Author: Lawrence Smith

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Officials say a Leslie County couple donated the snake to the facility for educational purposes after finding it in their yard this month. [Read More]
The two faced questions at a debate sponsored by the Louisville Forum... [Read More]
Owner Ed Hart called out its landlord for using what he called "red tape and intimidation" to try to force the park to drop a... [Read More]
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She won $169,000 on The Block NZ with partner Stu Watts. Now, she's pursuing a career in interior design. [Read More]
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Governor Matt Bevin talks about blowing up things in the video like red tape and corruption. [Read More]
Hope Wellness Center is designed to fill a gap in healthcare service and access... [Read More]
Supporters say the regulation is needed to free up parking meters. Opponents claim food trucks are being unfairly targeted. [Read More]
Members of the 42nd Clearance Company are being deployed for a 9-month tour of Afghanistan. [Read More]
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Metro Council member Mary Woolridge is organizing a protest against a planned store on Wilson Avenue. [Read More]
"Whether or not the pension system survives, that's what's at stake." [Read More]
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Those with chronic pain say access to pain medications is literally a matter of life and death. [Read More]
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A national drug policy expert has urged Kentucky lawmakers to slow down the push to legalize medical marijuana. [Read More]
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Twenty-four people in 10 vehicles and seven boats are leaving families behind in Louisville to face unknown hazards, for an unknown length of time. [Read More]
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"If you want to have a long term impact on the country, lifetime appointments to the courts is the way to do it." [Read More]
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Survivors of priest sex abuse are accusing the Catholic Church of a cover-up. [Read More]
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18-year-old Sean Small was notified of his expulsion after posting a virtual reality zombie killing video on social media. [Read More]
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Democrats believe pocketbook issues will help them regain control of the Kentucky House. [Read More]
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The development off Cane Run Road in southwest Louisville will be home to more than 400 families, including single parents, seniors and young people who... [Read More]
A bipartisan board that oversees Kentucky's elections has unanimously voted to reaffirm the secretary of state's role as the state's chief election officer following allegations... [Read More]
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A Louisville Metro Council member is pushing a plan he hopes will reduce the growing number of panhandlers on the city's streets. [Read More]
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