More than 3 million Christmas lights deck the halls at the Louisville Mega Cavern, and visitors have twice as many chances this year to see them.
You won't find "crack fries" on the menu at Hopcat anymore.
The expansion comes as part of a partnership with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to help promote safe rides and curb holiday casualties.
The 2019 deal will combine two private, Louisville-based health care companies.
Airlines are tightening rules on animals, saying their numbers have skyrocketed and some have relieved themselves or bitten other animals -- and in one case, a Delta passenger.
The new system lets customers pay with a simple tap of an electronic card, replacing the 20-year-old boxes that only accepted cash and paper tickets.
Louisville's latest tourism report card contains both good news and bad news for the city.
John Schnatter owns nearly 31 percent of the Louisville-based pizza company.
In 1990, the tobacco industry helped make smoking a civil right in Kentucky. Now some powerful interests want to reverse that. But will denying smokers jobs help them quit?
The made from scratch approach is part of a national movement for craft chocolate, just in time for the holidays.
Amer Sports, the Finnish company that bought Louisville Slugger in 2015, has agreed to sell itself for $5.2 billion to a consortium of investors led by Chinese sports retailer Anta Sports Products Ltd.
The store now sells spirits -- but customers can still purchase the business' signature items.
Fiat Chrysler will open another assembly plant in the Detroit area, according to a person familiar with automaker's plan.