Firefighter rescued from roof collapse in Rineyville Saturday, Mar 28 2015 

One firefighter was pinned when the roof caved in but was quickly freed by other first responders.

LMPD investigating after man is found dead inside car Saturday, Mar 28 2015 


Louisville City FC minor league soccer team preps for inaugural game Saturday, Mar 28 2015 


Student makes dress out of Derby Marathon medals Saturday, Mar 28 2015 


Coroner identifies man found shot to death in car Saturday, Mar 28 2015 

The Jefferson County Coroner's Office said Alphonse Mesinor, 51, was found dead in his car parked near his South 12th Street home. He was shot multiple times.

See the Gems Sparkle at the American Gem Expo March 28 and 29 Saturday, Mar 28 2015 

Whether you’re a jewelry marker, a gem collector or you just like sparkly things, you’ll want to go to the American Gem Expo. Serious professionals and casual crafters of all types will be here. The two-day event is a well-known tradition in the gem and jewelry industry. Exposing the Gems The gems will be on display at the Ramada Plaza at 9700 Bluegrass Parkway. For two days, gems of all sizes and types will be showcased. It’s a serious trade show, but anyone who wants to see gorgeous gems is welcome to attend the event. Who knows? Maybe you’ll be inspired to become a jewelry maker while you’re there. American Gem Show Doors open at 10 am both days. On the 28th, the event ends at 5 pm. Closing time is at 4 pm on March 29. It’s not just raw gems. Lots of different styles of jewelry will be on display as well. Choose from gold, platinum or sterling metals, depending on what you like. This international trade event is open to jewelry makers, traders and buyers all over the world. In other words, there's no telling what you’ll see or who you’ll meet at the expo. If you’ve got a reason to buy jewelry, and even if you don’t, the American Gem Expo is where you want to be. A Little Closer to Home The gem expo is attended by people from around the world, but lots of visitors will be coming to the event from much closer. Forest Hills is just blocks away from the Ramada Plaza. This Louisville neighborhood is like a mini city. There’s a commercial district with a Wal-Mart, book stores, several different restaurants and the other diversions you want. Forest Hills has monthly city meetings that are open to residents. This creates an engaging, active community. Meet people who live in Forest Hills, and maybe from much farther away, when you go to the gem expo this March. About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the Joe Hayden Real Estate Team - !

Rollover crash closes I-65 southbound for hours Saturday morning Saturday, Mar 28 2015 

Nine people were injured, according to Bullitt County Dispatch. 

Airport board restructuring backed by Delta Air Lines Saturday, Mar 28 2015 

Delta Air Lines officials are praising a decision by Kentucky lawmakers to restructure the board overseeing Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Boiler catches fire at University of Kentucky Saturday, Mar 28 2015 

Lexington authorities say a boiler plant fire left the north campus at the University of Kentucky without heat.

Plan calls for pipeline to carry natural gas liquids Saturday, Mar 28 2015 

A proposal to "repurpose" a natural gas pipeline that runs through 18 counties in Kentucky is drawing some concerns.

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