‘I am honored’: Marilyn Jackson announced as new Muhammad Ali Center President Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

Jackson is the first woman to lead the Muhammad Ali Center since it opened 16 years ago.


Archdiocese of Louisville files documents to intervene in lawsuit brought by parishioners against long-time Catholic priest Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

A civil lawsuit alleges Father Anthony Ngo, pastor at St. John Vianney, wrongfully used church money.


‘Darrell is the role model that our community is proud of’: Basketball legend immortalized as street name Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

Councilwoman Jessica Green honored Darrell 'Dr. Dunkenstein' Griffith with an honorary street name in his childhood neighborhood.


‘Hatchings and births are always a great time for celebration’: New baby penguins join the Louisville Zoo Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

Baby Little Penguins are expected to enter the public eye in spring.


W.E.B. DuBois Academy opens Verizon Innovative Learning Lab Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

Students and teachers at W.E.B. DuBois Academy are improving their digital literacy with the new Verizon Innovative Learning Lab.


How a Kentucky inventor found fame through tragedy Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

Garrett Morgan’s invention and sale of his gas mask was a great lesson on the human condition.


School Choice: JCPS looking at changes to student assignment Thursday, Dec 2 2021 

This comes as west Louisville families seek better options. We saw their efforts to learn more about what's available at JCPS' 'School Choice Night' in Shawnee.


‘There is a critical need for social workers, especially in law enforcement’: Hodgenville police adding social workers Wednesday, Dec 1 2021 

Chief James Richardson said police too often put bandages on problems that would be better served by social workers with connections to community resources.


‘It is never easy to say goodbye’: Bart, Louisville Zoo sea lion, dies at 28 Wednesday, Dec 1 2021 

Beloved animal ambassador, Bart the California sea lion of the Louisville Zoo, died at a ripe 28 years old.


Mayor Greg Fischer proposes a mid-year spending adjustment Wednesday, Dec 1 2021 

His $20 million mid-year spending adjustment proposal would update existing equipment, match a federal grant and raise union and non-union pay.


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