The significance behind the Okolona Fire House painting Wednesday, Jun 9 2021 

Darryl Tucker loves to paint, everything from animals to movie scenes. But no one understood why he'd want to paint his neighborhood fire station.

        

Counseling center hosting garden tours to help pay for mental health therapy Wednesday, Jun 9 2021 

A Louisville counseling center is hosting a house and garden tour to raise money for those who suffer from mental health challenges.

        

After losing job during pandemic, Louisville pastry chef wins Food Network baking competition Wednesday, Jun 9 2021 

Jaclyn Joseph took home the $25,000 grand prize and the title of "Best Baker in America."

        

‘I think it needs to be made a higher priority’: LMPD officer talks hate crimes and biggest investigation barriers Tuesday, Jun 8 2021 

Paula Vasan speaks exclusively to LMPD’s public information officer about how they’re addressing hate crimes, and what they see as their biggest barriers.

        

Help an Indiana WWII veteran celebrate his 100th birthday by sending him a card Tuesday, Jun 8 2021 

Honor Flight Bluegrass wants to surprise Verner Ferguson with 100 cards for his birthday on June 23.

        

JCPS kicks off 2021 Summer Meal program Tuesday, Jun 8 2021 

Meals will be available to all children 18 years old and younger. The district will use curbside and mobile options to give out meals through July 30.

        

Eight-year-old daughter saves mother’s life after she stopped breathing Monday, Jun 7 2021 

"She came in my room looking for me and found me unresponsive not breathing and purple," said mother Brooke Holley.

        

New donut shop seeking to hire people with disabilities Monday, Jun 7 2021 

The co-founders of Hole Lotta Love Donuts, said the business' mission is to give people living with disabilities a chance to have a job.

        

Community program teaches kids how to grow their own food Monday, Jun 7 2021 

Breaking Ground is hosted by the Parkland Boys and Girls Club and Change Today, Change Tomorrow.

        

THANK YOU, Kentuckiana! WHAS Crusade for Children raises $5.1M during 68th telethon Sunday, Jun 6 2021 

One-hundred percent of every donation goes to the kids!

        

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