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A Louisville marketing agency has a new initiative to get people out of their comfort zones and it involves a tool called the "Do Something... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump hosted a Make America Great Again rally Saturday on Eastern Kentucky University's campus. [Read More]
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A disagreement over billboards in Utica, Indiana, could cost the town nearly half of its annual budget. [Read More]
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As Bird scooters gain in popularity, there is concern over whether the company is avoiding putting scooters in west Louisville. [Read More]
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The suspects are accused of stealing more than $10,000 in merchandise from Walgreens stores across Kentucky and Southern Indiana. [Read More]
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A shooting during an attempted carjacking on Oak Street in Old Louisville Wednesday night resulted in the arrests of two men. [Read More]
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The project is called "one park" and includes three large towers with apartments or condos and a hotel. [Read More]
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Metro government extends its trial period agreement with Bird Scooters. [Read More]
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Residents said it's the third time the building has flooded in eight weeks. [Read More]
More than 1,300 retailers were included in the three-month crackdown, including eight stores in Louisville. [Read More]
Tuesday marks the 17th anniversary since the deadly terror attacks. [Read More]
The hearse transporting John Asher for Tuesday's public visitation at the track will carry him for a final lap around the historic oval. Bugler Steve... [Read More]
The eighth annual BBQ Under the Bridge event provided a free lunch and clothes to the homeless. [Read More]
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A Clarksville woman who hit and killed a 74-year-old man with her car as he was raking leaves, will not serve any time in jail. [Read More]
A Louisville man was caught by police in Shepherdsville moments after they say he broke into a woman's home while she was inside. [Read More]
The library has started a nearly $2 million renovation to expand the building, add meeting space and a computer lab. [Read More]
A dispute between neighbors involving a camper and human waste has boiled over in Louisville's west end. Now the city's Codes and Regulations Department has... [Read More]
A Kentucky State Fair ride employee was hospitalized after being injured while inspecting the Fireball ride. The ride returned in 2018 after a one-year ban... [Read More]
A metro housing authority tenant is speaking out after she was rescued from an elevator when it went into a firewall and was stuck for... [Read More]
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