A blank slate: How expunging past convictions help give new life to Kentuckians Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The legal process is clearing convictions, giving those who are looking for a clean slate an opportunity to change their lives.


Mayor Fischer outlines proposal for first round of American Rescue Plan money Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

“These are initiatives that tackle immediate challenges, providing funds for agencies that can very quickly deploy the money and have an immediate impact,” he said.


Bodycam video shows moment MSD driver learned he killed LMPD detective Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The case is due for a hearing Friday on several new motions made by the defense.

Kentucky man David ‘Bucky’ Brooks, once wrongly accused of murder, has died Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

David "Bucky" Brooks died from cardiac issues Wednesday morning in his home on Beechwood Avenue, according to the Bullitt County Coroner's Office.


Get outdoors! Fees waived for a day at Daniel Boone recreation sites Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The U.S. Forest Service says the day off from fees for visitors is to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day.


‘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.


St. Joe’s Picnic to return as smaller, ticketed event Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

In lieu of the typically crowded picnic, the organization will be hosting a two-night ticketed event on Aug. 13 and Aug. 14 that includes live music,

Spirit Airlines launches nonstop service from Louisville to Pensacola Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

According to Spirit, the seasonal flights from Pensacola to Louisville will be available Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.


After 8 years apart, refugee family reunited at Louisville airport Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

A reunion eight years in the making — for a brother and sister who never let go.

KYTC installing pollinator plots along Kentucky interstates in effort to help environment Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

Pollinators are important because they pollinate many foods people eat, such as fruits and veggies.

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