University of Louisville librarians are seeking digital photos or video of this month’s flood.
Last week’s flood caused an estimated 15 million dollars worth of damage at the University of Louisville and the price tag could be higher.
Louisville Metro Officials are unsure whether federal assistance will be available or necessary to cover the costs of Tuesday’s flood.
Volunteers have been mobilized by the Metro United Way to help clean up from Tuesday’s flood.
Metro Louisville officials will still apply for federal disaster relief funds, even though the city is insured for 100 million dollars worth of damage.
Louisville Metro Government will open three dropoff sites for flood-damaged materials starting Friday.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey has toured the flood-damaged Belknap campus and he says the recovery effort will be extensive.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson is working with Congressman John Yarmuth and Governor Steve Beshear to apply for federal relief funds for this week’s flood.
Saints Mary and Elizabeth Hospital officials are unsure when the south Louisville facility will re-open.
Yesterday’s flooding in the Louisville area damaged homes, cars and other properties. Officials say those filing insurance claims should be informed. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. The Kentucky Department of Insurance is advising home owners to read their insurance policies before filing claims related to this week’s flooding. Department commissioner Sharon Clark. “Flood insurance is […]