6 hrs ago
Judge recused in Jason Osborne case, discussed suit publicly
A Jefferson County judge has recused herself from a case involving former University of Louisville basketball standout Jason Osborne Friday.
10 hrs ago
Businesspeople need to go back to school
Much of what a casual observer would pick up about Jefferson County Public Schools from media reports would lead one to have only a negative view of what's happening in our public school classrooms.
Thu May 23, 2013
Jefferson County jobless rate drops in April
The unemployment rate in Jefferson County declined sharply to 7.5 percent in April from 8.4 percent in March.
Canvass finds nearly 2,400 homeless people in Ky.
Kentucky Housing Corp. is reporting that the number of homeless in Kentucky now stands at nearly 2,400, down significantly from past years.
Wed May 22, 2013
Boil Water Advisory issued in Jefferson County
According to the Louisville Water Company, a contractor was replacing a water main in the area when a water main serving the Windsor Forest neighborhood was severed.
Valley High School principal out for 2013-2014 school year
The principal at one of Louisville's low performing schools will not be returning next year.
Tue May 21, 2013
Russell Co. official pleads guilty to DUI
The Russell County Circuit Court Clerk found himself on the other side of the judge Monday morning in Jefferson County.
Summer warehouse jobs in Louisville still available for 18-21 year olds
Despite a strong response from job-seekers, more than 200 warehouse jobs are still available in the Louisville area and a new registration opportunity is available.
Sun May 19, 2013
Fayette public schools plan to cut family resource center directors' hours
The Fayette County Public Schools plan to slash work days for 42 directors of the district's family resource centers next year because of continued government funding reductions.
Murder suspect found dead
Jefferson County Deputy Coroner Larry Carroll told The Courier-Journal that 48-year-old Gloria Ross was found outside her home Thursday evening with fatal shotgun wounds.
Thu May 16, 2013
JCPS lays off 41 teachers
Historically, an open-air train ride has been a central part of the Zoo experience, but no rides have been available since the June 2009 train crash.
Wed May 15, 2013
Allegations of juror, witness communicating in Pettway murder trial
Closing arguments in the Steven Pettway murder trial were delayed Wednesday in a Jefferson County Circuit courtroom.
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Concerns Raised About Jefferson Co. Religious Meeting
The head of Jefferson County Public Schools has sent out a reminder to staff about rules regarding religion in the curriculum after a meeting that sparked some concern.
Tue May 14, 2013
NTSB: States should cut threshold for drunken driving from .08 to .05
Andrew Wiggins will announce his college basketball choice Tuesday afternoon -- and there are reasons for fans of Kentucky, Florida State, North Carolina and Kansas to be optimistic and fret.
Bike to Work Day is Friday, but Louisville scores poorly in bicycling index
Bike-to-work day is Friday, and unfortunately a website with a catchy slogan of "drive less, live more" has placed Louisville and Jefferson County far down the pack of cities that are friendly to bicycles.
Young job seekers can benefit from Mayor's SummerWorks Program
A jobs initiative from Mayor Greg Fischer is searching for 18 to 21 year olds who would like a summer job.
Mon May 13, 2013
Taxpayers face rising costs for public defenders
What's the price of justice? In Louisville taxpayers are spending millions of dollars a year defending accused criminals who can't afford an attorney.
A few more sites for the bucket
My recent list of bucket-list religious sites in Kentucky was by definition limited.
Sat May 11, 2013
Moped driver killed in crash identified
According to the Jefferson County coroner Clay Mauldin, 23, died Friday morning when a Chevy Silverado collided with his moped near Baxter Avenue and Eastern Parkway.
Fri May 10, 2013
Judge accepts Josh Gouker plea in death of Trey Zwicker
A Jefferson County judge has accepted an open guilty plea from Josh Gouker, the man who is charged with murdering his stepson, Trey Zwicker.