Fancy Farm: The fascination behind Kentucky’s political Super Bowl Sunday, Aug 1 2021 

The picnic and its tradition dates back to the early 1900s and has turned from fundraiser to the must attend political event of the season.


Dainty Festival: How a cherished tradition in Schnitzelburg continues more than 50 years Sunday, Jul 25 2021 

The German street game was first introduced in the 1800s but revived by a World War II veteran in 1971.


25 years ago: The 1996 Olympic Torch Relays light up Louisville Sunday, Jul 18 2021 

WHAS11 News crews were on the ground and in the air taking in the historic torch’s trail.


The Vault | A quick history of Louisville Slugger Museum’s opening Sunday, Jul 11 2021 

The museum said they have seen more than 4 million guests, including politicians, world famous athletes and even ordinary people marking major milestones.


The Vault: A look back at previous 4th of July celebrations in Kentuckiana Sunday, Jul 4 2021 

The Vault takes us back to a small town in southern Indiana with an Independence Day tradition that goes back more than a century and other traditions in Kentuckiana.


The Weekend Gardner: How one of WHAS11’s first reporters transition from TV to gardening Sunday, Jun 27 2021 

We revisit the career of one of the station's first reporters who was enormously popular with his weekly gardening segment.


The Vault: The failed power plant project of southern Indiana’s Marble Hill Sunday, Jun 20 2021 

WHAS11 News revisits the 7-year long project, based in southern Indiana that came with plenty controversy and major costs.


The Vault: How Louisville handled some of the hottest days of summer Sunday, Jun 13 2021 

Think it's hot outside? The Vault takes a look at how Louisville residents handled the hazy, hot and humid days of previous summers.


‘Feel good by doing good.’ | How the WHAS Crusade for Children has evolved through the years Sunday, May 30 2021 

The WHAS Crusade for Children is the heart and soul of Kentuckiana special needs communities, giving back to children for more than 67 years.


The Vault: Amtrak’s storied history and short-lived service in Louisville Sunday, May 23 2021 

Louisville has a long history with the passenger train. It started in 1971 when the Floridian first traveled from Chicago through Louisville to Miami.


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