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Louisville, located in northern Kentucky, is the largest city in the state. It is known as the home of the infamous Kentucky Derby, the widely watched first race of the Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. The event kicks off with a two-week long Kentucky Derby Festival which begins with the Thunder Over Louisville, the largest annual fireworks display in the nation. Other major features of the festival include the Pegasus Parade, the Great Steamboat Race, the Great Balloon Race, a marathon, and more. The event has been called "the biggest party in the South."

Population: 256231
Local Newspapers: The Courier-Journal Louisville Eccentric Observer
Local Sports Teams: Louisville Cardinals Louisville Bulls Louisville Kings Louisville Bats
Local Colleges: University of Louisville Bellarmine University

Zip Codes associated with louisville, kentucky: 40014 40026 40059 40071 40118 40142 40142 40202 40203 40204 40205 40206 40207 40208 40210 40211 40212 40213 40214 40215 40216 40217 40218 40219 40220 40222 40223 40228 40229 40241 40242 40243 40245 40258 40272 40291 40299 40509 41076
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Louisville News
New Ohio River bridge sparks development in Jeffersonville

A new bridge spanning the Ohio River between Indiana and Kentucky is sparking development in the city of Jeffersonville, where three hotels and several other projects are in the works. Plans filed with the Army Corps of Engineers show three hotels, three restaurants, a bank and a convenience store are slated for a 16-acre site that's about three miles from the new Lewis and Clark Bridge.

Amber Alert: Child abducted from Georgetown, Ky

An Amber Alert has been issued regarding a child who police say was taken from his home by his non-custodial mother. The child lives in Georgetown, Kentucky.

U of L trustee case now in hands of the Kentucky Supreme Court

Police said she had no idea where that heroin on her person came from, but she did admit to smoking meth regularly with her 14-year-old son. Police said she had no idea where that heroin on her person came from, but she did admit to smoking meth regularly with her 14-year-old son.

Where To Go And What To Do In Louisville This Weekend

It's that time of year again! More than 600,000 fairgoers will fill the 520 acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits, eat a smorgasbord of food and ride hair-raising, adrenaline-pumping coasters during this annual 11-day event. The Kentucky State Fair includes competitions in crafts such as quilt-making, homebrew beers and homemade pastries, as well as fine arts and agricultural competitions.

Team-Bios 3 mins ago 8:56 a.m.Renee Murphy

Renee joined the WHAS11 news team in September of 2003. She anchors the morning news and reports for other WHAS11 newscasts.

Lexington Road high rises still 'tooa

The proposed mixed-use development at Lexington Road and Grinstead Drive has changed little from a design standpoint, and neighbors still say it is too big for the site and the area. Courtesy: Nanci Dively Nearly a year after Louisville developer Kevin Cogan's massive mixed-use development at Lexington Road and Grinstead Drive drew jeers from neighbors offended by its size, traffic impact and noise pollution, developers again convened a group Tuesday night to discuss revisions.

Nearly 27,000 jobs available in Louisville area

UPS, the biggest local employer, is currently hiring about 150 to 200 people a week at its Worldport location. The majority of the positions are for part-time package handlers.

Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride comes to Louisville

"Either it's a visible injury, or an invisible injury," Robert Ferrara of the Wounded Warrior Project said. "We get them off the couch, get them out of the house.

Family of UofL cheerleader killed in crash sues Gerstle's, man charged with DUI

The family of a former University of Louisville cheerleader who was killed in what police say was a drunk driving crash, is suing a local bar and the man they say is responsible. Officers believe Bradley Caraway, 34, was driving under the influence on Interstate 64 in the early morning hours of Aug. 7, 2016.

Cards Invade Sunshine State

Hey cards fans. I wrote a article about the cards taking over recruiting in Florida and you should give it a read.

Governor Bevin addresses Charlottesville violence ahead of KY State Fair

Police said she had no idea where that heroin on her person came from, but she did admit to smoking meth regularly with her 14-year-old son. Police said she had no idea where that heroin on her person came from, but she did admit to smoking meth regularly with her 14-year-old son.

Dave Waite: - I'd rather be talking about boobs and sex'

Dave Waite may look nerdy, but his caustic wit and oddball charm lead you to believe that he's the one guy who could get laid at a Dungeons & Dragons convention. Waite is from Ludlow, Kentucky, and started doing comedy in Cincinnati.

JCPS and fired Norton Elementary principal Ken Stites settle termination case

A settlement has been reached in the termination case between Jefferson County Public Schools and former Norton Elementary principal Ken Stites. An appeal hearing was scheduled to be held Monday in Louisville, but since the two sides have reached an agreement, it will no longer be needed.

Louisville cigar shop offering free eclipse glasses with specialty cigar

That's good news for a local business owner who planned ahead and not only stocked up glasses, but also another item for the big event. Leaf and Cedar , a cigar shop located on Smyrna Parkway in Louisville, is offering a free pair of viewing glasses when customers buy a their specialty Eclipse cigar.

The Latest: Police say man opened fire during dice game

In a Monday, May 22, 2017 file photo, Micheshia Norment holds photos of her son, Dequante Hobbs Jr., 7, who was shot May 21, 2017, by a stray bullet through the window of his Louisville, Ky., home. He was completing the first grade on Tuesday.

Judge sides with Louisville in 'Google Fiber' utility pole case

A federal judge has dismissed AT&T's lawsuit against Louisville Metro Government over a local utility pole law aimed at clearing the way for new broadband providers like Google Fiber. Judge David J. Hale of U.S. District Court in Louisville signed the order on Thursday, according to online court records.

'Feelings run too deep' | Family behind Louisville's Al J. Schneider...

The Louisville family that owns the Al J. Schneider Co. is headed back to court after failing to settle their differences over the future of the firm and its $300 million in assets, including the Galt House hotel.

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