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More than two dozen coal-fired power plants that line the Ohio River stand to get a break from a regional commission that has helped to dramatically improve water quality in the river, the drinking water source for five million people.
Metro Louisville has unveiled the first two of five projected SmART Stops in the Russell neighborhood. The new shelters represent only some of the changes that are happening at bus stops throughout the city. Most of these new amenities have been well-received by commuters, but some of them have drawn public ire.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is three months into a nearly two-year, $27.9-million project to repair and paint the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge, but some people are second-guessing the decision to allow traffic on the span while the work is being done.