This Friday at 1 p.m. on WFPL, we’ll have some answers to what you asked about the JCPS audit.
Ryan Fenwick is an attorney in Louisville, who grew up in Western Kentucky. He’s a Democrat running for mayor.
Greg Fischer, a Democrat, is running for a third term as Louisville’s mayor.
From your responses, we chose a list of 15 questions that covered a variety of topics — ranging from the future of mass transit in Louisville to gun violence — and posed them to the candidates.
Bob DeVore is a former UPS employee, Navy veteran and McCreary County school board member. He’s a Republican running for Louisville Mayor.
Angela Leet is a Republican running for mayor. She’s a current Metro Councilwoman, representing the seventh district, and an environmental engineer.
Dave Biggers is running for the Democratic nomination. He’s a lifelong Louisville resident, and says he’s “not a career politician.”
It shouldn’t… but it still might.
When Kentucky’s interim education commissioner released an audit recommending the state take over JCPS, that got some of our listeners wondering: has this happened before?
Al Día en América en colaboración con Curious Louisville quiere saber: Si usted fuera el moderador de un debate con todos los candidatos, ¿qué les preguntaría?
If you were moderating a debate with all the candidates, what would you ask them?
The district has until May 30 to appeal the state’s recommendation it take over — but in the meantime, WFPL wants to know what questions you have about the audit.
You had lots of questions about the Derby. We answered them, as part of our Curious Louisville series!
And has a claimed horse ever won the famous garland of roses?
He loves musical theater, and makes jewelry between races. Here are the answers to all your questions about Churchill Downs bugler Steve Buttleman.