Truck driver pulled to safety after crash leaves vehicle dangling over bridge across Ohio River
The driver of a semi-truck was pulled to safety Friday by firefighters following a crash that left the vehicle dangling over a bridge across the Ohio River.The three-vehicle crash on the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge connecting Louisville, Kentucky to southern Indiana was reported around noon, Louisville Fire Chief Brian O’Neill said during a press conference. One other person involved in the crash was immediately taken to the hospital and crews set up to rescue the truck driver from the cab.It took about 40 minutes to set up a rope system and get someone ready to rappel down to...
Scott County Sheriff's Office Makes Multiple Arrests, Seeks Public Assistance in Investigations
Several arrests have been made recently by the Scott County Sheriff's Office. On February 27th, Charles W. Raby, 44, of Crothersville, Indiana, was charged with battery, resisting law enforcement, and public intoxication.
Valley Station man wins $150K on lottery scratch-off: 'For the first time...I’m not in debt'
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Valley Station man took home more than his groceries during one of his shopping trips. He also took home thousands of dollars. The Kentucky Lottery says Charles Stallard stopped at Price Less Foods on Dixie Highway in Louisville on Feb. 9 to do his grocery shopping when he purchased a $5 50X The Cash ticket.
Should Semi Trucks Be Allowed On The Second Street Bridge? After Latest Crash, We're Not So Sure
The recent crash and rescue begs the question and fuels debate over city's toll bridges.
Southern Indiana mayors outline priorities as regional growth continues
Southern Indiana is seeing a boom in new housing and commercial developments, jobs and recreational offerings. LPM News talked with three mayors in Southern Indiana cities about how they’ll manage that growth in their new term.
New Albany's Seafood Scene: 3 Must-Visit Restaurants
This article presents a guide to three notable seafood restaurants in New Albany. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
StormTALK! Blog 3/1/24
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Light rain showers for the rest of this Friday. Much of that will be in pockets of steady drizzle at times. Areas of fog and low clouds will be stubborn into this weekend. That will make a difference on how warm we can actually get. The...
Rural King buys vacant plaza for location in Clarksville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A longtime vacant plaza in Clarksville is getting new life. During a meeting on Tuesday, the Clarksville Redevelopment Commission approved the sale of Clarksville Plaza, the property along Lewis and Clark Parkway, to Rural King for $2.8 million. “The Clarksville Plaza has been a bit...
JCPS basketball coach and wife, a former principal, will return to positions after district investigation
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The head basketball coach at Fairdale High School and his wife will return to their positions at the school Monday after an investigation by Jefferson County Public Schools. The district confirmed Friday morning that John and Traci Hunt were both under investigation. John Hunt led Fairdale...
The best steakhouse in Louisville right now, according to diners—plus, see the rest of the top 30
Stacker compiled a list of the highest-rated steakhouses in Louisville, according to diners' reviews on Yelp as of January 2024.
Live like Madelynn | Family of Madelynn Troutt to mark grim anniversary with memorial
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Today marks three years since a Louisville teen was killed by a drunk driver on Dixie Hwy. Madelynn Troutt was a senior at Butler High School before her life was cut short when she was killed in a car crash caused by an alleged drunk driver. Her family said she loved cheerleading, was a friend to every person she came in contact with, and planned to study nursing at Bellarmine after graduation.
Louisville woman living for more than a year without gas, electric receives 'miracle' from Metro employee
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- As a code enforcement officer for Metro Louisville, Michele Benzing spends her days going around the Portland neighborhood, checking on properties to make sure they're secure. But one day back in December, she had a new service call to a home. When she showed up, she...
The 2024 Poorcastle Line-Up Has Officially Arrived
The festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary in Breslin Park May 17 – 19.
Salsarita’s Fresh Mexican Grill To Open Third Location in Louisville Market
SuperStar Franchisees Steve and Pam Stallings Just Keep on Growing Their Popular Restaurants in Louisville. , the fast-casual Mexican restaurant chain, is pleased to announce the opening of its third location in the Louisville market, located at 285 Keystone Crossroads, Shepherdsville, KY. The new restaurant is owned and operated by Steve & Pam Stallings, who have been Salsarita’s franchisees since 2005.
St. Vincent de Paul opens 3rd Louisville thrift store on Preston Highway
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- St. Vincent de Paul opened a new thrift store Friday in Okolona. The new location on Preston Highway will have new mattresses, new and used clothing, household items and more. All the proceeds from the thrift store will help those in need. "We have about 12...
Clarksville Parks and Recreation Seeks Local Feedback on 5-Year Master Plan Draft
The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department in Indiana has published the first draft of its new 5-Year Master Plan. This plan, covering 2024 to 2029, is available on the department's website. It outlines future planning, including a schedule for park facility and equipment updates, department goals, and results of a needs assessment by Clarksville residents.
One of the largest accounting firms in the US moves into downtown Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — There's been a bit of a business shuffle in downtown Louisville since the start of the year. And on Thursday evening, one of America's largest accounting firms, Forvis, officially moved in. Forvis spokespeople say they are confident a move from the Louisville suburbs to the PNC...
Warby Parker is giving out free solar eclipse glasses. Here's how to get them in Kentucky
An eyeglasses company with store locations both in Indianapolis and Carmel will hand out free solar viewers before a rare total solar eclipse crosses North America next month. Warby Parker announced the company is giving away solar eclipse glasses because they “want to make sure you have everything you need to safely witness this celestial spectacle,” which will be visible to an estimated 31 million Americans on April 8.
Suspect wanted for helping steal more than $300k from Louisville area Lowe’s arrested
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - A man police believe was involved in an organized crime ring involving hundreds of thousands of dollars of stolen goods from a home improvement store chain has been arrested. According to arrest documents, Gary Carman, 66, was arrested for helping steal more than $300,000 in merchandise...
Couple Starts Golden Retriever Farm in Vermont — and the Playful $75 Experience Goes Viral (Exclusive)
Douglas Worple and his wife Becca run the Golden Dog Farm and have been hosting the Golden Retriever Experience since September 2023