Keith Kaiser is practicing his jump shot with the up and coming basketball stars from across the country.
Oaks and Derby are just around the corner and that means it's crunch time to find the perfect hat or fascinator to match your dress.
Keith Kaiser learns how to prepare for this weekend's KDF marathon and mini-marathon.
Designer Lisa Bizzell shows how to setting a perfect table for the Easter holiday can be easy with the right material and a plan.
Steven Cubine discusses the details of how to sign up for auditions and what to expect for the new reality show.
We have hidden Easter eggs all over the viewing area -- from PRP to New Albany and from Shelbyville to Elizabethtown.
Cloverfields' Farm & Kitchen's Janine Washle shows how to make mini quiche and a Kentucky classic "Transparent Pie."
Adrienne & Co. Bakery and Cafe's Adrienne Holland shows the one tube you need to make a great centerpiece for your holiday.
Keith Kaiser takes a swing at the Cabbage Patch's fourth annual Putt Fore the Patch miniature golf tournament.
The Home Depot's Scott Krueger and Joe Autry show the safe steps to sharpening your tools and getting everything in perfect shape.
The Louisville florist helping "put a wing on it" for the clever promotion.
Chef David Danielson will talk about the meal being served and show us how to make a tomato corn bread panzanella salad.
Keith Kaiser sizes up with some of the fittest competitors as they prepare for this weekend's body building competition.
Mike Gandolfo gives a preview of this year's Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic.
A local wine shop put a unique twist on the Douglass Loop business, helping dogs find new homes one sip at a time.
People love getting out in the warm weather, but doctors warn spring also brings a lot of yard work related injuries.
A growing community of artists are taking their work to the West End. They have migrated to affordable warehouses and are setting up shop in the Portland neighborhood.
Kelly Davis had the best seat in the house. The Navy's top demonstration team invited WDRB to take to the skies for the flight of a lifetime.
On April 12, Wesley Korir, winner of the Boston Marathon in 2012 and the Los Angeles Marathon in 2009 and 2010, will return to Louisville to lead Taper for a Cause, a 5K race through Iroquois Park.
Winner gets a trip for two to the finals of American Idol, compliments of Feeders Supply and Sam Swope Auto Group
To help celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Thunder, the Blue Angels return.
Sterling Riggs discovered that he's gaining popularity through a new craze called whaling.
Keith Kaiser is running bases with the Louisville Bats and his mascot friends for their season opener.
A new poll finds a sharp increase in the number of Americans who consider the Bible merely the teachings of men rather than the word of God.
Keith Kaiser checks out an indoor race track on a small scale.
Financial advisor, Mark Lamkin explains the three types of insurance everyone needs, and the two types you should avoid.
When the implanted device is activated, the patients can wiggle their toes, lift their legs and stand briefly.
Home Depot's Joe Autry and Scott Krueger show you the tools to use to get your home and garden ready for spring.
When tickets go on sale for the June 26th show at the KFC Yum! Center.
Keith Kaiser is taking a ride with this weekend's cycling event on Frankfort Avenue.
Kroger Chef Paul Dowell shares his budget-friendly recipe that will please your whole family.
Keith Kaiser is at the Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft to show of some wearable art.
Fitness expert Michelle Yeager Turner shows some easy exercises to improve your basketball skills and burn a few calories.
The students built a drone that allowed everyone to see just how bad the damage was.
A local restaurant owner is heading to the homeland of pizza and hoping to come back with some bragging rights.
Churchill Downs' Darren Rogers offers his list of the horses to watch in the last four Kentucky Derby prep races.
Fans remember her for roles in some of the most successful television shows of the 1990s including "A Different World" and "The Cosby Show."
The number one allergy problem in Louisville, the best way to prevent exposure and the final solution that could give you relief.
Keith Kaiser gets a close look at the monster trucks for this weekend's Monster Jam.
The unique connection Stoops has to the charity that benefits from the sale of the bottle.
Home Cuisine's Mae Pike shows the variations that can be made with simple adjustments to the recipe.
Admission is free with a 2014 Pegasus Pin or 2014 McDonald's Thunder Funder cup.
Keith Kaiser is taking a bite out of the Kentucky Derby Festival at Nappa River Grill getting a taste test of next week's annual "Taste of Derby Festival."
Easter is just days away. Julee Lair shares some easy Easter crafts the children can do and leave for the Easter Bunny.
Janine Washle shares recipes using spring vegetables including a spring roll, a lentil salad and a strawberry vinaigrette.
With the help of an "invisible" tormentor," the producers have a little fun with resident prankster, Jude Redfield and his coconspirator, Mike Marshall.
Spring is here and that means it is time to get your outdoor area ready.
Keith Kaiser looks to the skies with Bob Hill, as he prepares for the annual kite festival on April 5th.
Keith Kaiser helps judge the final four contestants competing for money, bragging rights and a spot on a restaurant menu.
Kelly Davis goes behind the scenes of the theatrical fashion event that creatively stages Derby season's hottest fashions on April 2nd.
Lexington-based Youth Alert hosts forums regarding youth-related issues across Kentucky.
Food trucks are a growing trend in the area. The Small Business Development Center is helping new owners streamline the process of opening a truck.
The 2013 NCAA national runner-up Louisville women's basketball team returns to the KFC Yum! Center with their sights set on repeating their magical run to the NCAA Women's Final Four.
Keeneland's spring season begins next Friday, April 4.