‘I’ve been crying once a week’ | Louisville hits 100 homicides in 2021 after teen killed at Cox Park Wednesday, Jun 23 2021 

Louisville Metro Police said someone in his late teens was found dead in a parking lot on River Road around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday morning.


Head Start returns to Louisville, expands under new leadership Monday, Jun 21 2021 

The early childhood federal program "Head Start" that once faced allegations of mistreatment and neglect under JCPS' leadership, is returning with new leaders.


Proposal would help Louisville victims of violence relocate for safety Thursday, Jun 17 2021 

Many of them victims usually don't have another place to go to for safety especially after bullets fly near or even through their homes.


Baptist Health La Grange partners with Oldham County Schools for vaccine clinics Wednesday, Jun 16 2021 

The hospital will be closing its on-site clinic and focusing its attention on pop up clinics like the one it hosted at Oldham County High School on Wednesday.


Louisville officer facing federal charges for hitting kneeling protester resigns Tuesday, Jun 15 2021 

Cory Evans was served with pre-termination letters June 10 after he was federally charged with violating a person's constitutional rights during a protest.


‘While COVID-19 remains a threat, we are no longer in crisis’ | Gov. Beshear holds final COVID-19 briefing Friday, Jun 11 2021 

Gov. Beshear signed a new executive order officially rescinding Kentucky's mask mandate in most settings and capacity restrictions.


‘No one should be judged on their hair’: Louisville Metro Council working on CROWN Act ordinance to ban hair discrimination Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

Only 12 states have passed the CROWN Act, but Kentucky is not one of them. Louisville Metro Council is working on a new ordinance to lead by example.


‘It’s a feeling of community with hope’ | New Beecher Terrace opens, tenants return home emotional Wednesday, Jun 9 2021 

The former 80-year-old Beecher Terrace had a long reputation of violence and crime. It was demolished in 2018 and tenants had to temporarily move.


Businesses struggle to find seasonal employees, look to teens to fill gap Wednesday, Jun 9 2021 

Now that school is out for the summer, teens are entering the seasonal workforce. But this June, businesses are still looking for workers.


‘He had a true servant’s heart’: Family, friends remember Fern Creek fire Sgt. Kyle Adams during funeral Thursday, May 27 2021 

Sgt. Kyle Adams, 39, served as a firefighter in Fern Creek for more than 20 years. He was eight shifts away from retirement when he died.


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