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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

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Louisville woman honored for courage in Larry Nassar scandal

Rachel Denhollander was awarded for her courage in being the first athlete to publicly accuse USA Gymnastics Dr. Larry Nassar of sexual assault. Denhollander was given the Inspiration of the Year Award at this year's Sports Illustrated Awards for inspiring hundreds of her fellow survivors to end their silence and change the world of gymnastics and beyond.

KYTC, Louisville Metro Public Works look at Old Henry Road intersection after increase in crashes

The intersection where Old Henry Road and the Gene Snyder meet has seen its share of accidents, with six reported just this work week. LOUISVILLE, Ky.

Metro Council approves over half a million dollars to go towards homeless relief

First up was a resolution stopping any Louisville Metro agency from shutting down homeless camps and displacing the residents until it gets warmer in the spring. That died because of a lack of sponsorship.

Fire breaks out at home being renovated in Portland

The owner of the building told WAVE 3 news he had just renovated the home, which had no renters yet. He also said he believes it was the furnace, but fire investigators are now trying to figure out what happened.

HNTB Corp. tabbed to supervise RiverLink

The Indiana Finance Authority agreed to hire HNTB Corp. to oversee the RiverLink toll network at a meeting in Indianapolis on Thursday, an agency spokeswoman confirmed. The selection still must be approved by the Kentucky-Indiana Joint Board, the top decision-making panel for RiverLink, at its December 18 meeting, said Stephanie McFarlane, a finance authority spokeswoman.

INVESTIGATION | What's in the brown water in Charlestown?

Charlestown residents have had to do it for years. So what's in the water and is it safe? WDRB News spent four months investigating to find the answers.

Chinese group to buy company that owns Louisville Slugger

Louisville Slugger, the iconic American baseball bat brand dating to the 19th century, could soon be owned by a Chinese company. Amer Sports, the Finnish company that bought Louisville Slugger in 2015, has agreed to a $5.2 billion acquisition by a consortium of investors led by Chinese sports retailer Anta Sports Products Ltd. The consortium also includes tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. and Chip Wilson, the Canadian billionaire founder of athletic-apparel retailer Lululemon Athletica Inc., the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

Not guilty plea entered for man accused of fatal shooting near Dixie Highway

A not-guilty plea has been entered on behalf of a Louisville man accused of shooting and killing another man earlier this week.

Police say 2 arrested in Bullitt County after running out of gas in stolen U-Haul truck

Two people who ran out of gas at a Bullitt County rest area were arrested after Kentucky State Police say they were found with a stolen U-Haul truck. According to a news release, the incident took place just before 8:30 a.m. Wednesday on I-65, at the rest area at the 113 mile marker near Shepherdsville.

LDG Development breaks ground on new affordable housing complex in south Louisville

Plans for multi-family housing were filed five years ago for the property on McCawley Road and Jefferson Boulevard, but the previous owner backed out. LDG Development started working on The Jefferson Green plans two years ago, and crews are now starting construction on Phase 1, which includes 312 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.

Man accused of tweeting threat against Trinity High School released from jail

Attorneys for a man accused of threatening to burn down Trinity High School if Jeff Brohm did not become the next University of Louisville football coach say their client did not break the law and are exploring defending him on First Amendment grounds. Thor Wiljanen, 29, is charged with second-degree terroristic threatening after posting to Twitter Wednesday that "we burn down Trinity" if Brohm, Purdue's football coach, rejected an offer to be the next U of L coach.

Sunday Edition | Kentucky's job protection for smokers comes under fire

Inside a nondescript industrial building in Lyndon, Najla's Specialty Foods churns out cookies, wraps and other goodies for customers like the Heine Brothers coffee shop chain, the Rainbow Blossom grocery chain and Southeast Christian Church. Aswad, who started the business in 2006, said it's pretty obvious that a smoker would not be a good fit for her 17-person company.

Defense attorney accused of felony for hiding bullet casings in Louisville death penalty case

A lawyer for a man charged with killing 15-year-old Gregory Holt in 2012 claims an attorney with the Louisville Public Defender's office committed a felony by hiding key evidence in the death penalty case. The attorney for James Mallory said in a recently filed motion that public defender Angela Elleman "concealed" bullet casings linked to the shooting at the request of her client, Anthony Hogan, a co-defendant in the murder case.

Attorney for Louisville man punched by officers blasts police behavior as 'indefensible'

A Wednesday morning court appearance by a man who was punched by officers with the Louisville Metro Police Department got heated. Jarrus Ransom showed up in court on Wednesday wearing the same neck brace he was given after officers punched him and dragged him on the ground.

Drivers and first responders voice concerns of increased wrecks at busy Louisville intersection

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will study collision data at a busy east Louisville interchange that has seen dozen of crashes in the past year. Drivers have long been concerned on the interchange of Old Henry Road and I-265, but earlier this week, KYTC announced it would heed those complaints and determine if any changes need to be made.

Louisville man accused of stealing from 88-year-old victim

Police are investigating a man accused of stealing the credit card of an 88-year-old victim living in an assisted living home. Jeremy Preston, 37, was arrested Tuesday morning and charged with exploiting an adult, fraudulent use of a credit card, and theft.

Comedian Ward Anderson: His best, worst gigs

Things that stand-up comedian and author Ward Anderson never expected from parenthood: "Having to say things like, 'Stop licking the table,'" or "getting a phone call from school saying, 'Can you please tell your kid to stop touching her butt in class?'" Anderson hosts "Offstage with Ward Anderson" on Amazon Prime. In the spring, he will release a special, "Kind of, Sort of, Grown-up."

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