Your vote could help Down Syndrome of Louisville win $100,000 Wednesday, Oct 27 2021 

If DSL is awarded the grant, the nonprofit will be able to launch satellite campuses to reach even more families right where they are.


Here’s how the city is planning to spend $262 million in federal funding Tuesday, Oct 26 2021 

Louisville officials released their plan to improve public safety, combat homelessness and show appreciation to essential workers.


Cost of gas in Louisville up 20 cents compared to last month Monday, Oct 25 2021 

While the average price of gas in Kentucky is less than the national average, prices are on the rise due to tight supply.


Report: Louisville homicide rate is costing every taxpayer in Jefferson County Friday, Oct 22 2021 

The report applauded the efforts of Louisville's Group Violence Intervention Program and the efforts of the Office of Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods.


Louisville officials break ground on new distribution center, 30 new jobs coming Friday, Oct 22 2021 

The new Republic National Distributing Co. center will be located on Blankenbaker Parkway and is expected to be completed by August 2022.


‘I don’t want to close, this is my life’ | Louisville Thrift Store hopeful as MSD project concludes Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

The owner of the store is still in debt after losing out on business due to a sewer project. Scott, who is 70, drove DoorDash for 80 hours a week to stay afloat.


Heaven Hill workers continue strike, after company says contract negotiations failed Monday, Oct 18 2021 

A UFCW 23D representative said Heaven Hill should be working around the clock to reach an agreement on a fair contract that invests in its Kentucky workers.


Grassroots or big checks: Campaign heating up for Yarmuth’s seat, here’s how candidates are doing on fundraising Friday, Oct 15 2021 

State Senator Morgan McGarvey filed as an official candidate after the third quarter wrapped up, so his campaign doesn't have any published financial data yet.


New owners of Caesars Southern Indiana working toward generational wealth as tribal population grows Wednesday, Oct 13 2021 

EBIC Holdings held a ribbon cutting to celebrate their new ownership of the property.


Get ready for a treat | 2nd Annual 502 Black Eats Week is here Thursday, Sep 30 2021 

More than 30 local Black-owned restaurants are participating Oct. 3-9.


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