May 20, 2011 - 8:45am
They figured they only had about 75 hours-the amount of time it would take before Ohio River crossed the shoreline and spread through the city of Smithland, Ky. Read about how the US Army Corps of Engineers - Louisville District leveraged geocell technology to stop the flooding.
They figured they only had about 75 hours—the amount of time it would take before Ohio River crossed the shoreline and spread through the city of Smithland, Ky.
April 26, 2011 - 12:39pm
Come out to Prospect tonight, help fill sand bags.
Come one, come all! Unfortunately, flooding is nothing new to the Louisville Metro area. The Metro United Way needs volunteers TONIGHT in Prospect to help fill sand bags. You can contact Wade Jackson at (502) 220-8495 for more information. He will
July 29, 2012 - 7:59pm
Greater Louisville saw quite a bit of rain over the weekend causing local flooding and power outages. For many, the rain causes plan changes but for others, it's just another day.
After a couple days of steady downpours and severe thunderstorms, the river is approaching flood stage and approximately 1,000 LG&E customers are without power.
Over the last three days, we have seen approximately 1.75 inches of rainfall. Louisville is still about a half inch below normal...