Louisville basketball’s 10-game winning streak ends with a clunker at Georgia Tech Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

Louisville is still alone at the top of the Atlantic Coast Conference standings. Against Georgia Tech, the Cardinals struggled with their 3s.


Lawsuit alleges Louisville boy was sexually abused at Kentucky baptist school Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

A lawsuit against Oneida Baptist Institution alleges a 17-year-old student sexually abused other students on more than one occasion.

National Farm Machinery Show hits the Kentucky Expo Center Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

The National Farm Machinery Show will be at the Kentucky Expo Center Feb. 12-15 from 9am to 6pm. Parking is $10 and buses are $20.


Amid coronavirus worries, Centre students back from China reportedly quarantined as precaution Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

The coronavirus has taken more than 1,000 lives in China.


KSP arrests Hardin County man who allegedly exchanged nude photographs with a juvenile online Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

Police seized electronic equipment John Coffey Jr. allegedly used in the crime during a search of his house Wednesday.

CDC warns of increase in polio-like illness affecting children Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) appear to increase every two years.

Kentucky House votes to give U of L $6M to pay back proposed state loan for Jewish Hospital Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

The money would allow the university to repay interest and principal on a $35 million loan the state has provided also in support of the health care deal.

Council Candidate Jecorey Arthur To Leave Louisville Public Media Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

Jecorey Arthur is leaving Louisville Public Media as the music education manager at classical music station WUOL. The musician, teacher and Democrat is running for Metro Council to represent District 4.

In a statement sent Wednesday evening, Arthur’s campaign confirmed his departure from Louisville Public Media, which is also the parent company of WFPL.

“Jecorey Arthur and Louisville Public Media recently came to a mutual decision to part ways,” the email said. “Arthur is proud of the work he was able to accomplish at LPM, including his efforts toward expanding music education to thousands of kids across Louisville, and the country. Arthur is particularly proud of his work expanding LPM’s musical outreach programs to Louisville’s minority communities, including the West End.”

The campaign statement said Arthur will work with LPM over the coming weeks to ensure continuity in the organization’s musical outreach programs.

LPM President Stephen George declined to comment.

Last month, WFPL reported on campaign finance issues that arose from a close relationship between Arthur and Simmons College of Kentucky, where he teaches percussion. Both Arthur and Simmons denied any impropriety.

The primary election is on May 19.

This post has been updated to include a statement from Arthur’s campaign.

Dog dies after being abandoned in crate outside Henry County animal shelter Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

The shelter is hoping the owners who abandoned Cane, 2-year-old American bulldog, will soon be exposed.

Former Bardstown CFO embezzled more than $760,000 from the city, mayor says Wednesday, Feb 12 2020 

The city has recovered $134,000 of the stolen funds as of Wednesday, according to Bardstown Mayor J. Richard Heaton.

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