High Ozone Levels Expected Tuesday, Wednesday in Louisville

September 1, 2015

The Air Pollution Control District has issued an Air Quality Alert for Tuesday and Wednesday in Metro Louisville and Southern Indiana. Read Story


Judge Allows Lawsuit Over Water Pollution at LG&E’s Mill Creek Plant to Proceed

September 1, 2015

Last year, environmental groups filed a lawsuit against LG&E for ongoing water pollution at the company’s Mill Creek Power Plant in Louisville. Read Story

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JCPS Is Addressing Student Homelessness Despite Dwindling Funds

September 1, 2015

In Louisville, more than 12,000 students were reported to be homeless during the 2012-13 school year, according to Jefferson County Public School district data. Read Story


Sick & Tired: Obstacle to Better Health for Racial Minorities Fades in Kentucky

September 1, 2015

Louisvillian William Devoe Sr. hasn’t had health insurance in 15 years. He couldn't afford it. For racial minorities in Kentucky, access has been a major obstacle to getting health care. But that's changing. Read Story


U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against Clerk in Same-Sex Marriage Case

August 31, 2015

The Supreme Court on Monday denied Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis' request for a stay while she pursues an appeal. Read Story


Beshear, Rogers Celebrate Start Of Statewide Broadband Network Construction

August 31, 2015

The project will be constructed over the next three years and is estimated to cost $324 million. Read Story

A candle burns in front of a memorial for two slain journalists, Alison Parker and Adam Ward.

Is Gun Violence Due To Dangerous People Or Dangerous Guns?

August 31, 2015

Psychology professor Tania Lombrozo writes: "If it isn't just a matter of dangerous people or dangerous guns, but of dangerous structural problems at the level of society, that makes all of us responsible." Read Story


Confused? Here Is Where The Rowan County Case Stands

August 31, 2015

One part of the case of Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis is nearing its end, but another is likely to remain in court for months. Read Story


Sick & Tired: For Many Minorities, Chronic Diseases Go Undiagnosed and Untreated

August 31, 2015

In Kentucky, the health status of racial minorities still lags behind white Americans' 30 years after the federal government's first comprehensive report on the issue. Read Story


Here Are The Bike Lanes Proposed For Sixth Street

August 30, 2015

Metro government is seeking comment this week on the new project. Read Story

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MSD Expects Quick Home Buyout Program To Come In Under Budget

August 30, 2015

In about a month, Metropolitan Sewer District officials will wrap up a short-term program aimed at buying out homeowners whose houses flood frequently. Read Story


Strange Fruit: A Firsthand Account of the Fairness Arrests; Fashion Designer Frances Lewis

August 29, 2015

Dr. Kaila Story and Jaison Gardner host this weekly podcast of musings on politics, pop culture and black gay life. Read Story