If you don't have any plans after happy hour this evening, are near the Hard Rock Café at Fourth Street Live, and love/hate the "Twilight" fan fic/New York Times bestseller "Fifty Shades of Grey," LEO Weekly's Sara Havens and other local media personalities will do a reading from the trilogy this evening in a preview of "Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody."
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.
Don't tell this little lady she can't do something. She will just prove you wrong!
Louisville doesn't have a children's museum. A lot of folks think the families in the Derby City should have one. Want to find out more? Come to one of two community meetings: 3/8 and 3/24.
Three area singers hope to make it big on "American Idol."
Valerie Chinn stays in constant contact with her viewers. It allows her to feel the pulse and heartbeat of this city.
In case you haven't noticed, WDRB's Bill Lamb likes making major statements, most of which he unloads on his "Point of View" news segments. But the biggest recent statement was snatching two top sports columnists Rick Bozich and Eric Crawford from the pages of the Courier-Journal.
Will Insight subscribers have to manage without WLKY?
No more antennas necessary, WDRB and WMYO are back with Time Warner.
WDRB and WMYO will no longer be on the cable line-up.
Want the latest in local news on your iPhone? Fox41 News has released an iPhone app that's an all-in-one, complete news and information system that covers Louisville, Ky., southern Indiana and the surrounding areas.
In the 1970s, Presto the Clown was an iconic TV figure to Louisville children. Since Presto left WDRB in 1980, children's programming has changed dramatically. WDRB's own Ray Foushee talks about the evolution of local programming.