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  1. Tire recycling company commits to helping neighbors clean up after fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    Liberty Tire Recycling has established a hotline and call center for Valley Station resident affected by the recent fire at the company's Bohannon Avenue facility. Neighbors are invited to call 502-603-4968 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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  2. Man accused of dragging woman through mud while stealing purseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    According to an arrest warrant, Deangelo R. Houston, 27, and the victim were involved in an argument in Simpsonvile. The victim later agreed to take Houston to his home in Louisville. 2 comments

  3. Louisville ranked among America's top digital citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    Louisville was in the big-city group, where Los Angeles was ranked first. Kansas City and Seattle were tied for second place and Louisville, along with Jacksonville, Fla., were third.

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  4. Good morning! It's 24 degrees in Louisville, and Sunrise to Go is ready to readRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    Will the Monday morning commute be affected? 2. Polk Hearing - A former UofL football player facing drug charges is expected in court today. The Cards kicked freshman wide receiver Cameron Polk off the team after police cited him for drug trafficking at his Cardinal Towne Apartment.

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  5. Time has run out for Old Cardinal StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    For many in Louisville, their are memories of watching sports, concerts, even the first Thunder Over Louisville while sitting inside Old Cardinal Stadium. But those memories don't match up with the stadium's current reality.

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  6. More Read the original story

    Friday Nov 14 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    New bike lanes popping up on Louisville streets have drivers feeling anything but bike-friendly. Bicyclists say they need the space for protection against drivers who won't share the road.

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  7. Neighbors of victim react to not guilty verdictsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    After more than 10 hours of deliberation spanning two days, two young men accused of killing an insurance salesman walked out of court free men. Jared Sowders, 19, and Garreth Stephens, 20, each faced multiple charges of murder and burglary for the death of Steven Baldwin, 48. On the afternoon of Nov. 13, a jury of nine women and six men found Sowders and Stephens not guilty on all counts.

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  8. Monday at 11PM: Drivers, bicyclists ignoring the law along new bike lanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    New bike lanes popping up on Louisville streets have drivers feeling anything but bike-friendly. Bicyclists say they need the space for protection against drivers who won't share the road.

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  9. Go Baby Go! Retired at 26, Rosie Napravnik is ready to focus on familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    She's having a baby. It's news that came as a bit of a shocker when Rosie Napravnik, the nation's leading female rider, announced she's retiring after winning the Breeders' Cup Distaff on her beloved Kentucky Oaks winner, Untapable.

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  10. Planting seeds to turn dump into $35M Waterfront Botanical GardensRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    It's a $35 million dream - turn a 23-acre brownfield into a world-class greenspace; a gateway to all things floral and faunal, serving as a cultural magnet and a classroom. "It's ambitious," concedes Kasey Maier, spokeswoman for the non-profit partnership trying to create the Waterfront Botanical Gardens, about two blocks east of downtown's Waterfront Park.

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  11. Austin's Restaurant building sold to GoodwillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    The building housing a popular Louisville restaurant will soon become the new site for people to dropoff donations to a charity. Goodwill Industries of Kentucky has purchased the site where Austin's Restaurant has been operating.

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  12. Hardin Co. distillery joining bourbon capital ranksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    With distilleries in Bullitt, Fayette, Jefferson and Nelson counties, just to name a few, it is no secret the Commonwealth is the bourbon capital of the world. The Bluegrass stronghold on the bourbon industry, however, is about to get even stronger.

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  13. Crash on I-65 complicates evening commuteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    An accident involving two cars and a tractor-trailer on Interstate 65 is tying up the evening commute near downtown Louisville.

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  14. Demolition to begin on bleachers at Old Cardinal StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    Demolition of the bleachers will begin Monday at Old Cardinal Stadium, dilapidated and seldom used for years at the Kentucky Exposition Center. Louisville-based South End Services was awarded the contract for the project, which is expected to take about 60 days.

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  15. Forgery suspect accused of stealing Presley, 'Wizard of Oz' memorabiliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    A Louisville man facing a forgery-related charge is also accused of stealing someone's entertainment memorabilia collections and given them to a drug dealer. According to an arrest report, Johnny Whobrey, 35, was found in possession of a check stolen from a payment box at Stonegate Manufactured Home Community off Dixie Highway.

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  16. Light Up Louisville tree on its way downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    One of the two trees to be used for Light Up Louisville has been cut down and will begin its journey to downtown Louisville. The main tree will be placed at 4th and Main streets and a second tree will go up at 4th and Liberty streets in time for the Nov. 28 Light Up Louisville event that officially signals the beginning of Christmas season in the Derby City.

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  17. Cheerleader's death leaves questions, new testing for spirit leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    One major change has come to the University of Louisville since cheerleader Danielle "Dani" Cogswell, 22, was found dead of a heroin and prescription drug overdose in a freshman football player's off-campus apartment almost four months ago.

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  18. Country superstars to pack KFC Yum! Center to celebrate Coyote CalhounRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    Downtown Louisville might look a lot like the Country Music Awards next month when several superstars pack the KFC Yum! Center to celebrate the retirement of a radio legend. After 45 years in broadcasting, Coyote Calhoun is calling it quits, and Toby Keith, Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, Little Big Town, Chris Young, Montgomery Gentry, Craig Morgan, John Michael Montgomery, Kristian Bush and Maddie & Tae will be in town to celebrate his retirement.

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  19. Archbishop apologizes to teacher who resigned amid Ebola concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    Louisville Archbishop Joseph Kurtz says the decision by a Catholic school to ask a teacher to quarantine herself after a missing trip to Africa was "not the right judgment." St. Margaret Mary on Shelbyville Road asked Susan Sherman to submit to a 21-day quarantine after her return from Kenya.

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  20. 'Mayor for Life' Abramson brings wealth of experience to White House jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson, known as "Mayor for Life" following his three terms as mayor of Louisville and two terms as the first mayor of the consolidated city-county of Louisville Metro, is headed to the White House to serve as an ambassador of sorts for mayors and governors across the country. The move comes nearly 30 years after Abramson began his first term as mayor.

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