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The House voted 82-8 in favor of a bill that would provide districts with waivers for up to 10 snow days.
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Roughly 90,000 Jefferson County residents will be voting in new precincts for the 2014 elections, thanks to legislative redistricting, new Census figures and a jump in voter registration.
As warmer weather approaches, a newly formed committee is still figuring out how to manage Blackacre Conservancy's community garden, which was operated by an outside organization for the past seven years.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Crews are working to put a 10 acre field fire out on Broad Run Road.
Police have confirmed that the driver of a passenger vehicle died after slamming into the back of a school bus this morning.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's department is now saying the two deputies involved in a fatal shooting followed all policies and procedures.
Labor-union workers wearing ugly green t-shirts verbally accosted me at the end of last week's news conference in the Capitol Annex promoting a right-to-work policy for Kentucky - something employees in 24 other states enjoy.
The Jefferson County Coroner's Office is seeking information on the next of kin for 56-year-old Louisville man Ronald Banks.
The Senate Education Committee is retooling a bill to let school districts apply for a waiver if they have missed more than 10 school days because of winter weather.
The Federal Railroad Administration has issued a report on the cause of a train derailment in southwest Jefferson County.
An online crowd-sourcing platform that focuses on local development, Popularise, is collecting ideas for what to do with the 6,000 seat arena.
The two candidates for Kenton County judge-executive agree that more treatment beds are urgently needed to address Northern Kentucky's heroin epidemic but disagree on the approach.
Two veterans of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department are facing questions after investigators say they shot and killed a man who led them on a car chase to avoid arrest.
Jefferson County Public Schools has selected four finalists in a competition to build a new school and change the way children learn in Louisville.
Representative John Will Stacy presented House Bill 410 before the House Committee on Education earlier today.