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New Criminal Charge Filed Against Man at Center of Kentucky Banishment Case

July 28, 2015

The case of Adam Horine, the mentally ill Kentucky man removed from jail and put on a bus to Florida by Carrollton police earlier this year, continues to grow in complexity. He now faces a criminal charge of groping a woman in a northern Kentucky hospital. Read Story

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‘Big’ Affordable Housing Ordinances Stall, For Now, in Metro Council Committee

July 27, 2015

An ordinance that affordable housing advocates consider a big step forward in Louisville's quest to boost living options for low-income residents is being held up in a Metro Council ad hoc committee. Read Story

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Prescription Drug Abuse in Kentucky Declined After 2012 Law, Report Says

July 27, 2015

The so-called “pill-mill bill” required pain management facilities to be owned by a licensed physician, and pharmacists to register with a prescription monitoring system called KASPER. Read Story

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So. Indiana Clerk Employee Alleges That Firing Over Gay Marriage License Refusal Violated Rights

July 27, 2015

Harrison County, Indiana, officials are being sued in federal court by a former employee of the county clerk’s office who claims she was fired after refusing to process a same-sex marriage license. Read Story

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Public Comments on Jefferson Davis Statue In Kentucky Capitol Close This Week

July 27, 2015

Officials with the commission say they aren’t sure when a final decision on the statue will be made, but indicated they would try to have one by the time Beshear leaves office at the end of this year. Read Story

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What Would 2-Way Downtown Louisville Streets Mean For Walkers, Cyclists and Bus Riders?

July 26, 2015

The idea of converting downtown Louisville's one-way streets to two-ways has support from business proponents, but motor vehicles aren't the only way to get around the city. Read Story

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Strange Fruit: News Round-Up with Marriage Equality Attorney Joe Dunman

July 25, 2015

Remember that whole Supreme Court marriage equality thing a couple weeks ago? It was kind of a big deal? Well one of the attorneys, Joe Dunman, joins us this week for a news round-up, and to give us the latest information on two Kentucky county clerks who have refused to issue marriage licenses. Read Story

Louisville Beard and Mustache Fans to Face Off (Pun Intended)

July 25, 2015

The Tim Faulkner Gallery on Saturday evening will host Whiskermania, a charity beard and mustache competition. Read Story

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Residents Ask For Moratorium on Fracking in Kentucky

July 24, 2015

Residents expressed concerns this week that the potential expansion of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in Kentucky would pollute the water and air and bring earthquakes to the region. Read Story

Air Quality Alert Issued for Saturday in Louisville

July 24, 2015

Regulators have issued an Air Quality Alert on Saturday in Metro Louisville and Southern Indiana. Read Story

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Louisville Has No Public Statues of Women. That Changes This Weekend.

July 24, 2015

Louisville has numerous public statues honoring historical figures—presidents, civic leaders, explorers and athletes are all immortalized in various ways. By the measure of what they did to be commemorated, it's a diverse group. But they have one thing in common—they’re all men. Read Story

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Filmed on Kentucky Farms, ‘Runoff’ Opens in Louisville

July 24, 2015

“Runoff” was written and directed by Louisville native Kimberly Levin. It tells the story of a farm couple facing both ecological and economic pressures. Read Story

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The History of Movie Theaters and Air Conditioning That Keeps Film Lovers Cool

July 24, 2015

On hot summer days, Louisvillians take refuge in air-conditioned homes and businesses. That wasn't always an option. Read Story