Sunday Edition | Louisville’s newest landlord: Wall Street
Sunday Edition | Louisville’s newest landlord: Wall Street

Financial firms in New York and other institutional investors are snapping up single-family homes in Louisville. They want to be your landlord for years to come.

Lexington breaks ground on expanded convention center
Lexington breaks ground on expanded convention center

The $241 million project is expected to be completed in late 2021. 

Norton Children's Hospital recognized for children's diabetes treatment
Norton Children's Hospital recognized for children's diabetes treatment

The hospital's Wendy Novak Diabetes Center was awarded a certificate of distinction for in-patient diabetes care.

Ford recalls 550,000 vehicles that can roll away unexpectedly
Ford recalls 550,000 vehicles that can roll away unexpectedly

The recall covers certain 2013 through 2016 Fusion sedans and some 2013 and 2014 Escape small SUVs.

Deal at participating Rally's nets half-off Kentucky State Fair parking
Deal at participating Rally's nets half-off Kentucky State Fair parking

The half-price parking coupons and limited edition souvenir cups are available through Aug. 15 at 36 participating Rally's locations in Kentucky and southern Indiana.

TARC's 'LouLift' offering expanded service to Louisville attractions
TARC's 'LouLift' offering expanded service to Louisville attractions

The route has expanded to include the Speed Art Museum, Churchill Downs, and other attractions south of downtown on Fourth Street.

River Ridge begins expansion project in Charlestown
River Ridge begins expansion project in Charlestown

River Ridge is at the site of the former Indiana Army Ammunition plant, where nearly 30,000 people worked at one time.

Jessica Bard
New Albany's MESA Kids Cooking School offers cooking camps for youngsters
New Albany's MESA Kids Cooking School offers cooking camps for youngsters

The camps and classes are for children ages 7 to 14.

Louisville lands a spot on James Beard Taste America Culinary Tour
Louisville lands a spot on James Beard Taste America Culinary Tour

The tour spotlights food destinations across the country while raising money for the James Beard Foundation

Schnatter says he shouldn't have resigned as Papa John's chairman
Schnatter says he shouldn't have resigned as Papa John's chairman

The Papa John's founder says in a letter obtained by WDRB that he gave into pressure without a fair investigation of the facts surrounding his use of racial language.

Chris Otts
Residents of west Louisville protest Family Dollar's plans to sell alcohol
Residents of west Louisville protest Family Dollar's plans to sell alcohol

Family Dollar stores could soon be a one-stop-shop for household goods, food, and now, booze.

Jessica Bard
Cat lovers! Two 'cat cafes' to open soon in Louisville
Cat lovers! Two 'cat cafes' to open soon in Louisville

Customers can sip on drinks -- including beer and wine -- as they seek out adoptable cats.

Papa John's founder John Schnatter kicked out of Louisville office
Papa John's founder John Schnatter kicked out of Louisville office

Louisville-based Papa John’s International further distanced itself from company founder John Schnatter on Monday following Schnatter’s admitted use of racial language.

Chris Otts
Newburg residents to protest at site of proposed liquor store
Newburg residents to protest at site of proposed liquor store

The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control will decide whether the liquor store can open.

Getting the scoop on Ehrler's for National Ice Cream Day
Getting the scoop on Ehrler's for National Ice Cream Day

It's one of Louisville's newest ice cream parlors, but also one of the city's oldest companies for the sweet treat.

Kate Springer
Paint It Sweet takes art parties and face painting on the road
Paint It Sweet takes art parties and face painting on the road

The business opened a new mobile art studio on Saturday.

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