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With Kentucky Derby Festival events on the horizon, Louisville health officials are urging food service establishments to be especially vigilant about preventing the spread of hepatitis A as more incidents at Louisville businesses crop up.
U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman announced that a federal grand jury returned indictments on 23 individuals for felony firearms violations this week, continuing a joint partnership of local and federal officials to incarcerate the most violent repeat offenders in Louisville.
In a divided 5-to-4 vote, the commission approved the landmark status for three of the five buildings — the 1963-built synagogue, the 1959-built Mikvah (or ritual bath) and the 1957-built education center.
Trayvon Curry and Thaddius Thomas Jr., both 16, are being tried as adults in the robbery and shooting death of Jason Spencer on Nov. 3. They appeared in a packed courtroom Friday for a pretrial hearing, which continued the case until June 1. A third juvenile defendant is likely to be tried as an adult.
The ACLU is analyzing hundreds of pages of data it has obtained from JCPS in a public records request related to the soon-to-be-launched males of color academy to assess next steps, which could include a legal challenge based on gender discrimination.