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SUNDAY EDITION | JCPS, others hope suspensions decline with equity plan Video included

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Suspensions at JCPS have increased in recent years, disproportionately affecting black students in the district.

SUNDAY EDITION | Kentucky, Indiana move to keep elections safe from cyber threats Video included

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Revelations of Russian meddling in 2016 have spurred states across the U.S. to place a new emphasis on election security.

SUNDAY EDITION | Court officials move to reduce jury duty no-shows in Louisville Video included

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“There should be consequences,” Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Wine said of skipping jury duty. “It’s an insult to the people who do show up.”

SUNDAY EDITION | Louisville’s JCTC will be training hub for Mercedes Benz technicians Video included

Chris Siegel, a team leader at Tafel Motors, will help train apprentices in the JCTC program. Chris Siegel, a team leader at Tafel Motors, will help train apprentices in the JCTC program.
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Jefferson Community and Technical College will become a hub for training automotive technicians for Mercedes Benz dealerships this fall with the launch of an apprenticeship program that officials say will put the college on the map.

SUNDAY EDITION | 'Historic' number of current, retired educators running to join Ky. General Assembly Video included

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Matt Kaufmann and Scott Lewis are among 44 teachers, school administrators, professors and retired educators hoping to join the Kentucky General Assembly after the Nov. 6 midterm elections.

SUNDAY EDITION | Waterfront Park seeks added Louisville funding as state aid vanishes Video included

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Waterfront officials are seeking a 30 percent increase in city money for the coming year, raising Metro government's annual contribution to roughly $1.3 million.

SUNDAY EDITION | ‘Secret’ police? Louisville airport agency cites 2002 ruling to keep officers’ records private Video included

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The practice by Kentucky’s largest airport operators runs counter to other police agencies that are bound by state law to make information in personnel files public. 

SUNDAY EDITION | Louisville home shortage persists as spring selling season begins Video included

Homes for sale as of Feb. 15 (source: Greater Louisville Association of Realtors) Homes for sale as of Feb. 15 (source: Greater Louisville Association of Realtors)
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Heading into the traditional spring selling season, buyers in the Louisville area have the fewest choices in at a least a decade – a result mainly of voracious demand by buyers.

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