Experience a Victorian Christmas with the Old Louisville Holiday Home Tour Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

Walk through the glam of the holidays in Old Louisville, while experiencing the tastes of eggnog and bourbon and a side of shopping.


How a Kentucky inventor found fame through tragedy Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

Garrett Morgan’s invention and sale of his gas mask was a great lesson on the human condition.


What is a living wage – and why aren’t people who work full-time earning it? Thursday, Nov 18 2021 

Despite issues like inflation and the coronavirus pandemic, experts say there are things families can do to make their financial lives a bit easier.


‘We don’t want to just receive’ | JCPS high school students host food drive Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

The high school students donated to St. Matthews Area Ministries, which helps supply the Waggener Wildcat Food Den.


The incurable, invisible disease military members battle when they come home Monday, Nov 8 2021 

It's considered an invisible disease because there are no outward signs, but countless veterans are coming home from combat feeling its effects.


Oldham County mom keeping son’s memory alive by helping children in need Wednesday, Nov 3 2021 

After Carre Tucker lost her son in 2020, she started a foundation to give sporting equipment and camp opportunities to disadvantaged youth in Louisville.


‘No one’s ever done this for us before’ | LMDC staff treated to free meals from FOP leaders in Illinois, NYC Tuesday, Nov 2 2021 

The Illinois FOP expects to serve between 300 and 400 employees at the jail, who've shown up to work during a critical staffing shortage.


No actors here: Places in Kentucky and Indiana where you might see ghosts Wednesday, Oct 27 2021 

There are places in both Kentucky and Indiana where you might get a taste of the paranormal - if you dare.


Louisville CEO going on 125-mile bike ride to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Friday, Oct 22 2021 

John Allgeier, the CEO of Southern Vintage, will be up before the sun and hopping on his bike for a good cause.


Domestic violence survivor turns her story into advocacy Wednesday, Oct 20 2021 

When Alison needed help processing her abusive relationship, she turned to The Center for Women and Families. Now, she's an advocate for them.


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