The 2014 session of the Kentucky General Assembly has ended with little signs of white flags surrendering by either party. While several bills died with the end of the legislative session, many bills were signed into law in the commonwealth.
With the John F. Kennedy Bridge in the background, Governor Steve Beshear and Mayor Greg Fischer led the ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Louisville Downtown Bridge Tuesday afternoon.
Before the batteries died and the card was filled to capacity, Louisville.com captured as many scenes from this year's Pegasus Parade as possible. Sixty-three images await your eyes in this special slideshow.
Rally participants celebrate their freedom from drug and alcohol addiction.
Historic Whiskey Row in downtown Louisville is getting the make-over of a lifetime, and one of its first and biggest attractions will be the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, slated to open in the fall of 2013.
The Kentucky legislature is taking a close look at the death penalty.
Kentucky's first and official Severe Weather Awareness Month begins tomorrow with a statewide tornado drill, courtesy of the National Weather Service. Read Governor's Beshear's proclamation, participate in the drill, and find out how to protect yourself and your family in case the siren doesn't work (again).