Nashville-based coffee shop headed to downtown Louisville Wednesday, Oct 5 2022 

They will be setting up shop in the historic building at 500 West Jefferson Street that has been under construction.


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.


Early registration for LIHEAP program begins Monday, Oct 3 2022 

LIHEAP is a subsidy program that helps Louisville’s older residents and those who are low income pay for their heating and electricity.


Adult spelling bee raises money to help Louisville organization Thursday, Sep 29 2022 

The adult spelling bee was part of a fundraiser for DeCode Project, which offers free or reduced literacy training for students who are struggling.


Kentuckiana organization gets generous donation from Kosair Charities Thursday, Sep 29 2022 

"When we first opened 15 years ago Kosair Charities invested in us in the very beginning."


Kentucky woman sentenced to 28 months for ‘wire fraud’ Thursday, Sep 29 2022 

She reportedly transferred more than a half-million dollars from her employer's account to herself.


Louisville negotiating contract to send millions in ARP funding to housing Wednesday, Sep 28 2022 

With $58 million left in ARP funding for Louisville, the city plans to use that towards workforce development.


Product, staffing shortages loom as Ford unveils new Super Duty Truck in Louisville Tuesday, Sep 27 2022 

With this new truck still comes some hurdles. Thousands of Ford trucks sit across Louisville, unable to be sold due to supply chain issues.


Ford strengthens relationship with Kentucky, invests $700M in 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.


‘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.


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