Take a tour of Louisville’s SkyStar observation wheel
Enjoy a virtual ride and tour of the SkyStar observation wheel next to the Big Four pedestrian bridge at Waterfront Park in Louisville. The temporary wheel will be operating for patrons to enjoy until the end of Derby, May 6th.
Todd Schneider, managing partner of SkyStar Wheel LLC, talks about the new observation wheel being built at the Louisville Waterfront and operating from March 30 to May 6th, in time for Thunder Over Louisville and the Kentucky Derby.
Stand Up Paddle Kentucky opened a new underground kayaking and glowing stand up paddle board experience in 2016 with Thrillsville adventure park in Slade, Kentucky, where guests can book through SUP and embark on a 1.5 mile tour through flooded mi
Lexington-based poet Ada Limón reads “The Last Thing” from her new book, “The Carrying,” the follow up to her acclaimed “Bright Dead Things,” which was nominated for numerous awards, including the National Book Award.
Lexington Center and Rupp Arena will hold a surplus materials and salvage auction on Friday, August 17 . Remaining pieces of the original Rupp Arena floor are among the many surplus items that will be auctioned starting at 10 a.m.
Artists Karyn Olivier and Jay C. Lohmann convert the dome ceiling of University of Kentucky's Memorial Hall entrance into public art to contextualize a controversial mural found within the building made by Ann Rice O'Hanlon in 1934.
Lexington's Division of Water Quality is seeking volunteers to participate in sampling the water quality of Lexington creeks. They will be holding a training session on Tuesday, August 21 to train volunteers on how to collect water samples.
The University of Kentucky's fifth-ranked volleyball team held its preseason Media Day in Memorial Coliseum on Wednesday. The Wildcats open the 2018 season with an exhibition match at Western Kentucky on Thursday.
Body cam footage released by the Las Vegas Police Department shows an officer shooting and injuring a Ross Dress for Less greeter who "snapped" and began shooting at his manager on Saturday, according to police.
Kentucky parole board member Caroline Mudd questioned John Paul Works about why he killed officer Regina Nickles during a parole hearing Tuesday. The two members who heard Works put off until next week a decision on releasing Works from prison.