AAA’s “Tipsy Tow” program will not be available in Louisville on New Year’s Eve. The program provides a free tow home for inebriated drivers and their vehicles and is open to anyone, regardless of AAA membership. The program has received heavy attention this year, especially on social media sites. But there aren’t enough available tow […]
As always, we’re celebrating the holidays with a handful of specials on WFPL News! Saturday 12/24 1pm All Songs Considered for the Holidays Third time’s a charm, or maybe not. It’s the third edition of the not so new, wonky holiday tradition from NPR Music. Host Bob Boilen and friends trade holiday cheer and snarky […]
There is a slight chance of rain and snow showers from Monday afternoon through Tuesday afternoon, but, following that, much of this week’s weather will be relatively mild.
Workers have started stringing lights on the 28-foot Norway spruce, donated by Tom and Marilyn Grissom of Frankfort. The tree, capped by a giant star, sits at street level, in front of the Capitol steps.
Major Keath Biggers says 171 volunteers have signed up to stand with the kettles. That’s less than half the number that signed up by this time last year.
Louisville Metro Government will continue grinding Christmas trees into mulch next week.
The Kentucky State Police are stepping up their traffic enforcement over the New Year’s holiday to combat drunk driving
The Kentucky State Police are stepping up their traffic enforcement over the New Year’s holiday to combat drunk driving.
The Salvation Army is still seeking volunteers in order to help meet its ambitious goal for this year’s Red Kettle campaign.
The 29th annual Light up Louisville event is Friday.