A Homeless Man Died Last Night In Louisville’s Frigid Weather

February 20, 2015

Kenneth Winfield had been a frequent visitor of the St. John Center for Homeless Men during the past four years. Read Story

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What It Sounds Like In a Louisville Homeless Shelter On a Frigid Night

February 20, 2015

When the temperature dips below 35 degrees, some Louisville homeless shelters open their doors to anyone who needs a bed, regardless of space. As part of our on-going coverage of issues facing Louisville's homeless, we gave a recorder to a worker in a Louisville homeless shelter while temperatures were subzero. Read Story

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For Louisville’s Homeless, a Cold and Snowy Night Means Scrambling For Food and a Bed

February 18, 2015

It was about noon on Wednesday and Kenneth Williams hadn't eaten breakfast. In fact, he hasn't eaten since Tuesday afternoon--a peanut butter sandwich. Read Story

Homeless Count Can Help Bring Funds To Louisville, Officials Say

January 28, 2015

More people than ever will help with an annual count of homeless in Louisville this week. Read Story

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How Louisville Groups and Agencies Plan to End Homelessness Among Veterans

January 13, 2015

A coalition of non-profits and government agencies have raised $9.6 million for an initiative to provide housing for Louisville's estimated 360 homeless veterans, officials announced Tuesday. Read Story

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St. Vincent de Paul Prepares For Holiday Services for Homeless

December 22, 2014

Hundreds of people will be served by volunteers and staff at the St. Vincent de Paul Open Hand Kitchen located in downtown Louisville this week, said Ed Wnorowski, executive director of St. Vincent de Paul in Louisville. Read Story