Metro Corrections director says pay increase is a must for understaffed jail Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

In the last six weeks, five people housed at the jail have died.

‘Women Empowered’ self-defense program offered in Jeffersonville Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

Some women spent their weekend getting a crash course in self defense.

Kentuckiana wedding industry professionals expecting a very busy 2022 Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

The wedding industry could be on the verge of its best year ever... despite COVID-19 cases surging again.

Show Yourself Some Exotic Reptiles January 16 Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

Are you one of those people who was never afraid of snakes? Do you think lizards are actually kind of cute? You’re going to fit right in at the Show Me Reptile and Exotics Show. Here, all those who like reptiles and those who are just curious about them are welcome. Along with all the shopping you can do here, there will be tons of different activities as well. Creepy Crawlies The Show Me Reptiles and Exotics Show is so big, it’s being held at the Kentucky International Convention Center. That’s a whole lot of reptiles. You can shop for everything here. Not only can you buy reptiles, but you can also buy everything you need to care for them. That means tanks, lighting, heaters, feeders, cleaners and all the related odds and ends. Show Me Snakes Louisville If you’ve got questions, there are people to ask. You’ll also find some activities and fun stuff here. Take the kids to get their faces painted. There will also be plenty of food. The Convention Center is at 221 S. 4th Street, right in the heart of downtown Louisville. The show begins at 10 am. That should leave you enough time after to head to Butchertown, another of Louisville’s historic neighborhoods. Show Yourself Around Butchertown Butchertown is a neighborhood right on the water and it's a neighborhood full of cool attractions. from the coffee shops to the pubs to the extreme skate park and all the different areas to have fun near the river, Butchertown is loaded with stuff to do and places to go. You can visit a working distill, go to a small historic home or taste some great food from the other side of the world. it won't take you long to learn that Butchertown is a great neighborhood to visit. Start exploring the small side streets here and you'll learn that Butchertown is really a great place to live, too. It's the historic shotgun homes here that make Butchertown stand out. The neighborhood is known for them, great brick buildings that are larger inside than they appear when you first look at them. These homes have lots of square feet and lots of cool historic details you can't find in the newer homes anymore. Homes here have unique extras like exposed brick, fireplaces and other little touches. Butchertown has a bit of a hip downtown vibe, a great historic past that's still alive in the present and a love of modern living that gives the neighborhood a trendy, edge spirit. Go see it this January and show yourself how much you could love living in Butchertown. About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the - Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!

Clark County health official expects omicron cases to start ‘rapidly falling’ in about a week Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

Dr. Eric Yazel with Clark County Health Department said based on how quickly other countries are seeing the omicron variant quickly subside, the U.S. will not be far behind.

Louisville musician popular during Blues era dies at 84 Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

Sitgraves became a popular drummer in Chicago, playing with Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Buster Benton and Johnny Littlejohn, among other iconic blues artists.

‘Stay off the roads’ | KYTC crews to treat roads, bridges for snow and ice Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

As with any winter weather event, snow and ice buildup on roadways is of concern for officials.

        

Jeff Walz wins 400th career game as Cardinals push streak to 15 with win against Boston Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

Louisville women's basketball team defeated Boston College on Sunday, pushing its winning streak to 15 games.

      

‘Scream’ dethrones ‘Spider-Man’ at the box office Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

On Monday, it's predicted "Spider-Man" will pass “Black Panther” to become the fourth highest-grossing film domestically ever.

        

Louisville man charged with human trafficking Sunday, Jan 16 2022 

Louisville Metro Police officers arrested Booker on the human trafficking charges during a robbery investigation on Saturday.

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