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Dec 31, 2019

WDRB's Valerie Chinn discusses her recent story on how Kentucky and Indiana hold hundreds of millions of dollars in unpaid wages and other "missing money." Some of it could be yours. Valerie lays out how to check your name, how to claim your money and what it's like inside the Kentucky state treasurer's high-security...


Dec 24, 2019

The Louisville-area gambling landscape is more competitive than ever with the opening of the $90 million Caesars Southern Indiana casino earlier this month and the continued growth of slot-like historical horse racing at Churchill Downs. WDRB business reporters Chris Otts and Jessica Bard discuss the evolution of the...


Dec 17, 2019

Was is a 'Rumspringa' slaying or a coerced confession? WDRB first highlighted the case of Amish man Daniel Hostetler last summer. He was convicted of manslaughter related to a 2012 death once ruled to be a suicide. But now Hostetler is a free man -- one of hundreds to receive a pardon from former Gov. Matt Bevin in...


Dec 10, 2019

The Sherman Minton Bridge is the Louisville area's oldest interstate bridge, but it is getting more use than ever because it remains free, while the $2 billion I-65 bridges started collecting tolls in 2016. Officials are eyeing a rehab project to add decades of life to the Minton, but the work will mean closing...


Dec 4, 2019

As he prepares to leave office next week, Kentucky Gov. Bevin sat down with WDRB's Lawrence Smith for a final interview. To hear him tell it, Bevin lost his re-election bid last month in part because "the left" mobilized and "harvested" votes on college campuses, public housing complexes and other urban centers.  The...