‘Fireworks are unpredictable.’ | Fire officials share safety tips for using fireworks this 4th of July Tuesday, Jun 29 2021 

One of the biggest issues the fire officials see is people using fireworks for things they shouldn’t be used for.

        

LIST | 4th of July events around Kentuckiana Sunday, Jun 27 2021 

Here are a variety of events in the area where you can celebrate the holiday safely and show off your patriotic spirit.

        

What is the history of Juneteenth, our newest federal holiday? Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

Juneteenth does celebrate an end to slavery, but the day we celebrate it is the anniversary of a specific event in Texas.

        

Louisville woman who lost mother, father in separate shootings hopes to inspire children left parentless Friday, Jun 18 2021 

A Louisville woman is about to spend her 14th Father's Day fatherless because of a crime that sheds light on Louisville's growing problem of gun violence.

        

Father, son work together to save lives in Norton Healthcare cardiology Thursday, Jun 17 2021 

Doctors Daniel and Armand Rothschild both work to save lives at Norton Healthcare's heart and vascular institute. This Father's Day is extra special for the pair.

        

Commission announces events for Louisville’s Juneteenth Jubilee Celebration Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Starting this year, Juneteenth will be recognized as an official holiday for Louisville Metro Government workers.

        

LIST | Events to celebrate Juneteenth in Kentuckiana Saturday, Jun 12 2021 

Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the US. News of the Emancipation Proclamation reached slaves in Texas on June 19, 1865.

        

LIST | Local events happening Memorial Day weekend Saturday, May 29 2021 

Looking for some socially distant events to take part in this weekend? We've got you covered.

        

Bae’s Baekery bringing sweet treats to mothers while giving back to the community Sunday, May 9 2021 

Bae's Baekery is offering a discount or treats to anyone who brings donations of new toiletries for the organization Clothe The West.

        

History of Mother’s Day: Why we celebrate moms on the second Sunday in May Saturday, May 8 2021 

In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson made Mother's Day a national holiday to be observed on the second Sunday in May.

        

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