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Kentuckiana bar/restaurant owners hoping to break even on 'Blackout Wednesday'
Bars across Kentuckiana will be much quieter Wednesday night, a night many college students take part in before heading home for Thanksgiving.
Fischer said Kentucky State Police should release body cam of LMPD fatal shooting Wednesday
LMPD has typically released video of shootings, and the officers who fired their weapons, within 24 hours. But now Kentucky State Police are investigating Louisville police shootings.
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.
'Greatest cleanup in West End history': Louisville organizer spearheads holiday restoration
Louisville Mopar Muscle Car Club president LaFon "Fonz" Brown will spearhead "The Greatest Cleanup in West End History" this Thanksgiving weekend.
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 ...
Meet Frankfort's mayor-elect: Q&A with Layne Wilkerson (Part 2)
After the dust settled on the Nov. 3 general election, in which Layne Wilkerson bested Tommy Haynes by one percentage point to become Frankfort's mayor, The State Journal's ...
HousingIQ Survey: Homebuyers from the West and Northeast find Kentucky an attractive destination
Nearly 2 out of 5 REALTORS® say there is greater interest from out-of-state buyers, according to an analysis of the ...
Southeastern housing markets have homes “singing out the door”
Vacation areas and luxury housing markets aren't the only ones benefitting from a wave of pandemic buyers: southeastern locales are also filling up.
'Justice Now': JCPS learning hubs empower students to solve systemic issues in Louisville
Learning Hubs will aim to give JCPS students the chance to research and find solutions to pressing, systemic issues in Louisville.
Study of COVID treatment Quellor has first patient at Louisville hospital
Right now, thousands are hospitalized with the virus nationwide, which is why UofL Health - Jewish Hospital is thrilled to have the first patient in a national COVID-19 treatment study. The first sick ...
COVID Watch: A return to health for many who have been infected is a long journey
After COVID-19, the battle doesn't end. Up to 2% of those who clear an infection keep suffering from related symptoms.
Community leaders push voters to the polls, thousands taking part in first week of early voting
If we want to see change, we have to be the change. If we want to see change, we have to show up and make sure our voice is heard,” said Pastor Timothy Findley, Jr.