Sherry Brady said she first drew inspiration to begin losing weight by watching other runners.
It gives you the kind of view of Louisville you're not going to see anywhere else, but changes are underway at the Iroquois Park Northern Overlook to the tune of 1 million dollars.
Keith Kaiser gives us a preview of Silver Creek High School Theatre's latest production, The Drowsy Chaperone.
Financial expert Mark Lamkin explains some mistakes the could move your tax return to the top of the list for an audit.
Keith Kaiser learns about spring break camps at the Kentucky Science Center that will keep children's minds busy.
Oldham County showcases all the area has to offer from its local businesses and restaurants.
PNC Broadway in Louisville is bringing some of the biggest shows from the "great white way" to town. Matt Porter reveals the big draws in store for the 2014-2015 season.
Mae Pike shares a lent-friendly recipe that is a colorful feast for the eyes.
The famous song line, "Her name was Lola. She was a showgirl," is brought to life on stage at the Derby Dinner Playhouse.
Liz Magee shows you how to make a "catch-all" dish that can spruce up your entry way or dresser without all the clutter.
Keith Kaiser is raising money for Children's Miracle Network Hospital while enjoying some flapjacks for National Pancake Day.
Cloverfields Farm and Kitchen's Janine Washle shares Fat Tuesday recipes and a day dedicated to indulgence.
The guys from Home Depot help you get ahead on spring planting by starting gardens early this season.
The Lady Cards take on the Univ. of Connecticut Huskies Monday night at the KFC Yum! Center.
Follow the recipe to make grilled shrimp at home.
Fire officials say it may be the best way to train firefighters to battle an actual blaze.
All eyes are on the red carpet tonight as stars dress their best for the Academy Awards, and a local designer is hoping to take center stage with the stars.
Chris Sutter learns to make Texas-style and vegetarian chili.
The device was developed in Louisville by the company Neuronetrix.
The idea of middle school and high school football programs in Scottsburg is voted down.
The Hudnall brothers share their personal tips and tricks to calling turkeys and the proper way to cook your prized bird after a day's hunt.
Keith Kaiser is preparing himself for spring and is checking out the Home, Garden and Remodeling Show at the Kentucky Expo Center.
The tribute offered by the owners of The Laughing Derby in Louisville on the passing of one of their regular performers.
The free energy workshops being offered and the supplies low-income and elderly can get for their homes.
Keith Kaiser learns about the 150 years of history that was restored at the WaterWorks Museum.
The technology is aimed at assisting families at risk of passing along potentially fatal Mitochondrial disease by taking the mother's faulty DNA material and replacing with a healthy donor's.
They're getting ready for senior night next week and Native American night, which is a rematch with UConn on Monday, March 3rd.
Keith Kaiser asks fashion expert Jo Ross about how body type, color and even a little bling can change how you look in a suit.
Fitness expert Carlos Rivas shares some exercises to get you in shape in time for the spring and summer months.
Adrienne Holland and brother Bernie Pasquantino are getting in the spirit with their own version of this Mardi Gras favorite.
Keith Kaiser is getting a sample of a special event that uses Girl Scout cookies to create grown-up desserts.
Scott Kreuger and Joe Autry explain the benefits of using technology to monitor how much energy is used to heat your home.
Keith Kaiser discovers dishes from tiramisu to entrees will be served at the event on February 24th.
Healthy Living advisor Melissa Hehman, RD, CDE explains how Legumes, Oils, Vegetables and Exercise can help your heart, plus she has an easy salmon recipe.
Fitness trainer Michelle Yeager Turner shows how using simple household items can help you get in a quick, cheap and easy workout.
A Louisville based business is creating life-like statues for some of the most well known companies around the world.
Keith Kaiser helps make some of the chocolates packaged in special boxes designed by a local artist.