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Past articles by Conroy:

Louisville bar owner hopes bill that would ban 'gray machines' fails

If the bill is signed into law, the so-called skill games that look like slot machines would be banned. → Read More

4 GOP candidates for Kentucky governor debate in Louisville

With 70 days to go until the May primary, only four of the 12 GOP candidates vying to be Kentucky's next governor participated in the first GOP debate in Louisville → Read More

Preparations underway as St. Patrick's Parade celebrates 50th year in Louisville

Bars, especially Molly Malone's, O'Sheas and Flanagans — the so-called Irish Triangle — are preparing for big business. → Read More

Louisville Metro Council to hire outside attorney to investigate councilman's actions

Councilman Anthony Piagentini, R-19, reportedly gave a $40 million grant from the city to the Louisville Healthcare CEO Council before removing himself ahead of the vote, only to later be → Read More

Demolition request for Hogan's Fountain Pavilion in Cherokee Park denied by committee

The city committee voted against demolishing it. → Read More

Louisville residents voice concerns, share ideas for solutions on reducing gun violence

Louisville's mayor and interim police chief were among the crowd Tuesday evening at the Muhammad Ali Center in downtown Louisville for the first Violence Reduction Action Summit. → Read More

Metro Council set to make decision on rezoning One Park North

The project at the corner of Lexington Road and Grinstead contains towers with apartments, offices and retail. → Read More

New Albany businesses providing Narcan for customers, Floyd County community

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A community in crisis is now working to reverse the stigma and effect of a drug overdose. → Read More

Betting big on the Big Game but still not if you're in Kentucky

The number of wagers go beyond the game. → Read More

Supporters double down on regulation of 'gray machines' in Kentucky

Operators of the machines — which can be found in bars, veterans halls and truck stops — argue they take memory, dexterity, and skill to win, and are legal. → Read More

JCPS board, superintendent to consider proposal to install metal detectors in schools

The JCPS school board asked Superintendent Dr. Marty Pollio to put together a proposal for future consideration. → Read More

Louisville Metro Council appoints new representatives for 3rd, 6th districts

Councilmembers conducted nearly 30 interviews on Monday and Tuesday to find new representatives for District 3 and District 6. → Read More

Truck stolen outside Valley Station was more than a vehicle, it was a home

This time, a truck was stolen while its owner was on a bike ride in southwest Jefferson County, just south of Valley Station. → Read More

2 taken to hospital after separate shootings in Oldham County, police say

No arrests have been made in either shooting. → Read More

Louisville's soccer community remembers Coach Lee Smith after his sudden death

Lee Smith's final act was to donate his organs. → Read More

Louisville Metro Council President focused on public safety at start of term

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville's new Metro Council president wants to start the process to build a new jail in the city. → Read More

Town of Lebanon Junction mourns the lives lost in house fire

Eryn Toogood, 27 years old and six months pregnant, died in the fire, along with her daughter, Haisley. → Read More

Thieves steal 4 cars estimated to be $100k at used car lot in Mt. Washington

Thieves stole four cars in Bullitt County in less than two minutes, leaving police searching for suspects and a business owner asking for answers. → Read More

Mother devastated after 14-year-old son killed in Wyandotte neighborhood

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- "I want my baby back." A Louisville mother is devastated after her 14-year-old boy was shot and killed in the Wyandotte neighborhood on Sunday afternoon. Terese Hendrix was sitting in her living room when she heard some commotion, and then a loud boom. Her son, Javarius Hendrix, died just moments later at the home in the 900 block of Brentwood Avenue. "We were getting… → Read More

Energy bills might increase due to previous extreme cold but savings could be on the way

This weekend marks a meter reading and the end of that billing cycle. → Read More