Tommy John wanted to know how many people change underwear every day. The results might surprise you Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

A survey conducted by underwear brand Tommy John suggests a large percentage of Americans aren't changing underwear every day.

       

Big Brothers Big Sisters, Mack Family Foundation help kids get back to school Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

An event was hosted by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana and the Mack Family Foundation as a way to help out families get kids ready for the school year.

        

Contractors fined thousands of dollars a day for delays in Grant Line Rd. project Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

According to the New Albany City Hall website, contractors at E&B Paving have been paying $3,000 a day for their delays.

        

Kings Island announces newest roller coaster, Orion, park's largest and longest coaster Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

Orion will be the largest and longest coaster at Kings Island and will open in the spring of 2020. Its cost is comparable to what it took to build the entire park in 1972.

       

Five finalists named for JCPS District 4 vacancy Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

Each finalist will be interviewed at a special meeting set for next Tuesday.

        

New Albany City Council approves ordinance to restrict timeframe for use of fireworks Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

The council passed the ordinance, hoping to bring peace and quiet to New Albany.

        

UofL’s Chris Mack comments on NCAA investigation Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

Coach Mack is commenting on the NCAA investigation for the first time.

        

Trump talked to colleagues about buying Greenland, reports say Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

The U.S. reportedly proposed buying Greenland from Denmark in 1946 for $100 million.

       

Events planned Saturday to honor 4 Jackson County teens killed in crash nearly 1 year ago Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

It's been nearly one year since four Jackson County teenagers were hit and killed on a rural road, and the tragedy continues to impact the community.

New Albany Council passes ordinance setting fireworks restrictions Thursday, Aug 15 2019 

The city council passed an ordinance 5-4 Thursday night that would only allow fireworks from June 29 to July 9 from 5 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

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