Candidate for Kentucky governor says running mate’s Facebook was hacked, FBI investigating Friday, Feb 3 2023 

Eric Deters' running mate Wesley Deters had child pornography streaming on her personal Facebook account Friday morning.


Mayor Greenberg aims to ‘make Louisville safer, stronger and healthier’ in State of the City address Thursday, Feb 2 2023 

Mayor Craig Greenberg announced the creation of Louisville's first-ever Office of Philanthropy and Office of Immigrant Affairs.


Kentucky registration grows among voters not tied to major parties Monday, Jan 30 2023 

The percentage of Kentucky's registered voters who aren't affiliated as Republicans or Democrats has reached a new high.


‘Too many crimes committed by youth’: Louisville mayor talks plans to remedy teen violence Wednesday, Jan 25 2023 

Mayor Craig Greenberg spoke at a discussion hosted by Greater Louisville Inc., where he highlighted a three-part plan to address violent crime in the Metro.


Kentuckians Barr, McGarvey named co-chairs of Bourbon Caucus Friday, Jan 20 2023 

The caucus was founded in 2009 and is made up of a bipartisan group of members.


Kentucky GOP demands school closure records from Gov. Beshear Friday, Jan 20 2023 

This sweeping request comes as a dozen Republicans compete for a shot at trying to unseat the Kentucky governor.


Democratic candidate for Kentucky attorney general launches candidacy; Republican Party reacts Friday, Jan 20 2023 

Rep. Pamela Stevenson and others outlined how she hopes to defend Kentuckian's freedoms. The Republican Party of Kentucky says she doesn't represent Kentucky values.


‘I think we have some political grandstanding going on’: Louisville’s special election stirs up controversy Friday, Jan 20 2023 

The State Board of Elections rejected Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw’s plan for the special election to replace Morgan McGarvey's empty state senate seat.


Indiana’s top court weighing challenge to state abortion ban Thursday, Jan 19 2023 

A top state lawyer has urged the Indiana Supreme Court to uphold the state’s Republican-backed abortion ban.


Sen. Mitch McConnell announces federal funding for cybersecurity workforce training Thursday, Jan 19 2023 

He announced $20 million in new federal funding will be available for cybersecurity workforce training. UofL will be applying to receive a portion of those funds.


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