New justice movement with eyes on slavery reparations brings national conference to Louisville Friday, Oct 4 2019 

The movement is both economic and political, and there's a reason it rests in Kentucky.

A 286-unit high-rise apartment complex in downtown Louisville is being put up for sale Friday, Oct 4 2019 

Built in 1963, the 800 Tower City Club Apartments has 29 floors and 286 units. Its ownership last changed hands in 2015.


Gov. Matt Bevin Says He Would Accept Foreign Help To Investigate Political Rivals Friday, Oct 4 2019 

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin said Friday he would accept help from a foreign government to investigate corruption regardless of whether or not it involved a political rival.

Bevin’s comments came during a press conference with the express purpose of antagonizing journalists into asking Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Attorney General Andy Beshear about his stance on the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

“Does he support impeachment of the president or not? Yes or no?” Bevin said. “It’s not complicated. Why is it none of you have demanded this answer of him?”

Beshear’s Campaign Manager Eric Hyers said Beshear has already answered the question multiple times.

“Just like many other Kentuckians, the only information [Beshear] has right now is what he’s seen in different news reports. He believes that if Congress moves forward, any proceedings should be nonpartisan and focus on facts and evidence,” Hyers said in an emailed statement.

Bevin, in turn, called the impeachment inquiry a politically-motivated “charade.” He said he hasn’t seen any evidence of illegal conduct on Trump’s behalf, even after reading through the partial transcript of Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

Bevin’s comments come just a day after the release of text messages from U.S. diplomats that suggest Trump wanted to exchange American aid for political dirt.

But Bevin said Trump’s efforts to pressure Zelenskiy into investigating the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has nothing to do with political rivalry.

“Let me tell you the fact that it is a political rival is irrelevant,” he said.

In fact, Bevin said he too would seek help from a foreign government to investigate corruption when asked by WFPL News.

“The government of Ukraine was very directly involved in this,” he said. “Of course, where else is the information going to come from? A reporter at the Washington Post? Please, be realistic. [It] has nothing to do with this as a political rival.”

Kentucky’s election for governor will be held on November 5.

Get off your ‘High Horse.’ Retro 1970s bar to open in Butchertown Friday, Oct 4 2019 

Get off your high horse and mosey on over to Butchertown: there's a new retro neighborhood bar opening by the end of October.


Differences in students aside, opinions vary on closing gaps between JCPS schools Friday, Oct 4 2019 

JCPS is home to some of Kentucky's highest and lowest performing schools, leading some to wonder how the district will boost achievement at schools that need it most.

US Defense Secretary promises continued help for Kentucky during trip to Louisville Friday, Oct 4 2019 

Secretary Mike Esper and Leader Mitch McConnell comment on cooperation during speech at U of L.


Kentucky State Police targeting aggressive drivers in high-crash areas Friday, Oct 4 2019 

The "Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks Campaign" is a two-week operation that began Oct. 1.

Bullitt County awarded $351,098 in discretionary funds for road improvements Friday, Oct 4 2019 

Resurfacing repairs will address existing surface cracks, potholes, raveling, and base failures.


University of Louisville, Mitch McConnell host Secretary of Defense Mark Esper Friday, Oct 4 2019 

U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell did not take any questions from the media at an appearance at U of L.


4-year-old colt dies on first day of 2019 Keeneland Fall Meet Friday, Oct 4 2019 

Stella d'Oro was euthanized after the fourth race at Keeneland on Friday, the racetrack announced.


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