail carrier failed to deliver certain mail over a two-year period so he could pick up his kids from school during that time.
A WDRB News crew spotted the lights on the pedestrian bridge early Thursday morning.
Some Indiana school officials are worried about a rerun of last year's computer troubles.
18-year-old Nicholas Bain was acquitted on Wednesday.
Shortly after 11 a.m., police say they were called to Bettie Johnson Hall, a dorm building near the corner of 4th St. and Cardinal Blvd., after they received a report that a man had stolen a wallet from an office.
Police say they do not expect to file charges against the driver.
Against the Grain, the craft brewery and restaurant at Louisville Slugger Field, is looking to add a new production facility in Louisville to meet growing demand for its beer, which it sells under its own brand and as house-label brews for other restaurants.
Burrell Strange, Sr., an all but forgotten Civil War soldier, is finally memorialized thanks to the efforts of his great-great grandson 150 years later.
A Louisville woman already serving time for a charge involving a fatal DUI has confessed to stealing several credit cards from an Illinois woman and charging more than $5,000 worth of merchandise.
Police say the suspect pointed a gun at the alleged victim and stated: "I should blow your brains out."
The apartments where the incident was reported early Thursday.
Police say the driver at West Muhammad Ali Boulevard and 32nd Street was moving fast enough to strike the railroad bridge and completely shear the top from the trailer this afternoon.
Officials say the Bullitt County Drug Task Force arrested Paul Arthur Turner, the owner of Ink-A-Holix, alleging that his tattoo shop was a narcotics front.
Kathy Netherland, 48, and her 16-year-old daughter were found dead inside their home in the Botland community of Bardstown on Tuesday.
Indiana ramp opening to come in late May at the very earliest; it may not open until after closing of Second Street Bridge.
A 16-year-old boy is facing attempted rape and sexual abuse charges after an incident at Pleasure Ridge Park High School.
Federal, state and local law enforcement officials are investigating several medical facilities in Louisville and Indiana.
Court records say Young punched John Michael Robertson, Cassi Gouker's boyfriend, in the face last Friday.
The social media craze is helping teens "prompose"and others to remember an upcoming holiday.