Give for Good Louisville: More than $7 million raised in just 24 hours Friday, Sep 16 2022 

More than 21,000 donors gave $7.8 million for the region's most generous day of giving.


Lou City players join kids on surprise shopping spree Tuesday, Sep 13 2022 

From backpacks, to shoes, to clothes, 20 children got everything they needed for the school year Tuesday. And they had some help from professional soccer players.


Peyton Manning, Luke Bryan to host CMA Awards Monday, Aug 1 2022 

“Country Music’s Biggest Night” will be broadcast live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.


Louisville’s Triceratops secured in new home Monday, Aug 1 2022 

The dinosaur now sits on top of the parking lot elevator to the pedway over West Washington Street.


‘That should all be recognized somehow’: Louisville artists design sculpture for late glass artist Stephen Powell Friday, Jul 29 2022 

The stainless-steel sculpture, when completed, will stand 25 feet tall and contain 48 handmade glass discs.


Carolyn Bryant Donham: Will Emmett Till accuser face charges? Friday, Jul 1 2022 

The family of lynched teen, Emmett Till, is demanding an arrest after an unserved warrant was discovered, 66 years later.


After losing two children to cancer, family deals with rare childhood condition for third time Sunday, Jun 26 2022 

Thomas John Borja is doing all he can to live the life of a 7-year-old, despite spending a lot of time away from his Salem home while fighting a rare form of cancer.


‘This is a safe option’: Fireworks return to Waterfront Park for Fourth of July Wednesday, Jun 22 2022 

Thousands of visitors have enjoyed the fireworks since they started in 1998. Other activities planned include face painting and balloon art.


‘Handle the hard conversations’: Doctors urge parents discuss gun safety with kids on National ‘ASK’ Day Tuesday, Jun 21 2022 

Firearms have now passed cars as the most common cause of injury death in children and young people, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.


Governor’s Medical Cannabis Advisory Committee meets for first time Monday, Jun 20 2022 

The 17-member committee will host four public town halls across the state, then report back to Gov. Andy Beshear with their findings and recommendations.


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