We’ve narrowed it down to these five questions. Now it’s your turn to choose!
Why not ‘Loo-eee-ville’? After all, France never had a King Loo-uh.
Ever thought of moonlighting as a newsroom assignment editor? Now’s your chance. Tell us what to do!
We know that all dogs go to heaven, but what happens to the Louisville Zoo animals when they die?
If you’re a Louisvillian of a certain age, you might remember.
Why is the city of Louisville located where it is? The answer lies mostly in the river — and the Falls of the Ohio.
The name is found on streets and buildings in both Louisville and Southern Indiana, and the origin differs based on what side of the river you are on.
Louisville’s floodwall is hard to miss in Butchertown, where the giant concrete wall goes straight down the middle of Quincy Street. Why was it built there?
What began as a competition between two neighbors now draws tens of thousands of visitors every October.
Old Louisville has its Victorian homes, Portland has its shotgun houses and Butchertown its cobblestoned alleyways. And Clifton has The Chicken Steps.
The answer involves basketball, baseball, the Castro District, and an elaborate hoax.
The answer’s pretty straightforward, but like all good answers, it raises even more interesting questions.
A new mini-festival Thursday night was an attempt to bring some Louisville flair to the Kentucky State Fair.
We’re taking over the Kentucky State Fair’s Twitter account, to answer your questions!
Sure, there’s a lot of walking to be done at the fair but does anyone actually formally exercise there? You might be surprised by the answer.