Hullaba LOU Music Festival Ticket Sales on Track

Churchill Downs Incorporated is placing its bets on bringing in more revenue with the three-day Hullaba LOU Music Festival that kicks off Friday, and it could be a hit if ticket sales meet expectations. So far, more then half of the 90,000 tickets it hopes to sell have been purchased online and organizers expect most of the rest to come in just before or over the weekend.

Churchill Downs Annouces Food And Wine Festival

By Rick Howlett Churchill Downs has announced plans for a food and wine festival later this year at the home of the Kentucky Derby. The company’s Steve Sexton says the September 12 event, called Fork, Cork and Style will feature food from some of the country’s best-known eateries, a tasting of fine wines from around […]

Churchill Downs Kicks Off New Season of Night Racing Friday

by Stephanie Crosby A new season of night racing gets underway tomorrow evening at Churchill Downs. It’s the first night racing event since the four-million dollar permanent lights were installed at the track. Spokesperson Darren Rogers says they learned a lot from three night racing events last year under the temporary lights. He says they’re […]

State of the News

It’s been a mixed bag of news this week. We’re still waiting to hear about a new state budget, but Mayor Abramson’s last budget as mayor has been released. There’s going to be a new library in Fairdale and a bigger one in the Shawnee neighborhood. Our Business First colleagues are hot on the case of business news and LEO turns 20. Join us on Friday for our weekly State of the News.  Listen to the Show