Keith Kaiser is at Southeast Christian Church riding ponies, eating carnival food and enjoying the Holiday.
A Palmyra based business capitalizes as the college football season gets away.
The resort has a new menu just for dogs--but the food is edible for humans, too.
Teen drama and a whole lot of action, it's some of what's available at the box office. So, what should you check out this weekend? Our movie guy, Dr. Andrew Cooper, is back to let you know.
More people are teeing up now than ever before, golf instructors say.
The young singer will travel to New York City to perform the national anthem.
The creative, trending twist one local couple had added to the pics from their special day.
Brown Forman's Chief Entertaining Officer Tim Laird is combining both to share the spotlight in his party menu!
The Bristol Bar and Grille Chef Bill Lynch gives his expertise on getting the best results on the grill and details of their Game Day Dinner specials in September.
Louisville attorney Darryl Isaacs accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge live on TV.
Keith Kaiser gets his toes tapping with Kentucky's musical heritage and fills up on traditional southern foods.
Keith Kaiser experiences the diverse culture and performances for those who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Home Cuisine's Mae Pike shows us how to roast it with savory spices to bring out a nutty flavor.
Their reaction to the icy water and the donations being made to the ALS Association Kentucky Chapter.
Keith Kaiser previews the music, food and fun planned for the August 30th event.
The local business leader that issued the challenge, and when Lamb will take the challenge live on air.
Keith Kaiser explores all the different activities starting at Waterfront Park on September 1st.
Keith Kaiser learns about different cultures setting up on the Belvedere for Labor Day weekend.
Meijer's Ready! For You program highlights convenient and time-saving ideas for satisfying meals and snacks that you can have ready…in no time.
Proformance Fitness expert Carlos Rivas says exercises to reduce low back pain are not complicated.
From serious injury to racing multiple IronMan races in a year, Mike Rice's inspiring story.
Participating athletes will go on a 140-mile trek, consisting of swimming, biking and running.
Check out the special gift Chris Sutter received when he visited the Kentucky State Fair one last time.
A 9-year-old Bardstown boy continues to smile while battling a serious illness. His family is trying to raise $300,000 for a pancreatic transplant.
A look at Rex Thomson's career and the battle he's now facing.
Volunteers will be cleaning up neighborhoods throughout the city of Jeffersonville.
The coaches share what parents are doing right and what we could do better in coaching our young athletes.
Comedian Steve Hofstetter is excited about the reception of the show in Louisville and beyond.
Keith Kaiser previews some of the participants for the August 23rd event at Churchill Downs.
Keith Kaiser is on a mission to find the most interesting exhibits, people and food at the Kentucky State Fair.
Financial expert Mark Lamkin explains how the housing market has changed along with the rules of home buying.
The impact Philadelphia's Mo'ne Davis is having on the Little League World Series and the reason Sports Illustrated decided to break new ground.
Cake artist Adrienne Holland shows the newest techniques she's showcasing at the Jeffersonville bakery.
Chef Josh Moore has a Red Wine Vinaigrette that compliments the juicy tomatoes straight off the vine.
Fitness expert Tonya Deetch has the steps that make this a good way to get started on a fun exercise routine.
The app allows non-profit businesses, such as schools, to receive percentages on purchases that anyone makes online.
"I'm trying to get him some transportation, and trying to do a few upgrades on her home," friend, David Lucas said.
The program's purpose is to get bigger dogs acquainted with humans in a calm setting.
The Kentucky State Fair is officially here, and you know what that means...more fried food than you could ever dream of! Chris Sutter puts his health on the line to tell you if you should try fried bourbon, fried oreos, and the Hot Brown on a stick.
How kids are getting an early start at being potential Ironmen.
Home Cuisine's Mae Pike shares a recipe using this super food that softens the leaves and boosts the flavor.
In this School Smarts report, Sterling Riggs reveals some tips for students to go to college for a discount or even for free.
Keith Kaiser hits the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort as some of the best lady golfers prepare to compete.
Dr. Donna Hargens explains the effort to make transportation more efficient and the plan to focus students on getting a quality education.
Family fun including a bounce house and corn hole tournament add to the rib competition.
Keith Kaiser plays with baby tigers, becomes friends with a monkey and hops around with a baby kangaroo.
WDRB celebrity scoopers including Candyce Clifft will be at Fourth Street Live! on Wednesday, August 13.
Celebrity colleagues and admirers of Robin Williams shared their reactions to his death at age 63 in an apparent suicide:
Kentucky Third District Congressman John Yarmuth sat down with WDRB in the Morning's Sterling Riggs to discuss the Fair Minimum Wage Act and a few other issues he's working on in Congress.
Kroger Chef Paul Dowel has a one dish dinner that's quick, filling and filled with vegetables.
Keith Kaiser risks his taste buds and his dignity to try a Salsarita burrito with Carolina Reaper sauce.
"I know, I'm in love with the devil," is what the pony's owner says when talking about her Palamino.
Louvino is located on Bardstown Road, near Eastern Parkway.
The Army veteran lost his leg in the Persian Gulf War.
The app helps eliminate waste by giving leftover food to anyone who is hungry.
Keith Kaiser is with Drama by George and his characters Water Boy and a Super Bully learning what to say to school bullies.
Jude Redfield chatted with store employees and enjoyed lunch.