Indiana BMV puts nonbinary gender option for IDs on hold Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

The BMV says it is working on a revised proposal and set a public hearing for Nov. 15.

        

Indiana BMV puts nonbinary gender option for IDs on hold Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is putting on hold a policy allowing nonbinary gender designations on driver's licenses while state officials develop new formal regulations for gender changes on state-issued IDs.

Southern Indiana girl’s legacy lives on through love of slime and giving Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

The legacy of a little southern Indiana girl who lost her battle with brain cancer is living on through her love of slime and giving back.

Check out pairings for Louisville-area boys and girls soccer district tournaments Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

Sacred Heart girls and St. Xavier boys enter postseason as defending state champions in high school soccer.

       

33rd horse death since December reported at Santa Anita track in California Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

The horse Ky. Colonel dropped dead after a jog on the training track.

New Kentucky Voters! Monday Is The Final Day To Register To Vote Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

Monday is the final day to register to vote on November 5. Here are the details you need to be sure you’re registered:

Who needs to register to vote?

Anyone who is a new Kentucky voter, or whose basic personal information has changed since their last registration needs to register to cast a ballot in the fall election. That includes:

  • new voters who will be 18 by November 5;
  • voters who have moved to Kentucky;
  • voters who have changed addresses;
  • voters who have changed their legal name.

How do I register?

You can register at your county clerk’s office. In Jefferson County, you can go to the third floor of the county election center. The advantage of registering in person is that your registration will be processed immediately.

You can also register online here on the Kentucky Secretary of State’s website. All you need is your basic personal information. A Kentucky driver’s license number helps verify your identity, but you can also sign your name online to affirm your identity without a driver’s license or state ID card.

How do I check that I’m properly registered?

All Kentucky voters can check their registration here. If your correct information shows up when you type in your name and birth date, congratulations, you’re ready to vote.

If you recently registered online, you may need to wait a week for processing before your ballot shows up on the Kentucky Secretary of State’s website.

Who are we voting for?

Kentucky is an oddball when it comes to statewide elections. We vote for governor in odd years, and this year, Governor Matt Bevin will face Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear.

There are a number of other statewide races on the ballot: the Kentucky Secretary of State, Attorney General, Auditor and Treasurer.

Some counties and municipalities may also have local races, especially to fill recent vacancies. Voters on the south side of Jefferson County will select a JCPS Board of Education member in District 4.

You can view your ballot on your county clerk’s website. Jefferson County voters, you can find your ballot here. Statewide, you can find your county’s ballot here.

Is there anything I can do to make this election go smoothly?

Jefferson County Clerk spokesman Nore Ghibaudy says the county is still looking for election workers who are registered as Republicans or Independents. It takes 2,400 workers to make election day possible in Jefferson County, and the workforce must have fair representation from both major parties.

Workers are paid a total of $200 for training and their time on Election Day. To learn more about becoming an election worker in Jefferson County, check here.

If you have any other questions about voter registration in Jefferson County or absentee voting — which is already underway — please see the County Clerk’s FAQ page.

Rock Out with Jazz and Blues at the Douglass Community Center October 6 Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

Head to the park this October for some great Jazz and Blues Music at the Douglass Community Center, delicious food and beautiful scenery. Have a day out in the sun surrounded by great tunes and help support a good cause while you’re having good times. Big Rock Jazz and Blues Fest Listen to music while you feast on amazing food. You're welcome to bring a chair and a picnic blanket if you like, and just get comfortable on the grass. There will be a silent auction later in the day. You can always sip a few cold ones while you’re here, too. There will be plenty of beer for the adults to enjoy courtesy of Great Flood. Jazz and Blues Music at the Douglass Community Center The proceeds from this event will help to benefit the Douglass Community Center, a gathering spot that's enjoyed by people all over the Highlands community and beyond. Be at the park from 1 to 6:30 pm, and be prepared for good tunes, good food and good times. The park is at 2305 Douglass Boulevard. What’s the Scene in Seneca Gardens? The quiet streets next to Seneca Golf Course are impossible to ignore. Seneca Gardens is full of stunning real estate options. It's impossible not to gawk at the large brick and stone homes, most of them styled with traditional designs that continue to look amazing as building trends come and go. Seneca Gardens has a lot of big lawns, spacious homes and a great location. It's part of the Highlands, which means it's surrounded by places to eat, funky shops, schools and fun attractions everywhere. This neighborhood attracts all sorts of people who want to enjoy comfortable living in beautiful, quiet surroundings. And with the golf course right next door, you'll have plenty of opportunities to sneak in a few holes. Go enjoy yourself in this part of Louisville this October to find out how Seneca Gardens might fit you. About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the - Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!

1 man hit and killed, second man stabbed in south Louisville Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

Police say the man hit and killed by the vehicle walked out of the woods near the lake and stabbed someone prior to getting hit by the car.

Sunday, October 6 Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

6 am – 8 am: Jazz With Bob Parlocha

8 am – 10 am: Jazz Insights with Danny O’Bryan

10 am – 11 am: Best Coast Jazz With John LaBarbera

11 am – 12 pm: Inner Ear with Dick Sisto

12 pm – 1 pm: Jazz Close Up With Dick Sisto
Each week Dick delves into the history of a favorite jazz performer.

1 pm – 3 pm: Jazz Pulse with Matt Anthony
A great mix of essential jazz cuts from the host of the Friday Night Soundclash.

3 pm – 6 pm: Roots ‘n’ Boots with Michael Young
Heapin’ helpings of country classics, recent Americana releases, and early country-rock mixed in. Blurring the line between rock and country since 1998.

6 pm – 9 pm: Bluegrass Evolution with Aaron Bibelhauser
Old and new bluegrass, New grass, and Americana music at its finest.

9 pm – 11 pm – Best of Bluegrass with Bob Mitchell
Long-time bluegrass aficionado Bob Mitchell joins the Sunday night tradition of featuring the best the genre has to offer.

11 pm – 12 am: The Grateful Dead Hour With David Gans

12 am – 6 am: WFPK Overnight
Hear your favorite mix of FPK tunes all night long.

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Johnson, Melinda Sunday, Oct 6 2019 

Melinda Johnson Glasgow 81, 05-Oct, Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home.

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