The 7-foot diameter pipe carries 40 percent of the city's sewer water. Now, crews are disconnecting the pump-around system that allowed them to make the repairs.
It's hard to think about the dog days of summer, but next week, you can get in the mood for Forecastle.
One woman broke into tears and said that she really needed the gift card.
Once a historic firehouse, the building at 2425 Portland Avenue, offers fresh food, supports local farmers and acts as a gathering place.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and LMPD Chief Steve Conrad praised the men and women for their service and dedication.
The Red Cross says the move is a money-saving measure.
The food could have harmful levels of vitamin D, which can cause serious health problems or death.
A University of Louisville basketball great is continuing his tradition of giving back.
The event encouraged the community to pledge acts of light to make Louisville a better place.
The cards will replace 20-year-old boxes that only accepted cash and paper tickets.
They weren't just regular Fritos. They were BBQ flavored.
Mike Olsen is a Clean Air Ambassador for Louisville and hopes to raise awareness about the importance of clean air.