St. Xavier runs past rival Trinity Friday, Sep 24 2021 

St. X coach Kevin Wallace, Jack Sivori and Justin Walsh talk after the win over Trinity.


Manual football picks up nice road win at Ballard Friday, Sep 24 2021 

Check out first half highlights from Manual's win over Ballard.


Victim identified in fatal Park Hill neighborhood shooting Friday, Sep 24 2021 

The victim, now identified as 34-year-old Marion Caldwell III, was transported to UofL Louisville Hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.


Heaven Hill, striking union members set to renegotiate contract Friday, Sep 24 2021 

The plan to return to the negotiation table comes as the distillery filed a restraining order against picketing union members.


LMPD outlines enforcement policy at buffer zone outside abortion clinic Friday, Sep 24 2021 

Police said an officer must witness the violation, either in person or recording. Anyone found in violation for the first time will be given a written warning.


14-year-old JCPS student describes prior shooting near bus stop where her brother died in drive-by Friday, Sep 24 2021 

16-year-old Tyree Smith was one three JCPS students shot as they wait for their school bus Wednesday morning. Smith died from his injuries.

Young people who witnessed bus stop shooting say art is helping them cope with trauma Friday, Sep 24 2021 

With music, dancing, and smiles, neighbors try to bring more light to Chestnut Street where three teens were shot while waiting for the bus. They're using art to help the kids heal.

Nonprofit Fair Returns to UofL for 2021 Friday, Sep 24 2021 

By Anthony Riley

The Nonprofit Fair returned to UofL at lunchtime Sept. 24, where many of the charities and nonprofit organizations in Louisville engaged with students. Held in front of the Red Barn, the fair featured several major nonprofit organizations including Goodwill Industries of Kentucky, Little Sisters of the Poor, Louisville Independent Business Alliance and the Salvation Army. Students could sign up for volunteer and community service opportunities and find out more about the various ways they can get involved in the community.

Photos by Anthony Riley//The Louisville Cardinal

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FOCUS helps Louisville man save his home, get a job Friday, Sep 24 2021 

FOCUS brought the unemployment story of David Timmons in August and now after community support he started his first day at a local landscaping company.


‘Went through far too much’: Liam, puppy left at Kentucky Humane Society, has died Friday, Sep 24 2021 

The puppy was underweight, missing most of his fur and had swollen, painful skin due to skin infections and a parasitic skin disease called by mites.


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