Audit finds 'unchecked leadership' at Kentucky's high court office
Audit finds 'unchecked leadership' at Kentucky's high court office

The report by state Auditor of Public Accounts Mike Harmon found “disorganized and unchecked leadership” in the Administrative Office of the Courts.

Marcus Green
Louisville’s lone police chopper grounded for nearly one-third of last year
Louisville’s lone police chopper grounded for nearly one-third of last year

LMPD's maintenance costs for the helicopter over the last five years were, on average, double the previous five years.

Marcus Green & Travis Ragsdale
Players from 2013 U of L team to sue NCAA over vacated title
Players from 2013 U of L team to sue NCAA over vacated title

The lawsuit is in response to sanctions imposed by the NCAA in 2017 related to a sex scandal that ultimately led Louisville to vacate its title and Final Four runs in 2012 and 2013.

Marcus Green & Jason Riley
SUNDAY EDITION | Louisville’s expanded convention center set to re-enter ‘highly competitive industry’
SUNDAY EDITION | Louisville’s expanded convention center set to re-enter ‘highly competitive industry’

Louisville is spending $207 million to expand its center at a time when dozens of other cities are pursuing similar projects.

Marcus Green
RiverLink late fees making up double-digit share of toll network’s revenue
RiverLink late fees making up double-digit share of toll network’s revenue

Late fees accounted for more than 10 percent of all toll revenue on the Ohio River bridges in the last 12 months, an analysis shows.

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Convention bureau renamed Louisville Tourism as it turns 50
Convention bureau renamed Louisville Tourism as it turns 50

The new streamlined name is meant to reflect the agency's broader work of developing tourism in the city.

June 28th, 9:54 am by Marcus Green
Louisville airport agency broke Ky. 'sunshine' law in denying police records, Beshear rules
Louisville airport agency broke Ky. 'sunshine' law in denying police records, Beshear rules

WDRB appealed in April after airport officials withheld copies of personnel files, including disciplinary records and separation letters, for two former officers.

June 25th, 10:09 am by Marcus Green
Leet slams Fischer on transparency record
Leet slams Fischer on transparency record

Republican mayoral candidate Angela Leet promised an end to “backroom deals and secret government spending.” Fischer's campaign insists transparency is "important."

June 21st, 2:47 pm by Marcus Green
Louisville Metro government fined $7k in 2017 worker death
Louisville Metro government fined $7k in 2017 worker death

The penalty is the highest levied against the city since 2011, according to federal workplace safety records.

June 19th, 1:13 pm by Marcus Green
Poor People's Campaign mulls lawsuit over state policy limiting Capitol access
Poor People's Campaign mulls lawsuit over state policy limiting Capitol access

The rules put in place by Kentucky State Police are being enforced arbitrarily, according to the anti-poverty group.

June 13th, 2:17 pm by Marcus Green
Louisville sues Kentucky state government over legislature’s earmark of local funds
Louisville sues Kentucky state government over legislature’s earmark of local funds

The state budget bill directed Louisville's mineral tax money for a single project -- a move city officials say runs afoul of the state Constitution.

June 12th, 10:23 pm by Marcus Green
SUNDAY EDITION | East End tunnel needed additional repairs after sprinkler system fixed
SUNDAY EDITION | East End tunnel needed additional repairs after sprinkler system fixed

Emails obtained by WDRB News indicate that sensors meant to keep pipes in the tunnel from freezing were installed in the wrong place.

June 8th, 4:39 pm by Marcus Green
Brown-Forman plans 'surgical' response to bourbon tariffs, incoming CEO says
Brown-Forman plans 'surgical' response to bourbon tariffs, incoming CEO says

Adding inventory in some overseas markets is one step to blunt the impact of retaliatory duties by other countries, executives say.

June 6th, 12:55 pm by Marcus Green
LMPD suspended officer 30 days for Facebook posts that 'advocate violence'
LMPD suspended officer 30 days for Facebook posts that 'advocate violence'

Louisville Police Chief Steve Conrad had initially wanted to fire Officer Brian Smith for the posts that he claimed 'fostered mistrust of the police.'

June 1st, 2:21 pm by Marcus Green
Louisville City FC nets state tax subsidy for Butchertown soccer stadium deal
Louisville City FC nets state tax subsidy for Butchertown soccer stadium deal

The Louisville FC soccer club's owners and investors have been waiting for state approval to finalize financing.

May 31st, 8:44 am by Marcus Green

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