Parkland http://wfpl.org en What's Going on With Muhammad Ali's Boyhood Home in Louisville? http://wfpl.org/post/whats-going-muhammad-alis-boyhood-home-louisville <p>Two years ago, Las Vegas real estate investor Jared Weiss purchased the boyhood home of Louisville boxing legend Muhammad Ali for $70,000. Weiss, an avid fan of Ali, bought the home with plans to transform it into a museum.</p><p>But in the years since, the Parkland house has been beaten and battered. Today, the paint continues to chip away and the roof looks to be caving in. Neighbors are hoping some change will come soon.</p> Fri, 25 Jul 2014 16:30:00 +0000 Gail Faustyn 9845 at http://wfpl.org What's Going on With Muhammad Ali's Boyhood Home in Louisville? Louisville Leaders Outline How Far Anti-Violence Efforts Have Come, Where They're Headed http://wfpl.org/post/louisville-leaders-outline-how-far-anti-violence-efforts-have-come-where-theyre-headed <p>Louisville officials have outlined progress from its violence prevention work over the past year and have provided a number of long-term goals that include supporting ex-convicts and continuing to build partnerships around the city.</p><p>It was over a year ago that <a href="http://archives.wfpl.org/2012/05/17/fischer-condemns-shootings-will-meet-with-west-end-leaders/">city, business and community leaders convened in Metro Hall</a> following high-profile shootings in Louisville’s Parkland neighborhood. They were trying to answer the question of how to address the city’s violent crime.</p> Fri, 25 Oct 2013 17:40:00 +0000 Devin Katayama 7328 at http://wfpl.org Louisville Leaders Outline How Far Anti-Violence Efforts Have Come, Where They're Headed