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Feature Story: On March 18, 2007, the first elephant was born in Kentucky.
As the Louisville Zoo looks back on baby Scotty's first year, learn why Kentucky's adorable pachyderm is significant to *international* conservation efforts. Plus, get details on the Zoo's mission to ensure the survival of many other endangered species.
Guest: Louisville, of course, is home to the Derby, the world’s largest baseball bat and KFC’s colonel. But the city also has spiritual claims to fame, not the least of which is as the headquarters of the Presbyterian Church USA. The church’s top executive, Linda Valentine, joins us on set.
Around Town: During Easter season, Louisville Life visits two family-run area businesses that make any holiday sweeter: Rebecca Ruth Candy Factory and Nanz and Kraft Florists. Learn what makes them unique.
Etc.: He's been called the father of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and The Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. Find out about Harvey Wiley's ties to Greater Louisville.