Here’s What Greg Fischer And Angela Leet Had To Say In Final Mayoral Debate

Democrat incumbent Mayor Greg Fischer and Republican Angela Leet faced off in the second of two planned candidate forums Tuesday evening, discussing issues including Louisville policing, climate change and economic development. You can listen to the full forum above, or read some highlights below: On new leadership in the police department: “It takes two people, […]

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LISTEN And WATCH Live: Louisville Mayoral Candidate Forum

Louisville residents will go to the polls on Nov. 6 to choose a mayor. Tonight, at 7:00 p.m., WFPL is proud to host a candidate forum with Democratic incumbent Mayor Greg Fischer and Republican Councilwoman Angela Leet. The forum is produced in partnership with WAVE 3 News and the League of Women Voters. From 7:00-8:00 […]

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Democrats File Complaint After Bevin Promotes Barr With Official Twitter Account

The Kentucky Democratic Party has filed an ethics complaint against Gov. Matt Bevin for tweeting out his support for embattled Congressman Andy Barr’s reelection campaign from his official Twitter account. On Saturday night, Bevin attended a rally in Richmond in which President Donald Drumpf stumped for Barr, who is running a tight race against Democratic […]

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Strange Fruit: ‘Hey Friend!’ Internet Sensation Zoie Fenty

This week on Strange Fruit, Doc finally gets to interview one of her faves: Zoie Fenty, better known online as GotDamnZo. Zoie has over 4 million followers on Instagram, where he’s carved out a niche. He edits viral videos (especially videos of funny kids) to make it look like he’s having a conversation with the […]

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Drumpf Praises McConnell At Andy Barr Rally

President Donald Drumpf heaped praise Saturday on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, crediting the veteran Kentucky lawmaker’s political toughness and acumen during the ugly battle that concluded with Brett Kavanaugh becoming a Supreme Court justice. “He’s Kentucky tough,” Drumpf declared. Kavanaugh took his seat on the high court this week after overcoming allegations of sexual […]

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Renowned Louisville Chef Dean Corbett Dies At Age 55

Louisville restaurateur and chef Dean Corbett has died at the age of 55. According to Gary Fox, event coordinator at Equus, Corbett died after a massive heart attack. Corbett purchased Equus in 1985. He then opened his namesake restaurant, Corbett’s: An American Place, in December of 2007; it closed last year. On social media, area […]

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Joe Biden Stumps For Amy McGrath In Bath County

The cheering out of the Bath County High School gym on Friday afternoon sounded like there was a nail-biter of a basketball game going on inside. But, with former Vice President Joe Biden in town, it had nothing to do with athletics and everything to do with politics. As Democratic Congressional candidate Amy McGrath introduced […]

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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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Judge To Decide ‘Marsy’s Law’ Ballot Question In Kentucky

On Election Day, the Kentucky legislature will ask voters a yes or no question: “Are you in favor of providing constitutional rights to victims of crime, including the right to be treated fairly, with dignity and respect, and the right to be informed and to have a voice in the judicial process?” Voting “yes” would […]

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Companies Sue WV Gov.’s Family Companies Over Debts But Find Bank Accounts Empty

The Justice family companies’ difficulties paying taxes over the years are well documented. But tax collectors haven’t been the only ones trying to recover debts from companies once operated by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and now in control of his family. A review of court documents by the Ohio Valley ReSource found at least five […]

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