How No. 3 Daviess County shattered top-ranked North Oldham’s state championship hopes Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

A second half goal lifts Daviess County past previously undefeated North Oldham.


No. 1 North Oldham falls short to No. 3 Daviess County in the state soccer tournament Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

North Oldham coach Josh Poole talks after his team falls 1-0 to Daviess County in the state tournament ending the Mustangs' season.


Hearing dates set for former LMPD detective in Breonna Taylor raid fighting to get job back Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

Thursday, the Louisville Police Merit Board set hearing dates for Myles Cosgrove.

GCCS shifting gears in attempt to get around bus driver shortage Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

With a shortage of bus drivers, every worker in the transportation department might have to chip in, using all available vehicles.

Urban League CEO explains why she resigned from West End development board Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

Sadiqa Reynolds and Christina Shadle say they feel the West End Opportunity Partnership board lacks transparency and isn't listening to community concerns.


Hardin County homeless shelter needs help from more churches to keep doors open Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

The shelter opens during the coldest months of the year, from December through February. Last year, the pandemic impacted people's willingness to volunteer and offer space.

Family renews calls for answers in shooting death of 16-year-old Louisville girl Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

Nylah Linear died on July 21, exactly three months ago, after she was shot in front of her aunt's house near Cecil Avenue and 42nd Street during a block party.

Gene Snyder ramp to close this weekend for widening project Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

One lane on I-71N will also be closed. The work will take place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., weather permitting.

Counseling Center Holds Second Annual Wellness Fair Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

By Anthony Riley–

After being delayed a year due to the COVID pandemic, The UofL Counseling Center held its second annual Wellness Fair in the Red Barn Wednesday with the theme of promoting mental and physical health and well-being. Students could learn about on-campus resource centers and their services, enter to win raffle prizes, pet and play with therapy dogs, get their caricature drawn, try their hand at live instruments, and enjoy free lunch.

Photos by Anthony Riley//The Louisville Cardinal

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New Louisville VA Hospital to begin blasting Dec. 1 Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

A letter sent out Thursday said that blasting at the Brownsboro Road location will start on Dec. 1 and is expected to continue for five to six months.

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