School’s morning music ritual becomes therapy for students

CINCINNATI — Each morning at South Avondale School in Cincinnati begins the same way, with all 452 students coming together to create one unique sound through music. Advertisement “People are working as a team,” said Liz Wu, of the Cincinnati Arts Association. “They’re working in groups. They’re expressing their individuality and being creative, but at […]

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TARC drivers to train to spot, help victims of human trafficking

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Transit Authority of River City is partnering with the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office to provide specialized training to drivers in an effort to bring more awareness to the issue of human trafficking. Beginning later this month the AG’s office is going to train all TARC employees on how to spot victims […]

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A Proposed ordinance causing stir among food truck owners

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A new proposed ordinance would dictate where food trucks can and can’t park in Louisville. Metro Council members say they are trying to help businesses thrive and do better while food truck owners say this ordinance could kill their business. Currently food trucks can reserve spots downtown, as long as they pay […]

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TARC employees to combat human trafficking

The AG is working with TARC to provide training for managers, dispatchers and bus drivers to detect signs of human trafficking. | File photo The Kentucky Attorney General’s Office is partnering with TARC to provide transit employees with the know-how to spot and report human trafficking in the Louisville area. Beginning Oct. 29, Andy Beshear’s […]

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Ticket giveaway: Hear Kentucky native and Chairman of DDB Worldwide Chuck Brymer on Oct. 24

How does a Louisville boy grow up to run an international advertising agency on NYC’s Madison Avenue? Find out when Chuck Brymer, Chairman of DDB Worldwide Communications Group, joins Kentucky to the World to talk about the impact of his work on our lives and how his Kentucky roots have been an advantage in his […]

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Independent Candidates Criticize Format Of Louisville Mayoral Forum

Some of the independent candidates for Louisville mayor are raising concerns about the format of a mayoral candidates’ forum to be held next week at Louisville Public Media. Tuesday’s event will begin at 7 p.m. with a debate between Democratic incumbent Greg Fischer and Republican challenger Angela Leet. It will be broadcast live on WFPL […]

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UofL advocacy centers report spike in traffic in light of Kavanaugh

We’re partnered up with Judge Sean Delahanty’s site’s voter guide. Home » UofL advocacy centers report spike in traffic in light of Kavanaugh Advocacy centers at the University of Louisville report spikes in traffic following Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony, newly installed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation and the ensuing discussion of sexual assault. Directors […]

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Louisville landmark Hauck’s Handy Store for sale

Hauck’s Handy Store is a more than 105-year-old Goss Avenue institution. | Photo by Caitlin Bowling A giant sign posted marks the end of an era on Goss Avenue, a street that serves as the dividing line between the Germantown and Schnitzelburg neighborhoods. Hauck’s Handy Store, a more than 105-year-old institution, and other nearby properties owned by […]

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After Hurricane Michael Carved Through Florida Panhandle, Recovery Work Begins

Shredded trees, derailed train cars and a sunken trailer are seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. “We have almost no lines of communication,” says Mario Gisbert, the city manager of Panama City Beach, in an interview with NPR. And by that, he said, “I mean, my […]

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