Kentucky State Police ‘Trooper Teddy Bears’ on sale for holiday weekend Thursday, Nov 26 2020 

Proceeds from the bears go toward the "Trooper Teddy Bear Project," which provides teddy bears to children who are involved in traumatic situations.

        

Where to get hot chocolate bombs in Louisville Tuesday, Nov 24 2020 

Hot chocolate bombs are really popular right now! You can make your own, but even easier, you can get some right here in Louisville.  Kids (and let’s be honest….parents) will love the fun experience of pouring hot milk over the chocolate to create a delicious hot cocoa drink! If you are looking for where to get hot chocolate bombs in [...]

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Drive-thru Holiday Events Friday, Nov 20 2020 

Louisville Drive thru Holiday events are happening more in 2020 and we have collected ideas for safe holiday experiences   Families are looking for things to do during Covid for Christmas. These drive-thru holiday events are contactless and outdoors! Louisville drive thru Christmas events are popping up all over the area for contactless, outdoor, safe family fun this holiday season. [...]

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Louisville city leaders urging state lawmakers to make changes, allowing for more police reforms Friday, Nov 20 2020 

"There's very little we control here locally," Councilman Winkler said. "Part of my effort here is to move the focus where it needs to be which is in Frankfort."

        

Louisville man found after Golden Alert Thursday, Nov 19 2020 

A Golden Alert for 74-year-old John Kiefner has been canceled.

        

250 positions available at Baptist Health Louisville, Lexington call centers Thursday, Nov 19 2020 

Louisville-based patient access coordinators will work at the Patient Connection Hub near Hillview. Baptist Health asks those interested to apply online.

        

Restaurants say latest restrictions are ‘nails in the coffin’ for service industry Wednesday, Nov 18 2020 

Service industry businesses have said they fear the restrictions will last longer than three weeks and worry the city will see more restaurants close permanently.

        

Suspect killed by state police after shooting Breckenridge Co. deputy during traffic stop Wednesday, Nov 18 2020 

Kentucky State Police said the suspect continued to shoot at police while he was being pursued.

        

Local Holiday Shopping Guide Wednesday, Nov 18 2020 

Are you looking to shop local this holiday season? Here are some amazing places for shopping to support small businesses in Louisville! We love all things Louisville and know you do to. With the holiday’s rapidly approaching, we thought we would help guide you to some of our favorite shops. 2020 has been a unique experience for everyone. In this [...]

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COVID-19 pandemic deepening racial disparities, study finds Tuesday, Nov 17 2020 

The 2020 Kids Count Data Book focused on how the "dual pandemics" of COVID-19 and racial injustice affected Kentucky's kids.

        

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