The U.S. EPA has placed stricter regulations on sulfur dioxide for the first time in nearly 40 years. Louisville will likely not be in compliance with the new standard.
The EPA has settled out of court with environmental groups over how it regulates waste water discharge from concentrated animal feeding operations, or CAFOs.
A public hearing will be held Tuesday, May 25 at 7 pm on a proposed coal ash dump at LG&E’s Cane Run facility. The utility says its current disposal sites are running out of room.
Jack Conway wins the Democratic primary against opponent Daniel Mongiardo. In November, he faces Republican Rand Paul in the fight for a U.S. Senate seat.
Louisvillians are voting in today’s primary elections, but turn out isn’t expected to be very high.
The Dalai Lama and muslim leaders want to set aside the tensions between their faiths and sow peace.
Disasters – natural and man-made alike – are challenging the resources of the Ohio River Valley sector of the U.S. Coast Guard, based in Louisville, KY.
Acting after the nation’s worst coal mine disaster in decades, federal agents inspected mines throughout the nation. What they found in Kentucky were hundreds of violations.
As part of our “Next Louisville” series, we look at what residents of the Southwest are hoping for in a new mayor. In a word: it’s attention.
Earth Week kicks off with an announcement by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear about plans for festivities and educational events across the Commonwealth.