April 24, 2013 - 3:22pm
‘Tis the season for skies that break open. Join author Lee Sandlin for a special reading and signing of his new book, ‘Storm Kings: The Untold Story of America’s First Tornado Chasers’ tonight at Carmichael’s Bookstore starting at 7pm.
I remember last summer a stretch of days that stretched themselves so long and so tight with hot, hot heat that they dried up, became brittle and crumbled into sand. And Louisville became a d
February 22, 2013 - 9:00am
The weather may be damp and dreary, but your style need not be. Allow Louisville.com to help brighten your rainy-day style, and brave the gloom with a smile.
As of this writing, the Midwest is digging itself out of a massive snowstorm while those of us in Louisville will be contending with slick roads for the morning commute. What this usually means is function over form takes over when it comes to dressing for the conditions. While this is...
June 7, 2012 - 12:39pm
No more antennas necessary, WDRB and WMYO are back with Time Warner.
After a very long week, WDRB is now back on cable TV! Time Warner Cable Company had dropped WDRB and its sister channel, WMYO, from the cable line-up. However, negotiations have finally been settled.Many viewers showed their unhappiness through Facebook posts, comments, telephone calls and e-mails...
May 24, 2012 - 2:05pm
Several years ago, TV commercials asked the question: What's Jay say? Well, here you'll find the answers.
Jay Cardosi, chief meteorologist at WLKY-32, has known for the longest time that he was destined to be a weatherman. In fact, he knew it as young as six years old.Cardosi explained he was quarterback of his little league football team. One hot, sunny Sunday afternoon, he was down under center,...
July 29, 2012 - 8:05pm
Photography of some of the damage in Henryville, Indiana after tornados on March 2, 2012.
Storms ripped through much of the mid-west portion of the United States on March 2, 2012 causing tornados, golf-ball sized hail, and other meteorological moments of chaos.One of the hardest hit areas was Henryville, Indiana. The aftermath made the city a hive of rescue workers, press, and survivors...