- By Joe Sonka | Posted on December 11, 2018
The administration of Mayor Greg Fischer has finally released the names of 16 local business leaders who received free Churchill Downs tickets on Kentucky Derby weekend since 2016. The individuals were dubbed “cheerleaders” for the city as the mayor’s economic development team attempted to...
- By Mark R. Long | Posted on December 11, 2018
Louisville’s bus operator wants to hear your complaints and requests. TARC Interim Executive Director Ferdinand Risco said the first step in a lengthy, just-over-$500,000 analysis-and-planning process will be a town-hall type event this coming Thursday. Risco, who took the interim role this month following...
- By WLKY | Posted on December 11, 2018
Video of Louisville Metro police officers arresting Jarrus Ransom on Sunday has been shared all over social media. The police chief has called for an investigation into what happened, but some people want the chief to release the body camera video of the arrest....
- By Mark R. Long | Posted on December 10, 2018
A new set of online maps produced by the Center for Neighborhoods gives a fresh look at the assets enjoyed and inequities endured by residents across Metro Louisville.
- By Joe Sonka | Posted on December 7, 2018
The city must present a plan to the council in early January on how it will spend the $546,791 on temporary services for the homeless this winter.
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on December 7, 2018
Members of the Louisville Metro Planning Commission said they needed more time to digest the overwhelming amount of public comment on short-term rentals.
- By Guest Author | Posted on December 6, 2018
It is vital we address the challenges facing people who are homeless. This is not an easy task; there is no quick fix. Homelessness is a complex issue.
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on December 5, 2018
Metro Council's Planning, Zoning & Annexation Committee unanimously voted to send a proposed moratorium on certain short-term rentals to the Metro Council.
- By Guest Author | Posted on December 4, 2018
A radical and punishing rule change proposed by President Donald Trump’s administration would harm immigrant families in Kentucky and across the country.
- By Darla Carter | Posted on December 3, 2018
Some advocates for organ donation worry that extending the driver's license cycle to eight years in Kentucky will diminish the number of people signing up for organ donation.