Mitch McConnell speaking Monday in Louisville.

Mitch McConnell Applauds EPA Ruling During Stop In Louisville

June 29, 2015

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is applauding a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the Obama Administration overstepped when it set limits for toxic air pollutants through an EPA rule. Read Story

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ACLU of Kentucky Willing to Sue the County Clerks Refusing To Issue Marriage Licenses

June 29, 2015

“Any county clerk’s decision to refuse to issue them a marriage license where they’re otherwise qualified to receive such a license, we’ll be happy to represent those individuals and sue the county clerk in that office." Read Story

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In Appalachia, Fatalistic Beliefs About Cancer Stall Preventive Steps, Study Says

June 29, 2015

A fatalistic attitude toward cervical cancer may discourage Appalachian women from taking steps to prevent the disease, according to a recent study from University of Kentucky researchers. Read Story

Minimum wage increase supporters at a recent Metro Council meeting.

Court Upholds Louisville’s Minimum Wage Hike

June 29, 2015

Louisville Metro Council passed an ordinance in December that gradually raises the city's minimum wage in the city to $9 an hour by July 2017. Read Story

People gathered near the White House on Friday evening to see it lit in rainbow colors as a commemoration of the Supreme Court's ruling to legalize same-sex marriage.

For Same-Sex Marriage Opponents, The Fight Is Far From Over

June 29, 2015

In fact, many of them did not wait long before raising the idea of passing a constitutional amendment to ban it. Read Story

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Strange Fruit: Sights and Sounds from Marriage Equality Decision Day

June 27, 2015

Friday was a historic day for the U.S., and we spent it experiencing and documenting some of the sights and sounds of all the Decision Day activities here in Louisville! Read Story

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Louisville Poetry Class Uses Writing for Addiction Recovery

June 27, 2015

Poetry can be a way to express important thoughts and emotions that can't otherwise be shared. One group of women in Louisville is learning how to use writing to help change their course in life. Read Story

Former Kentucky Lawmaker Convicted of Bribing Mine Inspector

June 26, 2015

A federal jury in eastern Kentucky has convicted a former state lawmaker of bribing a state mine inspector. Read Story

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Listen To Louisville’s First Legal Same-Sex Wedding

June 26, 2015

Twelve years after first meeting and almost four years after being engaged, Tadd Roberts and Benjamin Moore on Friday became the first same-sex couple to be legally married in Louisville. Read Story

Louisville Free Public Library Gets a New Director

June 26, 2015

James Blanton is the new director of the Louisville Free Public Library, Mayor Greg Fischer announced Friday. He takes over for retiring director Craig Buthod, who announced his resignation in November after 17 years on the job. Read Story