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WLKY: Ohio River flood crest lowered by a foot

Screenshot | WLKY

Since Sunday, Louisville has had 2.92 inches of rain with a bit more expected Tuesday afternoon. Officials said the recent rains continued to push the Ohio River above its flood stage of 23 feet.

The forecast crest …

Kentucky Receives ‘C-‘ Grade For Its Aging Infrastructure

Kentucky’s infrastructure is falling apart faster than the pace of investment, based on the latest grade from the American Society for Civil Engineers.

If the commonwealth were graded on a curve, it would still be doing better than the country …

LG&E and KU: Pitch us your renewable-power projects

The solar array at the E.W. Brown plant is one of the company’s few renewable-power assets. | Photo by LG&E and KU

LG&E and KU are inviting renewable-energy developers in the region to pitch projects to feed as much as

Commentary: Infrastructure should be a top priority for Kentucky in 2019

By Dan Mann, Candace McGraw and Eric Frankl

As leaders of Kentucky’s three largest commercial service airports, we understand that infrastructure investment is critical to our state’s continued economic success.

Dan Mann | Courtesy

Our airports are critical infrastructure assets …

Seventh coal barge sinks at Falls; salvage to start soon

Just two of nine coal barges that were pinned against the dam after the Christmas night accident were fully afloat as of Wed., Jan. 2. | Photo by Mark R. Long

A seventh coal barge has sunk and salvage operations …

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 …