Drive-thru party held for Eastern High School teen battling cancer Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

He asked everyone to drop off toys for kids in need this Christmas.

Public weighs in on Preston Corridor Plan Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

Planners said the process of gathering information and creating an initial plan will take about a year.


Ky. Chamber of Commerce says new center will tackle racial disparities Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

The Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will focus on economic empowerment, criminal justice and educational equity.

Ford to start STEM training programs for K-12, college students in preparation for battery plant opening in 2025 Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

The new infrastructure package signed into law is part of what's allowing Ford to expand its electric vehicle production.


Ky. Chamber of Commerce looking to lawmakers to help fix the state’s workforce crisis Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

The Kentucky Chamber Foundation said the worker shortage has been 20 years in the making, and it's a complicated problem with many parts.

Churchill Downs chosen to build casino in Terre Haute Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

Churchill Downs was one of four gaming companies jockeying over the opportunity to expand their brand and develop the Queen of Terre Haute Casino Resort.

Preston Corridor changes discussed at community pop-up meeting Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - Some big changes could be coming to an 11-mile stretch of the Preston Corridor — impacting everything from traffic to businesses.

NWSL championship comes to Louisville this weekend Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

A free block party will also be happening in Butchertown on Friday, where fans can get autographs from players.

Child care providers, parents and lawmakers look for permanent fix to growing crisis Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

“We need to take our American rescue plan dollars and invest at least $20 million into our child care sector.”--Councilwoman Cassie Armstrong


Gun violence has gotten worse in Louisville since May 2012 killings Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

Over nine years since the May 2012 killings, the problem of gun violence has gotten worse in Louisville.


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