Louisville announces $1,000 emergency coronavirus funding to help families, organizations Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

Louisville will get emergency financial assistance to help with the fallout from the coronavirus, Mayor Greg Fischer's office announced


Focused purely on coronavirus pandemic, Kentucky governor says, ‘I’m done with politics’ Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

Beshear made that announcement and others in a one-on-one interview with WDRB News.

Senate GOP takes crack at budget bill, seeks new revenue estimate after COVID-19 crisis Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

Republicans and Beshear differ on the need for a new state revenue forecast before a budget is approved to take account for the impact of COVID-19.


Take Your Toddler to a Playgroup March 18 Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

It's important for children to learn how to start socializing with others at a young age and it’s pretty important for parents to find support and social situations for themselves, too. Get it all at the Bloom Counseling and Wellness Center this March for the Glowing Up Playgroup. This group is designed for children up to 4 years old and their caregivers. Play Time At the Glowing Up Playgroup, adults will have the chance to socialize, get tips and find support from other parents. Meanwhile, kids will play, learn and connect with each other. There are activities for the adults to enjoy and structured play for the kids to enjoy, too. Bloom Counseling and Wellness Center Glowing Up Playgroup The Playgroup will offer discussion on all sorts of topics, including getting back to work, parenting multiple children, breastfeeding and more. A professional facilitator will be on hand to guide the group. Be there from 10 am to noon to participate. This playgroup is free for everyone to attend. The Bloom Counseling and Wellness Center is at 6500 Glenridge Park Place. That's just outside the gorgeous Glenview Hills neighborhood. While you're here, take the time to take a look at the jaw-dropping homes here and play around with the idea of moving into Glenview Hills soon. Growing Up in Glenview Hills Glenview Hills is just a short drive from the river, a beautiful community full of winding streets that end in cul-de-sacs. There's a post office nearby, not to mention the Louisville Tennis Club. There are several schools here, too, including Ballard High. From this neighborhood, you can get to a country club or a historic home site in minutes. There's even an art gallery nearby. Glenview Hills is surrounded by places to go and by beautiful natural scenery. But to see the best of the neighborhood, you want to explore the winding streets inside Glenview Hills for yourself. The large brick and stone homes in Glenview Hills were built for luxury in big, spacious designs with attached garages and multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. Spacious lawns lead up to lovely landscaping and classic traditional home designs that give this neighborhood a timeless look. Once you get inside, you'll start to see all the high-end features that make Glenview Hills homes stand out. Hardwood floors, custom counters, fireplaces, crown molding, big closets, spa bathtubs, stone counters, well, you get it! The houses here are big and beautiful. Look around this neighborhood to see if the real estate here blows you away. About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the - Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!

Harvey Weinstein moved to state prison day before 68th birthday Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

The disgraced movie producer, known behind bars as inmate No. 20B0584, turns 68 on Thursday.


Gun, ammo sales soar in Kentucky amid novel coronavirus outbreak Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

At Openrange Gun Range in Crestwood, the shelves are starting to look more bare.

Stores working with suppliers to re-stock shelves amid coronavirus panic buying Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

"Our food chain is safe," Gov. Andy Beshear said.

Easy Bread Recipes Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

Easy Bread recipes using very few ingredients Do you need more bread but can’t find any in the stores or don’t want to go shopping during this social distancing period? We have a few bread recipes to share. These easy bread recipes do not require many ingredients. Who knows what you have in your pantry or fridge but maybe you [...]

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Louisville factory workers claim ‘shoulder to shoulder’ work conditions, concerned COVID-19 will spread Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

'We're elbow to elbow, we are having anxiety attacks and there's a lady who has a son with health issues.'


Fact check: Does using ibuprofen when you have coronavirus make symptoms worse? Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 

As conflicting reports circulate about whether ibuprofen worsens symptoms of COVID-19, multiple health agencies say they are investigating.


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