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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say someone was stealing yard signs Wednesday night. The thefts took place from yards near the corner of Baringer Avenue and Willow Avenue, near the intersectionMore >>
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Only three rookie pitchers in the National League have struck out more hitters than Tony Cingrani this season. He struck out 28 guys and walked four in his first three starts withMore >>
Tony Cingrani, Cincinnati's top pitching prospect, returns to start in Louisville Thursday. Rick Bozich also discusses the future for U of L baseball and former Cards hoops' star Terrence Williams.More >>
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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- All eyes were on the skies as people watched in awe of two performers on 90-foot sway poles. It was just one of the many attractions at the Kentucky State Fair.
Showing cows is serious business for Caleb Epling from Lincoln County: "Putting this conditioner on the hair, so when we dry them we can fluff them out and act like an adhesive, a hairspray kinda." His cows are competing again, hoping to take home more ribbons and make some money by selling them. "I guess you would say they could be for meat," he says, "but these have registered, have papers on them, they are breeding stock ."
Outside, it is food galore. From healthier options like corn on the cob, to all things fried, you have a lot of choices. Jimmy Carmichael was cooking turkey legs: "Last Saturday morning , we went through fifty-some cases. It all depends, everyone wants a turkey leg."
Fairgoer Ashley Kratz told her what kind of drink she was having: "It is a Bahama Mama, oh yeah, a Coco Bongo, no it is really good, you only come to the fair once, so had to do it."
Fried Girl Scout cookies are new and so is deep fried cereal. But the most popular item for the fried foods booth? Christopher Allega tells us, it's, "Deep fried Oreos, we sell about 10,000 cases of them."@