Sen. Paul tries to link Dem challenger to political violence; Booker calls it ‘dangerous and dishonest rhetoric’ Tuesday, Oct 4 2022 

The video was the latest eyebrow-raising tactic in a campaign featuring unconventional politicians.

        

Louisville receives a million dollars to fix sidewalks Tuesday, Oct 4 2022 

The investment will make Louisville sidewalks more accessible and help pedestrians stay safe, officials say.

        

‘It’s about saying we deserve better’: Charles Booker lone Senate candidate in forum Monday, Oct 3 2022 

Charles Booker is the first Black Kentuckian in state history to be the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate. U.S. Sen. Rand Paul is seeking a third Senate term.

        

Louisville NAACP calling for Kentucky Attorney General’s resignation Friday, Sep 30 2022 

The Louisville Branch's NAACP said if Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron doesn't step down, it will call on the state's general assembly to impeach him.

        

‘Voter registration is back’: A surge in Kentucky voters makes officials hopeful Friday, Sep 30 2022 

Voters who are not Republicans or Democrats are the fastest-growing share of the electorate.

        

Former Kentucky state Sen. C.B. Embry Jr. dies at 81 Friday, Sep 30 2022 

After a long battle with cancer, the Kentucky representative reportedly died Thursday night, just days after resigning.

        

Kentucky recovers $15 million investment in failed project Friday, Sep 30 2022 

The project was announced by former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin.

        

Mayoral candidates address questions, concerns from west Louisville residents Wednesday, Sep 28 2022 

The Shawnee Neighborhood Association hosted a forum, where the community asked candidates what they'd do to address safety and investment in the west end.

        

‘It’s always difficult to confront very challenging circumstances’: Kentucky childcare crisis revealed in new survey data Friday, Sep 23 2022 

More than 70% of responding childcare providers would be forced to raise tuition if American Rescue Funds run out.

        

Metro Council ordinance effects ‘nuisance properties’ around Louisville Thursday, Sep 22 2022 

The proposal would allow people living close by such properties, often the most affected, to have a say in how property owners can remedy the issues.

        

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