The smoke has cleared in the 2019 Kentucky primary, and it is going to be Bevin vs. Beshear in the fall.
I cover a range of stories for WDRB, but really enjoy tracking what's going on at our State Capitol. I grew up on military bases all over the world, but am a Kentuckian at heart. I'm an EKU alum, and have lived in Louisville for 30 years.
Louisville voters will likely play a major role in determining winners and losers in Tuesday's primary election.
Metro Parks is conducting a survey asking people how often they use the pools and if they are interested in an alternative.
Conrad called such videos "helpful," but added that, "they are just one piece of the investigation."
As the wrangling continues at the Capitol, time is growing short.
A post-collision inspection revealed structural damage to the west side of the overpass, but the Indiana Department of Transportation said it is safe for travel.
Clarksville has officially become part of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. The announcement was made during a special ceremony at the Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said plans are progressing to move the statue to Cave Hill, but there is no timetable yet.
A developer wants to turn an abandoned Optimist Club property into transitional apartments for recovering addicts and the homeless.
"It's like this, man: Churchill Downs is having a party in our back yard, and we're not invited. I don't think that's right."