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Fred Minnick | Bourbon is booming in face of laws
Today marks the 80th anniversary of Prohibition repeal, and our country's alcohol system is still in chaos.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Mary Byron leaves huge legacy behind in VINE system
This week marks 20 years since a shocking crime rocked this community. It's a murder that forever changed the way crime victims are notified when an offender is released from jail.
Convicted Ky. rapist dies in prison
LA GRANGE, Ky. A man considered a serial killer in Kentucky who was convicted of two murders and connected to even more has died in prison.
Grasshoppers Distribution shutting down local food service
Grasshoppers Distribution , a service that delivers fresh food for local farmers to some 1,200 customers in the Louisville area, is shutting down due to a "lack of financial sustainability."
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Academy at Shawnee hosts 'Google Hangout' with Virgin Galactic
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Students in Jefferson County and other districts across the nation participated in a unique opportunity introducing the next wave of space exploration.
Four Louisville men face charges for string of robberies
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Four Louisville men have been indicted by a federal grand jury after the robbery and attempted robbery of businesses around the area.
Swimming lakes in Portland, zip lines across the river a what will Louisville look like in 2040?
On Tuesday morning, Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government officials time traveled, taking the city to how it will look, feel and operate in 2040.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Kentucky State Police
Thirteen Die On Kentucky Roadways Last Week
Preliminary statistics* indicate that 13 people died in 12 separate crashes on Kentucky's roadways from Monday, Nov. 25 through Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013.
Reward for information in Kroger employee's murder increased to $30,000
The mayor of another Jefferson County community has kicked in reward money for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who killed a Kroger employee as he left work in November.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Former Kentucky Representative Dexter Wright dies
Former State Rep. Dexter Wright, a long-time Republican activist and former member of the Kentucky House of Representatives, died Monday.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Norma Cahill Harvey, 73, Adair County, KY
Norma Cahill Harvey, 73, Adair County, KY She was a native of Jefferson County, KY and a resident of Adair County, KY, at the time of her death.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Elite Homes partnership pays $3.5 million for former Kitty's Plants and Produce site
Elite Homes president Joe Pusateri said the company plans to start building roads at the former Kitty's Plants and Produce site next week and aims to complete the first homes in June or July of next year.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Jury's two cents: Penny fines for gay couple guilty of trespassing
Dominique James insists that he and his partner, the Rev. Maurice 'Bojangles' Blanchard weren't grandstanding when they sat in the Jefferson County Clerk's office past closing, after being refused a marriage license.
Couple tried to obtain a marriage license in Jefferson County
A Jefferson County jury returned a verdict of guilty on charges of trespassing against the Rev.
Holsclaw files for fifth term as Jefferson County clerk
Jefferson County Clerk Barbara "Bobbie" Holsclaw, a Republican, has filed for election to a fifth four-year term.
Jefferson County prosecutor allows assistants to run against judges...
Jefferson County Attorney Mike O'Connell, who has tangled with district judges, is changing his office policy to allow his assistants to run for judicial seats without resigning first from office, saying he wants to create "a more level playing field."
Louisville Thanksgiving Day closings
Thanksgiving Day Closings: Nov. 28 in Kentucky * Government: Federal, closed Thursday.
Seven-story student apartment building planned near University of Louisville
A seven-story student housing building called The Standard at Louisville is planned on an old industrial site adjacent to the University of Louisville.
Educator Gayle Johnson named Oldham Countian of the Year
Gayle Johnson, assistant to the superintendent for Oldham County Schools, has always considered himself a "behind-the-scenes, nuts-and-bolts kind of person."