LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- As the pandemic continues, some in performing arts are once again taking a hit.
Tax season kicks off next week, but some prep sites in Louisville are already getting started.
The pandemic persists two years in, but there's a possible silver lining in the latest outbreak of cases.
The wedding industry could be on the verge of its best year ever... despite COVID-19 cases surging again.
The Chestnut Street YMCA has its own child care NTI program and by now is well-versed in helping monitor kids through everything from math to virtual PE courses.
The switch to NTI certainly impacted teachers and students, but it also affects those beyond school walls.
In comparing January 2021 to January 2022, the company has nearly doubled the number of events it's hosting.
A missing Louisville mother was remembered this weekend.
Spring semester kicks off soon for many Kentucky colleges and universities, and they are taking steps to keep students and faculty on campus despite surging COVID-19 cases.
Indiana's General Assembly started its new session Tuesday with Senate and House legislators preparing for the work ahead.