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Past articles by Kate:

After losing job during pandemic, Louisville chef named Best Baker in America

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The pandemic hit Louisville pastry chef Jackie Joseph pretty hard when she lost her job at the Omni Hotel. But things are looking up after she → Read More

Play café to open in Louisville this summer

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The last year has been hard for parents and kids who struggled with isolation during the pandemic. But a new space in the Highlands looks to → Read More

Seymour, Indiana, dedicates green space in front of John Mellencamp mural

Jackson County officials hope the new space will help bring the small town to life. → Read More

Louisville music duo 'Twinjabi' gaining global following

A mix of hip hop, pop and Bollywood influences, Neil and Kush Nijhawan hope to bridge the gap between their two cultures. → Read More

Mobile filtration unit unveiled to tackle Charlestown brown water problem

The company says the mobile unit will provide some water quality improvement in Charlestown, which has suffered from brown water for years because of the city's aging water pipes. → Read More

A look back at the wild weather of the first Saturday in May

Every year, fans anxiously await the weather forecast for Derby day in Louisville, and it's a big part of the history books when it comes to the big race. → Read More

A behind-the-scenes look at where celebrities and the Queen watch the Kentucky Derby

The best seat at Churchill Downs is at the Turf Club and Millionaire's Row. The exclusive, members-only lounge and dining room located in the clubhouse section is directly overlooking the → Read More

Fashion through the decades at the Kentucky Derby

The tradition of dressing up for Derby Day dates back to the very earliest Kentucky Derby. → Read More

Farm for retired thoroughbred racehorses opens in Oldham County

The farm opens to the public in May, and tours will be offered through Visit Horse Country. → Read More

Rare and special items are stored in the vault at the Kentucky Derby Museum

Deep underground, where few are allowed to wander, two unmarked rooms hold racing's rarest relics. → Read More

A look at the Jockey Quarters at Churchill Downs

While it's party time in the stands, the suites and the infield at the Kentucky Derby, it's all business on race day for the jockeys. → Read More

Garden Girl Foods opens storefront in Old Louisville

What started as a pandemic garden has grown into a storefront in Old Louisville, where Garden Girl Foods is bringing fresh food to those who need it most. → Read More

As COVID-19 vaccination rates decrease, outreach efforts increase in Louisville

COVID-19 vaccination rates in Kentucky are slowing down as fewer people are signing up to get the shot week after week. → Read More

Farm for retired thoroughbred racehorses to open in Oldham County

GOSHEN, Ky. (WDRB) -- Retired thoroughbred racehorses will now live out their days at a farm in Oldham County. The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation sanctuary farm at Chestnut Hall is 25 → Read More

Louisville woman says pillow saved her from stray bullet

A Louisville woman said a pillow saved her life when gun fire erupted outside her bedroom window near South 18th Street and Esquire Alley in the Russell neighborhood. → Read More

Emmie the dog continues to provide comfort at Family and Children's Place during pandemic

One Louisville organization has a special tool to help heal children who are hurting. → Read More

Indiana mask mandate set to end Tuesday

Mask-wearing will not longer be mandatory in public places in Indiana starting Tuesday. → Read More

502 Kids Biz Week highlight businesses run by Louisville's mini moguls

"502 Kids Biz Week" kicks off April 4th and running through April 10th. → Read More

Churchill Downs hosts 3-day COVID-19 vaccine clinic

Churchill Downs teamed up with Norton Healthcare to host a three-day vaccine clinic. → Read More

Jeffersonville continues to expand arts district, looking for artists

NoCo is an explosion of public art with its iconic painted water tower, wildflower installation and story trail. → Read More