Marcus Green joined WDRB News in 2013 after 12 years as a staff writer at the Louisville Courier-Journal. He reports on transportation and local and state government.
Many people who use the rugged trail believe it is in Cherokee Park, but it actually is on seminary property, a Metro Parks spokesman says.
The measure doesn't appear to include a proposal to allow some public land sales in Daniel Boone National Forest.
A study is underway on a road that could link Interstate 65 in Bullitt County with I-71 in Oldham or Henry counties, creating an interstate-type bypass around Louisville east of the Gene Snyder Freeway.
Facing a potential budget shortfall of $65 million over the next four years, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer warned Thursday that the city may need to lay off public workers, stop services and make other moves to handle state-ordered increases in public pension costs.
The state’s hazardous waste facilities got the lowest grade, a "D," placing those sites in "poor" condition.
An escalator sped up and dumped people at the bottom, according to accounts posted on social media after Thursday night's U of L-UConn game.
The main enforcement tool for toll scofflaws has its critics, including drivers who say they never received bills
Floyd and Harrison county residents could get half-price tolls if the I-64 bridge shuts down for six months for repairs, under a bill sponsored by state Sen. Ron Grooms.