Louisville Tourism optimistic about Kentucky Derby festivities Friday, Apr 23 2021 

"We are very optimistic with the Derby numbers we are seeing. This is a good sign," said Natalie Chaoudin with Muhammad Ali International Airport.


Students attend a vigil for former Kentucky basketball player Terrence Clarke Friday, Apr 23 2021 

Students attend a vigil for former Kentucky basketball player Terrence Clarke outside UK's Wildcat Lodge, home of the men's basketball team, on Friday


President Biden approves major disaster declaration for Kentucky flooding Friday, Apr 23 2021 

The president ordered federal assistance to help Kentuckians recover, according to a release from Gov. Beshear's office.


‘A remedy for Louisville’ | Artist hopes new, vibrant mural in NuLu helps city heal Friday, Apr 23 2021 

Kacy Jackson hopes his work can help his hometown heal.

Organization that helps Kentucky cancer patients says regulatory change is hurting its charity work Friday, Apr 23 2021 

The organization, Shirley's Way, turns gambling into charity.

Former LMPD officer Brett Hankison’s trial delayed until 2022 Friday, Apr 23 2021 

During a hearing on April 23, a Jefferson County Circuit Court judge moved Hankison's jury trial to February 1, 2022.


Catholic Charities working to accept more refugees as they await Biden to raise refugee cap Friday, Apr 23 2021 

It's a global crisis that's causing a delay impacting hundreds of families in Louisville.

Lynn Family Stadium to host pop-up vaccination site during Racing Louisville FC game Monday Friday, Apr 23 2021 

The team is joining Gov. Andy Beshear's vaccination challenge for the state of Kentucky, aimed at getting 2.5 million vaccines administered in order to start lifting restrictions put in place amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Kentucky removes more voters than it added for 4th consecutive month Friday, Apr 23 2021 

It's all part of an effort by Secretary of State Michael Adams to cleanup voter rolls.

‘We’ve never had a case like this in the history of the world’: Meet Dr. Bill Smock, America’s only police surgeon Friday, Apr 23 2021 

People in his line of work respected his reputation well before he made headlines as an expert witness in the Derek Chauvin murder trial.


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