Summarized housing history of Louisville’s Jefferson County as told in Making Louisville Home for Us All:20 Year Action Plan for Fair Housing
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Bob Nardelli: Economic uncertainty follows on heels of SCOTUS battle, coronavirus recovery
So let's get the read on all of these fast-moving developments from former Home Depot and Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli. Bob, you know the markets are starting to -- I think, to react to all of the ...
Changes In Fair Housing Law Could Help More Louisville Residents Choose Where They Live
Metro Council's expansion of Louisville's fair housing law adds more protection for renters on Section 8 support, among other changes.
Kentucky hosts Latin Music Awards
Latinos in Kentucky may have sounded far-fetched at one point in time, but not anymore. The population of Latinos is growing in the state, and people are realizing their presence in the form of ...
Louisville women's basketball game against UConn up in air after Huskies suspend activities
On Monday afternoon, UConn announced that a positive test from a member of the program forced the suspension of team activities.
LMPD Officer Admits Part Of Breonna Taylor Warrant Was 'Incorrect'
Louisville police detective Joshua Jaynes, who obtained the search warrant for Breonna Taylor’s apartment, admitted some language is “incorrect” in the ...
Latin Music Awards Kentucky Features Only Commonwealth Artists
The Latino population in Kentucky is growing and the second annual Latin Music Awards Kentucky reflects that change in the Commonwealth’s cultural landscape. The Sunday, November 22 virtual event ...
Cardinal Crush: Syracuse football loses to Louisville 30-0 (Brent Axe recap)
Brent Axe recaps an embarrassing 30-0 loss by the Syracuse University football team to the Louisville Cardinals.
Today's mortgage and refinance rates in Kentucky
Lock in a low interest rate on your home in Kentucky, and receive down payment assistance from the state or Louisville government.
3 reasons there will be a wave of nursing home closures
Congress and the Trump administration have given the nation’s 1.2 million nursing homes roughly $7.5 billion ... which operates two nursing homes in Louisville, Ky. “The federal and state governments ...
How can Louisville reduce systemic racism? The Courier Journal wants to hear from you
For an upcoming series, The Courier Journal has launched an online form where residents can discuss their ideas for addressing racial disparities.
Kentucky Democratic Party taps 1st African American chairman
The Kentucky Democratic Party will have an African American chairman for the first time in its history. A party news release says Colmon Elridge was elected chairman of the party on Saturday after Gov ...
Ford parting with Corktown land as part of Detroit's new 750-unit, $180 million housing vision
Ford Motor Co. is being wrangled into the city of Detroit's application for a $30 million federal grant for at least 750 new mixed-income housing units in and around the Corktown neighborhood. The ...