46th Annual Taste of Louisville gives back to the community Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

More than one-thousand people turned out to sample local food and drinks, along with a silent auction and silent disco.


Community organizing Mics Up Guns Down festival to combat gun violence Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

As gun violence continues to grip the Louisville community, this group is hoping to make a difference.


Scott County sheriff warns of sex offenders in the area as kids will soon be trick-or-treating Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Fifty-three sex offenders are currently living in Scott County, Indiana.

Louisville basketball great Jim Morgan, member of the Cardinals 1956 NIT title team, dies Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

The 1,000-point scorer and integral part of the Cardinals 1956 NIT-winning team passed away from a reported heart attack.


Despite fix, often-blocked railroad crossing still a problem for Louisville neighborhood Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Trains coming and going from the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant sometimes block a road into a nearby neighborhood.

RV catches fire, SUV flips over in separate crashes on same stretch of I-65 in Jackson County Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Traffic was backed up for miles in Jackson County on Wednesday afternoon as Indiana State Police responded to the crashes.

Lori Loughlin, other parents in college admissions scandal face trial in 2020 Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

The trials of Lori Loughlin and other parents who pleaded not guilty in the college admissions scandal will probably take place in 2020.


Smaller class sizes, standardized testing rollbacks part of Beshear’s education plan Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

If elected, Beshear said he won't sign a budget bill unless it properly funds education.

First responders waiting for rain in order to place new waterway mile markers in Bullitt County Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Waterway mile markers are coming to Floyds Fork and Salt River in Bullitt County. The markers arrived at Shepherdsville Fire Department Wednesday afternoon. But, with the recent drought, water levels are too low to put the signs out.

We’re listening to what issues matter to you, readers. And we will continue to do so. Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

About 70 people showed up for the final On Kentucky Politics with The Courier Journal event to discuss the issues that matter most to them as voters.


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