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Representative John Will Stacy presented House Bill 410 before the House Committee on Education earlier today.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. The Louisville Metro Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting in the 4600 block of Poplar Level Road, near a HD Supply, involving Jefferson County sheriff's deputies.
Graduation dates for 24 Jefferson County Public Schools are still in limbo. The JCPS Board had every intention of setting the dates at Monday night's meeting, but that all changed thanks to a push in Frankfort to help districts with missed snow days.
Years ago, Jeffersontown officials hoped the city's limits would stretch east to the Snyder Freeway.
A bill calling for a pilot program to open some juvenile court proceedings passed the Kentucky Senate Monday by a 30-7 vote.
Jefferson County Public Schools will name the finalists in its "school of innovation" design competition Tuesday night -- an effort to try a new, less traditional approach to learning.
McClearn Brewing Co. has moved into its location at Breckinridge and Swan streets just east of Smoketown and filed notice that it is seeking a state license to operate a brewery.
TV reports 40-year-old Felecia Burton of Lexington was struck by a van around 4:30 a.m. on Sunday in Okolona.
Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government has selected 12 finalists for the city's Lots Of Possibility competition, which seeks innovative citizen ideas for redeveloping and reusing vacant lots.
By Andrea S. Clifford, Public Information Officer Louisville, KY - The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet recently awarded a contract for roadway improvements to Interstate 65 in Bullitt County.
According to Jefferson County Deputy Coroner RD Jones, Ricky Duncan, 54, was driving a Ford escort at Outer Loop and Third Street around 7:30 a.m. Friday when he lost control of the vehicle and hit the back of a Jeep Patriot that was sitting at a red light.
Courier-Journal environmental reporter James Bruggers obtained copies of risk-management plans pertaining to toxic chemical releases for Jefferson County companies from the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District.
LOUISVILLE, KY Jefferson County sheriff's deputies arrested the student whose comment caused a high school to be placed on lockdown.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. MetroSafe said there is a chemical leak at Zeon Chemicals, in the 4100 block of Bells Lane, in Louisville.