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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

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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

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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

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Metro Council Seeks Wider Deployment of Solar Energy

August 29, 2015

Legislators set goal of 2 million watts from solar installations by the end of next year. Read Story

Rowan County Clerk Asks U.S. Supreme Court To Intervene in Marriage Case

August 28, 2015

On Friday, Davis' lawyers said they asked the Supreme Court to delay that decision until her appeal is finished, pleading for "asylum for her conscience." Read Story

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How The 2016 Candidates Are Getting Their Money, In 1 Infographic

August 28, 2015

Jeb Bush is getting all the millionaires, and Bernie Sanders is getting the small donors — those have been two prominent storylines in the 2016 money race for the presidency. Read Story

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Activists’ Attorney Won’t Rule Out Lawsuit Against State Police Following Arrests

August 28, 2015

Attorneys representing three protesters who were arrested Thursday during the Kentucky Farm Bureau County Ham Breakfast & Auction say they aren’t ruling out suing Kentucky State Police. Read Story

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Metro Police Transitioning From Tactical VIPER Unit

August 28, 2015

The special 30-member tactical-style unit, under which officers patrolled high-crime areas in plain clothes, was created nearly three years ago. Read Story

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U of L Unveils Football Stadium Expansion Plans

August 28, 2015

When completed, the new section will close the bowl at the north end of the facility. Read Story

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West Louisville Biodigester Would Be One Among Many Nationally

August 28, 2015

According to the American Biogas Council, there are about 2,000 digester tanks in the U.S. converting organic waste into natural gas. Read Story

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Unemployment Rate Drops In 115 Kentucky Counties

August 28, 2015

State officials say unemployment rates declined in 115 of Kentucky's 120 counties between July 2014 and last month. Read Story

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Council Approves Incentives For Affordable Housing

August 27, 2015

The council on Thursday voted 18-2 to approve an ordinance that seeks to entice developers to build more housing geared toward low-income residents. Read Story

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City To Invest in New Russell Housing Development

August 27, 2015

A $6 million public-private project will bring 29 market-rate, single-family houses to the neighborhood. Read Story

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Kentucky Ham Breakfast Features Heated Politics, Past and Present

August 27, 2015

A country ham was auctioned off for $400,000 and Kentucky politicians turned up the heat as campaigns near the 60-day mark before Election Day. Read Story