‘He cared about his kids:’ Jeffersonville father dies from COVID, local agencies honor him at his home Friday, Jan 14 2022 

Jesse Hyers worked as a communication and light engineer for Jeffersonville. He installed the latest equipment on city vehicles like police cars and fire trucks.

        

Kentucky to receive $438 million to fix state bridges Friday, Jan 14 2022 

In the 2022 fiscal year alone, Kentucky will receive $87.7 million. The state has over 1,000 bridges in poor condition but will now have funding to fix them.

        

Kentucky Derby Festival to kick off 2022 season with in-person events this March Wednesday, Jan 12 2022 

For the first time in its history, the Pegasus Parade will not march on the traditional Thursday.

        

Why winter coats and car seats don’t mix Wednesday, Jan 12 2022 

Bulky clothing, including winter coats and snowsuits, should never be worn underneath the harness of a car seat.

        

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana looking for mentors Wednesday, Jan 12 2022 

The program focuses on four main areas—youth violence prevention, education, mental health and wellness and child abuse prevention.

        

A new cookie joins the Girl Scouts lineup Tuesday, Jan 11 2022 

Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana orders are open and they have released a new cookie named "Adventurefuls."

        

Mentors can benefit people of all ages Sunday, Jan 9 2022 

Mentors can help you get to and through your next stage in life.

        

Is it safe to eat snow? How to make snow cream the safe way Friday, Jan 7 2022 

The general idea is to combine freshly fallen snow with milk (often condensed milk), sugar and vanilla - creating an ice cream-esque treat.

        

Louisville Metro Public Works crews to work through the night, hope to clear roads Thursday, Jan 6 2022 

60 crews are working overnight to prepare the roads for Friday, Sal Melendez with Louisville Metro Public Works said.

        

They’ve weathered this storm: Downtown businesses react to Humana Thursday, Jan 6 2022 

The afternoon foot traffic helped many surrounding small businesses, but businesses WHAS 11 spoke to Wednesday said they've weathered this storm for two years now.

        

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