Indiana drivers holding cellphones face license penalties Saturday, Jul 31 2021 

Violations will now result in four points against a driver’s license, BMV officials said.

        

Louisville native wins Kentucky’s second $1 million vaccine lottery Friday, Jul 30 2021 

Ginger Schultz said she only registered for the 'Shot at a Million' two days before.

        

Louisville rapper’s donation gives Special Olympics softball team new gear Friday, Jul 30 2021 

The Louisville Royals softball team usually relies on donations and thrifted gear, but thanks to a well-known rapper they have new equipment and some new swag.

        

‘My stomach dropped with it’: Kentucky girl’s call to dad drops while she’s getting brother, grandma out of house, away from intruder Thursday, Jul 29 2021 

It's a parent's worst nightmare, an intruder goes into your home while your kids are playing inside.

        

Inmate forgotten, left alone in dark Hall of Justice holding cell for hours Thursday, Jul 29 2021 

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said it is conducting a review after an inmate was left in a dark cell at the Hall of Justice.

        

The Local Seltzery to bring new flavors to NuLu this fall Thursday, Jul 29 2021 

Whether it's just a stop or a destination, the seltzery will offer a variety of drinks, including sugar-free, gluten-free and low-calorie options.

        

‘We have closure’ | Elizabethtown honors young Marine who died in kayaking accident Wednesday, Jul 28 2021 

Dozens in Hardin County held a balloon release at Freeman Lake Tuesday night, remembering 19-year-old Kenny Robertson, who was beloved by many in the community.

        

Louisville’s city employees hope for boost in wages from American Rescue Plan Funding Tuesday, Jul 27 2021 

A Metro Corrections employee and several other city workers said more money would recognize their work during the pandemic, incentivize new employees.

        

West Louisville residents share ideas, hopes for American Rescue Plan funding Tuesday, Jul 27 2021 

Residents called for city-wide changes and specific solutions affecting the community which included affordable housing and community centers.

        

‘These kids need this’ | 17 young entrepreneurs launch businesses in Louisville Sunday, Jul 25 2021 

During a year when record-setting violence makes headlines weekly, its programs like this and women like Rose Smith that will renew your faith.

        

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