Pop-up held for Black-owned businesses in Louisville Monday, Jul 19 2021 

"We want strong vibrant businesses in this community. We want vibrant Black-owned businesses in this community," Lyndon Pryor, Urban League engagement officer said.


Residents speak out against non-existent plan for a homeless shelter in Hillview Monday, Jul 19 2021 

The mayor and city council members repeatedly said there is no plan for a homeless shelter in Hillview. Still, residents expressed their concerns.


He’s 2 years old. She’s about to turn 100. They’ve formed a friendship across a backyard fence you have to see Monday, Jul 19 2021 

Benjamin Olson and Mary O'Neill formed a friendship that helped them both through the pandemic.


Families impacted by childhood cancer reunite for first time in 15 months at Gilda’s Club Monday, Jul 19 2021 

Seeing other families after more than a year was bittersweet.

Louisville basketball plays softball for charity Monday, Jul 19 2021 

U of L basketball's Team West defeated Team Williams 11-8 as they played softball for charity at Patterson Stadium


Community weighs in on Louisville’s American Rescue Plan funding Monday, Jul 19 2021 

Responses from community members ranged from childcare, to libraries, to community health. One of the top concerns was affordable housing.


Education officials partnering with colleges to address teacher shortage in Indiana Monday, Jul 19 2021 

Education officials say part of the problem is a lack of college graduates entering the field.

Metro Budget Committee holds public hearing for American Rescue Plan funding Monday, Jul 19 2021 

On Monday, the Louisville Metro Council Budget Committee listened to community members on how to spend the federal funds during a public hearing held at the Southwest Regional Library on Dixie Highway.

Completion of North Dixie Highway project in Elizabethtown delayed Monday, Jul 19 2021 

The ongoing construction underway now is the first of three phases on a 3-mile stretch of Dixie Highway through Elizabethtown's main travel corridor from South Wilson Road to St. John Road.

‘He’s a stupid person’: Trump reportedly bashes McConnell in interview for new book Monday, Jul 19 2021 

Former President Donald Trump is quoted in the new book "I Alone Can Fix It" as calling Sen. Mitch McConnell "a stupid person," among other things.


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