Louisville man fights graffiti, vandalism in Highlands Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

"This one friend of mine who's since passed away was a big fan of his, so every time I see this mural, I think of him."

        

Students discuss mental health at Jeffersontown High forum Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

The students, along with mental health practitioners, gave a glimpse into what impacts their mental health and provided resources to the community.

        

Combat veterans share stories of coming home at Frazier Museum Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

The event, in partnership with the Kentucky Opera, encouraged discussions with veterans and performers about how the arts can help share their stories.

        

Homeless shelters concerned heatwave will hurt winter donations Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

The heatwave Kentuckiana has been so familiar with will continue for much of the week, but with each passing day, it’s becoming more of a concern for local homeless advocates.

Foundation for fallen Officer Nick Rodman teams up with local organizations for donation drive Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

Bins will be set up at LMPD divisions across Jefferson County.

        

GCCS Board approves amended strategic plan and year 1 facility plan Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

Parents in attendance gave a round of applause to board members after the unanimous vote.

#itsaboy: Kentucky dad filled in for wife on bed rest at Frankfort maternity shoot Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

He was standing in Elkhorn Creek in Frankfort, Kentucky, while Kiana Smither of K.M. Smither Photography snapped the dreamy maternity photos.

       

President Trump talked about shooting migrants, using alligators at the border, according to new book Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

According to a book excerpt, President Trump shouted at staff during a March meeting, “You are making me look like an idiot!"

       

GLI President and CEO Remarks on JCPS School Ratings Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

“GLI supports the transformative work happening in Jefferson County Public Schools and is encouraged to see positive trends in key growth areas such as student graduation and transition readiness. The new state ratings system gives our community greater transparency on the performance of a school and provides clearer data about...

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Trinity golfer J.M. Butler has more business to take care of before going to Auburn Tuesday, Oct 1 2019 

Trinity, led by J.M. Butler, is aiming for its first state golf title in 16 years. LaRue County won the Region Five title.

       

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