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LG&E casts shadow over solar-power dream

An area roughly the size of Cherokee Park would be required to supply and store the needed power to meet the studied area’s demands, the LG&E study shows. | Courtesy LG&E

What would it take to power Louisville solely by …

New maps reveal neighborhood assets, challenges

The Neighborhoods & Environment map shows air-pollution permit sites, landfills, flood plains and other features. | Center for Neighborhoods

A new set of online maps released last week gives a fresh look at the assets enjoyed and inequities endured by

Green groups urge city to commit to solar, wind power

The solar array at the E.W. Brown plant near Harrodsburg. | Courtesy of LG&E and KU

Environmental groups are pressing Louisville Metro Government to quit powering its operations with fossil fuels by 2030 — a target that raises a host

Louisville Water boosts rates for 2019

High on Louisville Water’s 2019 to-do list is completing the replacement of lead service lines. | Courtesy of Louisville Water

Louisville Water Company’s rates will rise an average of 4 percent for most customers in 2019 after receiving approval from …

MSD boosts cost estimate for required sewer upgrades by $40 million

District 5 Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton and MSD Executive Director Tony Parrott christen the tunnel boring machine “Bumblebee” on Monday. | Photo: Mark R. Long

The Metropolitan Sewer District on Monday said that it bumped up its cost estimate for

Americans for Prosperity already gearing up against gas tax hike

Via Public Domain Pictures

Next year’s session of the Kentucky General Assembly is still four months away, but the conservative political advocacy group Americans for Prosperity-Kentucky is getting a head start with a new digital campaign to oppose any legislation …

Clark Memorial Bridge to close at night for painting project

Clark Memorial Bridge | Courtesy WLKY

The Clark Memorial Bridge will be closed during overnight hours for the duration of the painting project. In a news release from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Tuesday, officials cited safety concerns for drivers and …

Street cave-in reported in Phoenix Hill neighborhood

Sewer cave-in at the intersection of Baxter and East Liberty Street. | Photo by WLKY

Part of the street collapsed Thursday around 4:15 p.m. at the intersection of Baxter Avenue and Liberty Street, according to MSD officials.

MSD said inspectors …