IMAGES | Eclipse-viewers take in the show at the Kentucky State Fair
IMAGES | Eclipse-viewers take in the show at the Kentucky State Fair

For those that didn't make the trek to Hopkinsville to see the total solar eclipse Monday, the WDRB News viewing part at the Kentucky State Fair drew quite a crowd.

August 21st, 3:30 pm by Valerie Chinn & Stephan Johnson
As solar eclipse ends, traffic stalls heading out of Hopkinsville
As solar eclipse ends, traffic stalls heading out of Hopkinsville

There are only a few ways out of Hopkinsville, and after the solar eclipse ended Monday afternoon, drivers quickly found themselves in bumper-to-bumper traffic.

August 21st, 5:30 pm by Katrina Helmer
Hopkinsville museum working on time capsule to memorialize solar eclipse
Hopkinsville museum working on time capsule to memorialize solar eclipse

One day after tens of thousands of visitors hightailed it out of Hopkinsville after watching the total solar eclipse, residents are cleaning up and making plans to commemorate the historic event. 

August 22nd, 2:55 pm by Katrina Helmer
Elizabethtown woman gives birth to baby daughter during solar eclipse
Elizabethtown woman gives birth to baby daughter during solar eclipse

An Elizabethtown family experienced a life-changing event that actually eclipsed the eclipse.

August 22nd, 5:06 pm
Video| Northern Kentucky girl sobs disappointment following eclipse
Video| Northern Kentucky girl sobs disappointment following eclipse

7-year-old Campbell Thaman was not happy with her view of the Great American Eclipse. 

August 23rd, 2:37 pm
WDRB and Heine Brothers raise $50,000 for the Kentucky Science Center with eclipse glasses
WDRB and Heine Brothers raise $50,000 for the Kentucky Science Center with eclipse glasses

The funds were raised through a partnership to distribute solar eclipse glasses.

August 23rd, 3:12 pm by Travis Kircher
Dozens complain of eye pain after seeing solar eclipse without glasses
Dozens complain of eye pain after seeing solar eclipse without glasses

The solar eclipse didn't last long Monday, but it may have done some long-term damage.

August 22nd, 6:58 pm by Stephan Johnson
Eclipse traffic gives smaller Kentucky cities a major tourism boost
Eclipse traffic gives smaller Kentucky cities a major tourism boost

On Monday, Eclipse traffic was spotted as far north as Elizabethtown, and local businesses were seeing major profits because of it.

August 21st, 10:46 pm by Sara Sidery
Shelby County Schools use the solar eclipse as educational experience
Shelby County Schools use the solar eclipse as educational experience

From the classrooms to outside in the stadium, eclipse-mania hit Shelby County High School in full swing. 

August 21st, 4:45 pm by Hayden Ristevski
People from across the country amazed by total solar eclipse in Hopkinsville
People from across the country amazed by total solar eclipse in Hopkinsville

People from across the country flocked to Hopkinsville on Monday to see a total solar eclipse, and they didn't leave disappointed.

August 21st, 4:17 pm by Travis Ragsdale
WATCH REPLAY: WDRB's Coverage of Total Solar Eclipse
WATCH REPLAY: WDRB's Coverage of Total Solar Eclipse

Did you miss the Total Eclipse? You can still watch WDRB's Special Report from Hopkinsville.  

August 21st, 12:37 pm
Some finding spiritual meaning in Monday's solar eclipse
Some finding spiritual meaning in Monday's solar eclipse

People will experience the eclipse in many different ways, and for some people, it will be a spiritual event. 

August 21st, 7:29 am by Travis Ragsdale
Are your solar eclipse glasses safe?
Are your solar eclipse glasses safe?

You may have eclipse glasses, but how do you know if they're safe?

August 17th, 4:11 pm by Gil Corsey
Louisville Slugger Museum celebrates Monday's solar eclipse
Louisville Slugger Museum celebrates Monday's solar eclipse

Hundreds of people lined up outside the museum hours before opening Sunday, to get their hands on a special edition bat. 

August 20th, 8:33 pm
Schools in eclipse's path seize on ready-made science lesson
Schools in eclipse's path seize on ready-made science lesson

In towns and cities along the path of the solar eclipse, some school districts are seizing the opportunity for ready-made science lessons while others chose to take the day off.

August 20th, 7:31 pm

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