Ford to invest $700M, add 500 jobs at Louisville truck plant Tuesday, Sep 27 2022 

According to Gov. Beshear, Ford supports nearly 120,000 direct and indirect jobs in the state and has contributed more than $11.8 billion to Kentucky's economy.

        

Black-owned businesses struggle to thrive in Kentuckiana Tuesday, Sep 27 2022 

A Louisville business-owner may have found a way to make people interested in Black-owned businesses.

        

‘It’s not just LGBTQ themes’: Controversial book will remain on JCPS shelves following vote Monday, Sep 26 2022 

In a unanimous vote, JCPS School Based Decision Making Council members decided to keep the book in the schools.

        

‘I knew it was a unique visual history unlike anything else’: UofL Archives receives massive photo donation Monday, Sep 26 2022 

Members of the Bingham family and the Courier Journal donated the collection to help with the preservation of more than 3 million images.

        

Dr. Anthony Fauci to receive Muhammad Ali Humanitarian honor Monday, Sep 26 2022 

Fauci, known for his work on infectious diseases and during the COVID-19 pandemic, will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award.

        

New initiative aims to create pathway to homeownership for west Louisville residents Monday, Sep 26 2022 

The West Louisville Housing Initiative are helping residents with a pathway to homeownership.

        

Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema talks ‘filibuster’, bipartisanship during speech at McConnell Center Monday, Sep 26 2022 

Senator Mitch McConnell called her “the most effective first-term senator” he’s seen during his nearly 40 years in the Senate.

        

‘Welcome to Kentrucky’; Gov. Beshear dedicates day to automobile maker, Ford Monday, Sep 26 2022 

“Ford’s roots run deep in Kentucky."

        

‘We deserve a seat at the table’; Employees at east Louisville bookstore vote to unionize Monday, Sep 26 2022 

Workers at the Half Price Books on Hurstbourne Parkway will now go to the bargaining table to negotiate a union contract.

        

Kentucky man who shot classmates in ’97 imprisoned for life Monday, Sep 26 2022 

The Kentucky Parole Board voted Monday to deny parole to 39-year-old Michael Carneal, and ordered him to serve out his full life sentence.

        

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