The plans in place to handle 10,000 to 15,000 customers and employees for the first weekend sales.
Students returning to Ballard High in a few weeks will notice a big change – the once wide-open courtyard situated between the two main buildings is now enclosed by doors and brickwork.
The school wants drivers to see a clear view of the growing U of L campus.
Closing arguments ended just before noon; now it's up to the judge to decide whether Gibson will be sentenced to death for the murder of Stephanie Kirk.
Less than eight months ago, Louisville beat Miami by 27 points. Now the Cards are only favored by three in the rematch Sept. 1. Why?
According to an arrest report, the incident took place shortly after 10 p.m. on Wednesday, outside a home on Deerfield Lane, near the corner of Rudy Lane and N. Hubbards Lane.
Surveillance images show two white men and a black man, each with faces partially covered.
Kentucky State Police are looking for two men accused of trying to steal from Kentuckiana convenience stores.
WDRB's Elizabeth Woolsey will soon be anchoring just the news at 4.
WDRB News finds out how a local burglary suspect has been able to walk in and out of homes with the owners inside.
However, police caution, that determination will not be officially solidified until a toxicology report is completed by the Kentucky Medical Examiner
He says he got the idea from Facebook. Now a Kentucky teen is warning others not to make the same mistake he made.
Kentucky driver's licenses will still be sufficient for gaining access to a vast majority of federal buildings, thanks to an extension granted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, according to a news release.
It happened around 8:30 on Dixie Highway at Katherine Station Road.
House Speaker John Boehner says the House will continue to work on solutions, but a vote did not happen Thursday, the final day before a five-week summer break.
Pence was angry he had to learn from media reports that more than 200 immigrant children have been placed with families in Indiana after they illegally entered the U.S.
According to a report issued by the Office of Drug Control Policy there were just over 1,000 overdose deaths in Kentucky last year.
The district was made famous by the annual Gaslight Festival, which will celebrate its 45th anniversary this September.
According to the Container Store, there were more college registries than wedding registries for the first time ever last year.
A grandmother was robbed and shot Wednesday afternoon as she pushed her grandchild in a stroller.
The cars featured are from the 50's, 60's and 70's, and those who attend each year say there's something for everyone.
A report outlines the drugs most commonly linked to overdose deaths in the state -- as well as the counties that record the most deaths.
Comfy Cow received the #2 ranking on Buzzfeed's list of the "27 Ice Cream Shops You Need To Visit Before You Die."
The annual clothing blitz is held behind Central High School's football stadium.
The Center for Education and Career Innovation is raising concerns.
Nearly 12,000 students made their way to class with new back packs and supplies ready for the new year.
Check out these behind-the-scenes images of WDRB's very own David Scott and Lindsay Allen as they take part in a promo shoot for the station's new upcoming 6 p.m. newscast!
Officers searched the college, but nothing was found.
Police say a man and woman worked together to rob a liquor store, and now they're both in jail.
People are able to shop at the mall's 80 stores while enjoying live music, food and a cash bar.
One of the coaches from the all-star game liked the sensor technology so much, he's offering it to his nearly 150 players this season.
Gibson surprised everyone when he suddenly interrupted a witness and blurted out: "What are you going to do, kill me again?"
The group is pushing for Kentucky legislators to pass a state-wide smoking ban during next year's session.
Police say they'll continue heavily patrolling the area, making more arrests and issuing citations throughout the summer.
NASA's Mars Rover, nicknamed 'Opportunity,' has officially covered the most mileage on the surface of Mars.
Officials say they believe a Minnesota fire, from which a mother and her 7-month-old baby had to be rescued, was set on purpose.
Officials say it could take several days to repair the century-old water pipe that burst.
Dennis Burrage, who just graduated form Camp Taylor Elementary School, is no longer homeless thanks to numerous donations.
Now health workers are scrambling to trace those who may have been exposed to Sawyer across West Africa, including flight attendants and fellow passengers.
A new store is opening with a ton of books for some pint-sized customers.
The woman was taken to University Hospital with what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries.
Republican Rep. Hal Rogers will join Senator McConnell on a 2-day, 10-county bus tour on Aug. 7 and 8 through eastern Kentucky. McConnell is running for re-election against Democrat challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes in a race that has focused largely on coal-related issues.
Peyton Siva battles a Russ Smith-nemesis; Victor Oladipo dazzles; Howard Schnellenberger talks about how he nearly died. Is this the end for Michael Bush?
The event is expected to bring $13 million in revenue to the city.
Consumers, businesses and governments joined to fuel the second-quarter expansion. The government also said growth was more robust last year than it had previously estimated.
Deport them: It's the simple request from Indiana Governor Mike Pence.
Churchill Downs Inc. is entering into a five year deal that will cover Saratoga Casino and Raceway in New York and the Saratoga Casino Black Hawk in Black Hawk, Colorado.
Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden will remain on administrative leave until further notice.
Police say the driver was speeding when he ran off the road and hit a concrete culvert.
Clark County Sheriff Daniel Rodden has been indicted on several federal charges in connection with alleged incidents involving a prostitute, according to court documents.
LMPD says Joshua Lee is now at Metro Corrections on a $25,000 bond. He's faced with multiple charges of theft, fraudulent use of a credit card and criminal mischief.
Louisville firm claims Transportation Cabinet defied inspector's recommendation on minority certification, leading to lost business.
Auditions are under way for the 14th season of American Idol today, and people from across the country have traveled to Music City to try out.
Police say she stabbed another woman in the back of the head.
Drinks will be served at the Grand Hall across the street from the Coliseum in Indianapolis, and they must stay inside.
What woman doesn't want a gentleman who will treat her like a queen? Now every woman can have one.