Fischer Proposes More Spending In Public Safety, Housing In New Louisville Budget

May 28, 2015

Fischer's budget proposal totals $873 million, with $560 million from the city’s general revenue fund. The rest will be paid for by federal and state funds, grants and donations. Read Story

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Bevin Still Leads Comer Following Republican Gubernatorial Primary Recanvassing

May 28, 2015

Bevin's closest challenger, Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, was on vacation in Florida on Thursday; a spokesman said he'd announce his plans sometime Friday afternoon. Read Story

Luallen Hopes More Kentucky Women Run for Elected Office

May 28, 2015

The highest-ranking woman in Kentucky government says she's hopeful more women will become political candidates. Read Story


Where Are Louisville’s Most Dangerous Railroad Crossings For Bikes? Survey Seeks Answers.

May 28, 2015

Louisville cycling advocates are working to identify railroad crossings in the city that are dangerous to cross on a bicycle. Read Story


Kentucky Officials Begin Recanvassing Election Results

May 28, 2015

Election officials across Kentucky’s started rechecking vote totals Thursday morning in a recanvass of last week’s close Republican primary for governor. Read Story


How a Louisville Ad Agency Helped Create Kynect

May 28, 2015

The advertising agency that marketed Kynect, Louisville-based Doe-Anderson, has won an Effie Award for having the most effective marketing campaign in North America. Read Story

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Louisville Flood Work Group Considers Buyout For Homeowners

May 27, 2015

A work group tasked with coming up with solutions for Louisville homeowners affected by spring flooding is considering a "quick-buy" program that would provide money to qualifying residents to help them raze their homes and relocate. Read Story

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Louisville Police, Council Members to Introduce Body Cameras

May 27, 2015

City officials are encouraging residents to attend a public meeting on Tuesday during which Louisville Metro Police will introduce the body cameras that will soon be worn by some officers. Read Story


Kentucky Sports Radio’s Matt Jones To Host Fancy Farm Political Speaking

May 27, 2015

Jones will introduce the candidates and make remarks as the emcee of the 135th annual St. Jerome Catholic Church picnic that has become the premiere political event in the state. Read Story


Bevin, McConnell Joint Appearances Will Have to Wait

May 27, 2015

Kentucky Republicans waiting to see U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell put his arm around his political nemesis Matt Bevin will have to wait a little longer. Read Story

Louisville’s July Fourth Festival Returning After Year-Long Hiatus

May 26, 2015

The announcement of the return of a free Fourth of July celebration comes just a day after Abbey Road on the River's organizer said the festival would leave Louisville after 2016. Read Story

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Louisville Cardinals Get Home Advantage For Baseball Tournament Opener

May 26, 2015

The Louisville Cardinals baseball team open play at home Friday against Morehead State in the NCAA Tournament. Read Story

Kentucky Should Do More to Put Foster Kids With Family, Report Says

May 26, 2015

Nearly 1,300 of the more than 7,000 kids in the foster care system are without the care and comfort of a family, according to the Kids Count report released earlier this month. Read Story