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We take a look at Buschemeyer’s, Louisville jeweler that first opened its doors when Abraham Lincoln was in office.
Go with the flow and you’ll get a sneak peak at the new Louisville WaterWorks Museum at the Water Tower.
We talk to Nancy Miller, author of the book "One Hundred Fascinating Louisville Women", a compilation of personal stories and experiences from women throughout the Louisville community.
Finally, we explore a 1917 train crash that is still regarded as the worst in Kentucky’s history.