‘Obsolete and poorly designed’: New report highlights problems within Metro Corrections Monday, Oct 3 2022 

City leaders are responding after a 20-page report highlights 'poor practices' inside Louisville Metro Corrections.

        

Louisville firefighter’s name added to Jefferson Square Park memorial ahead of Fire Prevention Week Monday, Oct 3 2022 

Sgt. David Pawley passed away in 2021 from a cancer caused by fire-related toxins and was remembered during a ceremony on Monday.

        

Beautiful weather, large crowds wrap up annual St. James Court Art Show Sunday, Oct 2 2022 

The community came out to celebrate the annual three-day art festival in droves as it wrapped up its 66th year Sunday.

        

New initiative aims to create pathway to homeownership for west Louisville residents Monday, Sep 26 2022 

The West Louisville Housing Initiative are helping residents with a pathway to homeownership.

        

Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema talks ‘filibuster’, bipartisanship during speech at McConnell Center Monday, Sep 26 2022 

Senator Mitch McConnell called her “the most effective first-term senator” he’s seen during his nearly 40 years in the Senate.

        

Bardstown offering reward following vandalism of cemetery Tuesday, Sep 20 2022 

The city is called the 'most beautiful small town' in America. Bardstown authorities are looking for the person responsible after a cemetery was vandalized.

        

Could a gun buy-back program help with Louisville’s gun violence? Tuesday, Sep 20 2022 

City leaders weigh in as an ordinance is still in the works.

        

Simmons College dedicates old Central High building; now known as Ida B. Wells Hall Sunday, Sep 18 2022 

The historic college said the building will be the hub for Black education in the city.

        

Industrial commerce company Inxeption opens new headquarters in downtown Louisville Monday, Sep 12 2022 

Inxeption helps companies do business rapidly and more efficient online through supply chain digitization.

        

Louisville honors 9/11 victims with ceremonies of remembrance Sunday, Sep 11 2022 

City leaders in Louisville and Jeffersontown marked the day with ceremonies paying tribute to first responders and their sacrifices.

        

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