A crop of expungement bills stirs debate among local officials
A handful of bills circulating in Frankfort that would ease state limitations on record expungements for convicted criminals has provoked political posturing among city leaders regarding the extent
Letters to the Editor
Why respiratory health in the bluegrass ranks among the nation’s worst
Around the end of September, Calvin Miracle started to feel some familiar symptoms.
Letters to the editor
Watch Your Step
A look at how reckless arena financing could result in taxpayers bailing out the Yum! Center
Shortly after the University of Louisville Cardinals completed their inaugural basketball season in the immaculate new KFC Yum!
Facts, rumors and political innuendo
A new work group recently assembled by Metro Council President Jim King will soon begin a series of meetings to tackle reform of Neighborhood Development Funds
Time-banking — the concept of giving and receiving services in equal measure — takes off in Louisville
Jennifer Turner’s move from Paducah to Louisville 11 years ago was not intended to be an act of revolution.
Looming federal funding cuts would jeopardize domestic violence prevention efforts in Kentucky
For the second consecutive year, the U.S.
Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund advocates remain hopeful despite latest funding roadblock
It all started to unravel with a phone call.
Finance a Listen