Kentucky lawmakers look to pass ‘hands-free’ driving law Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

A proposed bill could add Kentucky to a list of states that would no longer allow drivers to hold a cell phone or any electronic device while driving.

        

Kroger cuts hundreds of management jobs nationwide Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Kroger cuts hundreds of management jobs nationwide

       

The Darkness “Easter is Cancelled” Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

This Friday British rockers The Darkness will release their new album, Easter is Cancelled, and while the album art is causing a stir and being censored, the title track is straight-up, raucous glam rock– complete with singer Justin Hawkins‘ patented falsetto…

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A hotel is planned for one of downtown Louisville’s vacant towers Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Developers have finally announced plans for the 12-story Louisville Bank Building on Broadway, but the proposal hinges on local financing

       

Andy Beshear says he would scrap the current Kentucky Board of Education his first day in office Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

The Democratic candidate for governor talks more about his plan for public education.

        

Mike Berry retires after 33 years as president of KDF Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Mike Berry is handing over the reigns of the festival after 33 years of memories as the organization's president and CEO.

Visitation held for 15-year-old that died at Louder Than Life Festival Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Trinity Jackson suffered a medical emergency and was rushed to the hospital where she later died.

        

Vandals target Old Cardinal Stadium bus stop seats Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Within a week, the Old Cardinal Stadium seats that now sit at the TARC stop along Bardstown Road near Douglass Boulevard have been vandalized — twice.

Bicycle riding, knife-wielding robber caught Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

After grabbing some cash, police say he used a bicycle to getaway.

        

After 20+ years, Kentucky Derby Festival announces new president, CEO Wednesday, Oct 2 2019 

Outgoing Kentucky Derby Festival President and CEO Mike Berry said he's leaving the festival "in good hands" with incoming leader Matt Gibson.

       

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