Heaven Hill released in a statement to WDRB News on Friday saying company would meet again Monday with union representatives to discuss contracts.
Monica Harkins graduated from the University of Missouri where she studied broadcast journalism and business.
JCPS students and the community are reeling after a student was killed in a drive-by shooting at a school bus stop on Wednesday morning.
Louisville tourism leaders said summer 2021 proved the industry is rebounding after a historic industry low in 2020.
Graves said the officers are physically and emotionally spent, and they want more money spent on recruiting, not more money for overtime.
The lawsuit alleges security declined to help and shortly after shots were fired.
Spooky season kicks off in September for many Kentuckiana haunted attractions.
Catholic Charities of Louisville is hosting a free culinary training program to help people start a career in culinary arts.
Thousands of Afghan refugees made it out of Kabul, and now, America's refugee resettlement agencies, like Kentucky Refugee Ministries, are starting to see the first families in their new cities.
The Louisville Metro Department of Corrections is seeing a slew of issues and COVID-19 is only adding pressure.
The meeting was the first one since councilmember Cassie Chambers Armstrong tabled the idea of moving last call from 4 a.m. to 2 a.m.