‘They’ve broken my trust’: Protest planned as TARC3 problems persist Friday, Jul 9 2021 

TARC says it's working on a campaign to hire more drivers to fill the gap, but Louisville's Metro Disabilities Coalition is not sold on TARC's plan.


Neighbor, advocates speak out after Valley Station attempted kidnapping Friday, Jul 9 2021 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Shively resident David Anderson said he was stunned when his next-door neighbor Robby Wildt was arrested and charged with kidnapping a minor.

Beloved Louisville photographer Bud Dorsey dies Friday, Jul 9 2021 

Dorsey documented the city's history for 20 years as the Louisville Defender's only full-time photojournalist.


‘A humanitarian with a camera’ | Community remembers Louisville photojournalist Bud Dorsey Friday, Jul 9 2021 

Dorsey, who used his gift to champion the city's west end for more than 50 years, died Thursday at the age of 80.

Northern Kentucky lacrosse coaches hopeful that KHSAA will sanction the sport Friday, Jul 9 2021 

Several Northern Kentucky schools have been playing lacrosse as a club sport.


Louisville homeless advocates begin making the case for stimulus-funded solutions Friday, Jul 9 2021 

Their eyes are on the roughly $340 million Louisville scored in the American Rescue Plan.

Supporting Heroes Gala to honor record number of fallen first responders Friday, Jul 9 2021 

The organization helps the family for months, or even years, if needed.

‘If I ride it, I hope it erases the memories’: Historic Fontaine Ferry Carousel could return to Louisville Friday, Jul 9 2021 

Fontaine Ferry did not allow Black people inside its park until 1964. Ed White, a little boy at the time, was forced to watch the fun through a fence.


Local nonprofit gives televisions to nursing home residents Friday, Jul 9 2021 

Opal's Dream Foundation delivered 13 televisions to the Rolling Hills Healthcare Center for residents who had no in-room entertainment during the pandemic.

Federal appeals court rules Kentucky inmates can be denied life-saving medication Friday, Jul 9 2021 

The Kentucky Department of Corrections estimates that out of its 12,000 inmates, around 1,200 currently have HCV.

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