Psst. Here is the gift your wife (or husband!) really wants – and it's on sale Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 

Personal shopping and wardrobe consulting are a few of the special offerings by style expert Tracy Varga


Highlands bakery Flour de Lis is closing. Try this recipe to savor its 'nostalgic' flavor Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 

The Bardstown Road bakery, known for its "nostalgic" desserts, will close by the end of the month.


Valley High School basketball defeats PRP Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 


Valley High School's Curt Lewis talks win over PRP Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 

Curt Lewis scored 29 points - including 10 straight during a game-deciding run in the fourth quarter – to lift Valley High School to a 57-54 victory over Pleasure Ridge Park on Tuesday.


Here's how to get free McDonald's McNuggets on Wednesday in Louisville Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 

Whether at work, home or out and about, you can get your free order which will be delivered via Uber Eats.


Learn How to Make Holiday Candy at RBL Sewing December 13 Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 

Share something sweet with the ones you love this holiday season. Go to the Candy, Treats and Cookie Demonstration at RBL Sewing, and learn how to create delicious handmade treats for Christmas this year. Holiday Candy, Treats and Cookies The candy, treats and cookies workshop is a hands-on demonstration class, so you’ll have the chance to get your hands in the dough and put your own personal stamp on the treats you bake. You’ll learn how to make several different types of Christmas goodies, both sweet and savory. Candy, Treats and Cookie Demonstration at RBL Sewing Everyone in the class will take home a sampler of the treats and a copy of all the recipes, so you can re-create these treats in your own home kitchen. The workshop begins at 6:30 pm at RBL Sewing at 4602 1/2 Southern Parkway. Class costs $20 per person. RBL Sewing is just blocks away from Wilder Park, a little neighborhood that has a big history in Louisville. Get a Taste of Wilder Park In the 1800s, Wilder Park was home to the Greenland race course, a racetrack that was built in Louisville even before Churchill Downs. When Greenland closed in 1888, the land was turned into a beautiful park. This was the beginning of the Wilder Park neighborhood. Today, the community is still full of early 1900s architecture. You'll see pretty cottages painted in soft pastel colors on every block, homes that still have many original features that are so hard to find in homes built today. Many homes in Wilder Park have real hardwood floors and little touches that were added to these houses when they were custom-built near the turn of the century. Some homes in Wilder Park have been updated and renovated over the years to have luxury features, like granite countertops and stainless steel fixtures. Dreaming of that perfect home? Wilder Park real estate is an ideal canvas to start imagining the possibilities for your future. About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the - Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!

What to do around Louisville this week: Santa's Safari, 'The Nutcracker' & more Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 

There's more than 50 events, concerts and performances taking place in Louisville this week. You're sure to find something.


'Sickening' Florida shark dragging video leads to charges for three men Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 

The video surfaced in July shows a shark being pulled behind the speeding boat and being battered in the boat's wake.


Suspect in custody after ISP trooper shot during traffic stop in Jeffersonville Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 

6 people shot in 2 ‘possibly-connected’ shootings across Louisville Wednesday, Dec 13 2017 

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