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.
Owner Khalil Batshon says they are the place to be in Valley Station for football and basketball season.
The app helps eliminate waste by giving leftover food to anyone who is hungry.
The inspiration behind the drive and the momentum the petition is gaining.
Shark dive shows, shark feedings, shark touching and shark overnights offered to guests.
Keith Kaiser hitches a ride on the iconic airship.
Sterling Riggs discovers the teamwork and dedication it takes to achieve the precision to bring home national titles.
Keith Kaiser tries rappelling to help the Lincoln Heritage Council fundraiser on September 26th.
Keith Kaiser talks with therapists at Kentucky Orthopedic Rehab Team getting advice on a baseline to diagnose concussions and what parents should ask during physicals.
Commissioner Rodney Brewer is helping raise awareness and money by hiking the Grand Canyon beginning August 22nd.
Keith Kaiser is with Drama by George and his characters Water Boy and a Super Bully learning what to say to school bullies.
The Kentucky Beef Council's Caitlin Swartz shares a recipe that kids and adults will love.
Expert Tonya Deetch shows how adding different exercises to your routine can help take your workout to the next fitness level.
Metro Councilman David James is teaming up with First Gethsemane Church, Kosair Charities and the Walmart Foundation.
Thousands of people audition for American Idol in Nashville, TN.
The Louisville Free Public Library is coming off of a strong summer and hopes to keep that momentum.
A group of teens from a Louisville boxing club achieves their greatest triumph, while at the same time facing the kind of trouble that could end their young careers.
The show is the brain child and personal challenge for comedian Steve Hofstetter.
The book drive and effort by U of L Pediatrics to encourage parents to read to children from infancy and up.
Keith Kaiser checks out the vintage classics and their colorful owners.
Jennifer Brey, M.D. from Children's Orthopaedics of Louisville explains the warning signs of a serious injury and has insight into what kids can handle.
Home Cuisine's Mae Pike shares a recipe that's healthy, quick and easy to assemble.
Keith Kaiser learns about music therapy and how you can write your own song at Songwriter 101.
Kosair Children's Hospital Safe Kids Coordinator Erika Janes, R.N. explains the things each child needs to learn before going back to school.
The course had been advertised as a way to feel confident in meetings.
Cloverfields Farm & Kitchen's Janine Washle shares a wrap that's perfect to grab as you head out, and a quick version of Belgian waffles to satisfy those big appetites.
Keith Kaiser gets ideas for back-to-school outfits from fashion expert Jo Ross and her Fashion Council.
The Home Depot team shows the tools you need to give your home a whole new look with a decorative touch.
The coach hosts a party in Louisville for dedicate Hilltoppers on July 29th.
Kosair Children's Hospital child advocate suggestions for helping have a successful school day.
Advocates from the Langsford learning acceleration center explain the best ways students learn.
Meijer Healthy Living Advisor Janine Faber says July is blueberry month, and she has sweet and savory ways to enjoy this tiny super food.
Kentucky One Health registered dietician Michelle Schuppe Eckhart, R.D., L.D. says it's easy to make sure everything in the lunch box is eaten.
Simmons College was built in the 1800s to educate Kentucky's freed slaves.
Oldham County High School teachers are utilizing social media platforms as a method to educate students.
New pet regulations in Goshen are aimed to cut down on neighborhood complaints.
Joe Ley Antiques, located in new Nulu, has been in business for 49 years.
U of L's Dr. Andrew Cooper talks about which films are worth catching and which ones audiences may want to pass on.
Keith Kaiser visited Norton Healthcare learning about the signs and symptoms of multiple sclerosis Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, ALS, Alzheimer's disease and stroke.
The trailer starts out tame and ends with some of the steamy scenes that have made E. L. James' "Fifty Shades" trilogy a global best-seller.
Keith Kaiser is behind the scenes with students from all over the area singing and dancing with the Cat and the Hat and Horton the Elephant!
Jude Redfield chatted with store employees and enjoyed lunch.
Keith Kaiser learns from Chef Nancy Russman about breakfast options kids can make themselves to start the school day off right.
Dr. Allan Josephson from U of L's Bingham Clinic says such phobias are fairly common and can occur at various times during a child's school career.
The special jerseys for the players, the photo ops and fun planned at Slugger Field on July 27.
Gerald Lee, M.D. from U of L Physicians Allergy & Immunology says there are some key ways parents can protect their allergic children from health risks and bullying.
Keith Kaiser learns about the special event happening this weekend to benefit the North Bullitt Lions Club.
Pediatrician Heather Felton, M. D. from U of L Pediatrics Stonestreet says vaccines can help parents protect their health and the health of their family.
Josh Moore shares an easy, elegant recipe with basic ingredients that tastes delicious.
Keith Kaiser is at the University of Louisville's School of Dentistry learning about dental exams for children.
Fitness expert Tonya Deetch is ready to share the best way to get "great glutes" before summer ends
Proformance personal trainer Carlos Rivas shows exercises for a 10 minute workout and explains how being positive can help you hit your goals.
How Kentucky State Police troopers are making sure needy and/or at-risk kids get to go to camp.
Four groups will make 30 minute presentations on July 27 to JCPS officials, who will then move ahead with plans to open a new school based on one of the groups' set of ideas.
Alabama is known for hit singles including "Mountain Music," and "Dixieland Delight."
July is the perfect month to start planning and planting a fall garden.
We take you inside Sandi's Styles, a boutique on wheels.
A look at the proper steps students should take when picking what they want to do for the rest of their lives.
The star of the "Southern Fried Chicks" comedy tour is at the Laughing Derby through Saturday, July 19.
Keith Kaiser learns about bacteria, food safety and uncooked meat from Chef Danielle Gleason.
The special guest joining sponsor Sam Swope at the event on Sunday, July 20, 2014.
Keith Kaiser is learning how music played on banjos, ukuleles, mandolins, guitars and other fretted instruments played a part in music history.
Home Cuisine's Mae Pike shows how to make a family-style dish that makes good use of the abundant tomatoes and squash this time of year.
Meteorologist Jude Redfield paid a lunchtime visit to the Midwest Metals company.
Jessie Godderz talks about wrestling, bodybuilding and his fellow superstars hosting an event at the baseball stadium on July 18.
Keith Kaiser is at the Amazon Fulfillment Center getting an inside look at how the company prepares for a new school year.
Financial expert Mark Lamkin from Lamkin Wealth Management says it's no accident that some people have money and others do not.
The reason Laughing Derby owner and show host Steve Hofstetter chose to base the production in Louisville. Show debuts August 2nd.
Cloverfields Farm & Kitchen's Janine Washle shows some easy ideas for enjoying fun treats while camping or at the lake.
The Home Depot team shows how to choose a sealer and the steps to apply for the best results.
Keith Kaiser checks out the Clark County 4-H Fair, happening this week in Charlestown, Indiana.
The legendary figures captured "chillin'" on a bench in Omaha, Nebraska.
It's a Kentucky-made product that few people know is produced here.
Kroger Chef Paul Dowell shares a colorful recipe for a pasta salad using vegetables cooked on the grill.
Sterling Riggs climbs aboard to find out what it takes to run a restaurant on four wheels.
Music therapy teaches patients to sing useful phrases and slowly removes the melody, as part of the process of recovery.
From July 13th - 20th, participating salons will host cut-a-thons, raffles for salon services, and other activities to raise money for Bluegrass Center for Autism.
See what the hype is all about.
Officials say Bardstown has experienced a four or five percent increase in tourism over the past two years.
Dozens of students at John Paul II Academy are stepping up to the line for a shot at the World Championships.
The giant slides set up at Highview Baptist Church East Campus for Friday, July 11
The event on July 12 and 13 features wedding gowns in all shapes, sizes and colors being sold to benefit charity.
Keith Kaiser goes behind the scenes with the Wendy, Peter, the Lost Boys and Tinkerbell.
Three-year-old Emmett Rychner is best pals with 89-year-old Erling Kindem are best pals. The reason they are preparing to go their separate ways.
The places and dignitaries they are meeting and the events they are taking part in while in town.