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.


90-year-old man walks through 16 states to help fight childhood cancer Sunday, Jul 25 2021 

Dean Troutman is walking from Illinois to Texas to help fight childhood cancer. His goal is to raise $1 million for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.


Manual boys lacrosse raises more than $3,000 in honor of teammate with leukemia Monday, Jul 19 2021 

Tate Miller was named 2021 Boy of the Year by the LLS because of his mental and physical strength while battling Philadelphia Chromosome Leukemia.


Anonymous donors help Louisville Thrift Store owner worried about keeping business alive amid sewer project Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

After his story aired, owner John Scott said someone walked into his store with $1,000 cash, offering to help him pay his utility bill.


Good news! Five positive stories from this week Sunday, Jul 11 2021 

Keep the Sunday Scaries at bay with some positive news stories, including a surprise Vegas trip and a Kentucky man's unique bond with a cardinal.


He told his wife if anything happened to him she needed to take his council seat and then he passed away. A month later she’s sworn in Friday, Jul 9 2021 

Patrick McLaughlin once told his wife Deanna that he wanted her to step up and take his council seat if anything happened to him. On Wednesday, she was sworn in.


Ballard High alum donates more than 300 shoes to Louisville nonprofits Wednesday, Jul 7 2021 

Trevon Davidson, a Ballard alum, decided he wanted to help his community feel good. After five months of collecting, he donated 343 pairs of shoes.


Ramen House owner rewards staff with trip to Las Vegas Wednesday, Jul 7 2021 

The local noodle spot closed its doors for a week. The owner said his team is taking a much-deserved break.


Volunteers comfort animals afraid of fireworks with treats, children’s stories at Kentucky Humane Society Tuesday, Jul 6 2021 

With the constant sounds of snap, crackle, and pop from fireworks on the 4th of July weekend, volunteers comforted animals to distract them from the noise.


Family of Bardstown Army leader seeks to rename Fort Benning after parents Monday, Jul 5 2021 

The family of a Bardstown native, who served more than three decades in the Army and became a top leader in the Vietnam War, seeks to rename Fort Benning after him.


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