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Lexie Ratterman


Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Lexie:

CycLOUvia on the move in hopes of bringing crowds to downtown Louisville June 5

The event will happen along Main Street from NuLu to downtown. → Read More

No-excuse early voting underway ahead of Kentucky's primary election

Six locations are now open in Louisville. → Read More

FINAL MOVE | Oldham County Courthouse on a very slow move to its new location

The move started in March to accommodate a 47,600 square foot expansion in the heart of La Grange. → Read More

Louisville Water Co. project prompting lane closures, detours on Frankfort Avenue

The project will be taking place at the Crescent Hill Reservoir. → Read More

Horses need healthy teeth too, and Zane Baze makes sure they do

An athlete with a toothache can't be expected to deliver a peak performance, and that's as true for horses as it is for humans. → Read More

Well-known Wagner family takes over Churchill Downs staple

For 100 years, Wagner's Pharmacy has been an iconic part of Churchill Downs. Now, the family is taking over a staple inside the track and calling it Wagner's Track Kitchen. → Read More

Churchill Downs Greenhouse team races to finish line

The energy is high and the pressure is on as the team races to the finish line to get everything planted before opening day, which is the Saturday before Derby. → Read More

Kentucky Kingdom to open on weekends beginning Saturday, April 30

This year, families can experience some new fun with a dog stunt show and an extended season. → Read More

The Great Steamboat Race and other Derby Festival events offer plenty of family fun

The Great Steamboat Race has been a Kentucky Derby Festival tradition since 1963. → Read More

The show before the show: Thunder pilots practicing aerobatic maneuvers

The Thunder Over Louisville air show starts Saturday afternoon, but there's plenty of action in the skies the day before the show. → Read More

Safety plan, road closings in place for Thunder Over Louisville in southern Indiana

Officials echo the same advice every year that "patience is key." → Read More

Brown-Forman Foundation makes $50M investment in 5 west Louisville organizations

Here's the breakdown of organizations that will benefit from the funds. → Read More

Baptist Health Floyd gives out first Good Samaritan Awards to 2 'healthcare heroes'

Healthcare heroes don't stop wearing their capes when they leave the hospital. → Read More

New bourbon club in Norton Commons ready for grand opening

Watch Hill Proper will have a grand opening celebration on Wednesday night from 6-8 p.m. → Read More

Racing Louisville FC to host The Women's Cup for second time in August

There will now be an expanded field in 2022 with six clubs participating in the tournament. → Read More

New multi-site development to bring more affordable housing to Louisville

The new development was announced Monday morning. It's called Lou 2.2 and there are 10 complexes in the plan. → Read More

JVA World Challenge expected to bring in $15M for Louisville this weekend

Louisville hotels and restaurants are expected to be packed this weekend as the city hosts its largest event this month. → Read More

LMPD hosts over 100 people at impound lot to auction off abandoned vehicles

Some cars were in decent shape and others were beaten down and broken. → Read More

Pediatric flu cases in Louisville continue to rise despite it not being peak season

Less than a week into April, the increase continues as there have been around 100 positive cases. → Read More

Doctors remind parents of brain injury prevention during awareness month

Dr. Mutchnick said he sees a lot of patients who have suffered from falls and crashes. He said those are the injuries that could be prevented. → Read More