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Louisville Police Monitoring Planned Gun Rights Rally Outside Islamic Center

October 7, 2015

Organizers of the "Global Rally for Humanity" said in a recent Facebook post that the event would be "anti-mosque" and celebrate open-carry gun rights. Read Story


PharMerica Pays $9.25 Million to Settle Health Care Fraud Suit

October 7, 2015

PharMerica Corp., the Jeffersontown-based supplier of drugs to nursing homes, has agreed to pay $9.25 million to settle civil claims that it took kickbacks to boost sales of an anti-seizure drug. Read Story


New LRC Director Says He’s Ready To Make Changes

October 7, 2015

The new director of the Legislative Research Commission says the state agency needs to get its “swagger back” after a years-long sexual harassment scandal and reports of low morale. Read Story

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Fairness Leader Arrested At State Fair Heads To Court Thursday

October 7, 2015

The Fairness Campaign’s Chris Hartman, as well as Carla Wallace and Sonja de Vries, face misdemeanor charges for protesting at a state fair breakfast event. Read Story

Protesters outside the Rowan County Courthouse.

Clinton Says Jail Was ‘Right Thing’ For Kentucky Clerk

October 7, 2015

Democratic presidential frontrunner said Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis was "treated as she should have been treated." Read Story


New Federal Funding Seeks To Combat Substance Abuse, Disease in Louisville

October 7, 2015

A $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will go toward collaborative community-based project. Read Story


How A Housing Program Is Helping One Louisville Woman Find Stability

October 7, 2015

April Daugherty went from homelessness to small-business owner. The key was a stable place to live. Read Story

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Meet the Man Who Took Grant County Jail From Bad To Worse

October 7, 2015

Claims of sexual assault, harassment, molestation and more. Alleged lies, cover-ups. Meet the elected jailer who pulled in $88,000-a-year under the gaze of local, state and federal officials. Read Story


‘The BFG’ Brings Roald Dahl’s Giants To Life in Louisville

October 7, 2015

Stage One Family Theatre and the Squallis Puppeteers collaborated on the production. Read Story


Major-Party Candidates For Governor Solidify Positions in Debate

October 6, 2015

Bevin and Conway reminded voters of their positions on key issues such as state pensions, right-to-work legislation and casino gambling. Read Story

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Kentucky Board of Education Approves Contract for New Commissioner 

October 6, 2015

The board voted Tuesday to approve a four-year contract for Stephen Pruitt with an annual salary of $240,000. Read Story

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Conference to Explore Ohio Valley’s Environmental History

October 6, 2015

An academic conference on the environmental history of the Ohio River Valley kicks off in Louisville later this week. It’s sponsored by the Filson Historical Society and the University of Louisville, and over two days, 20 scholars will present papers … Read Story


Yarmuth Weighs In On Kentucky’s Upcoming Republican Presidential Caucus

October 6, 2015

U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Louisville, is predicting low voter turnout for March’s Republican presidential caucus next year. Read Story