Bailey Loosemore, The Courier-Journal

Bailey Loosemore

The Courier-Journal

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Bailey:

Louisville is building a new campus for homeless residents. Here's what we know

A proposed "community care campus" will provide medical services and temporary housing for people experiencing homelessness. → Read More

Louisville mayor unveils $30M+ plan to tackle housing insecurity and prevent evictions

On Thursday, Mayor Craig Greenberg announced a multi-million dollar plan to tackle housing insecurity in Louisville. → Read More

Louisville renters: Collegiate isn't doing enough as it seeks to tear down their homes

Louisville Collegiate School has proposed demolishing the Yorktown Apartments to make way for a new parking lot. → Read More

Thousands of Louisville renters face eviction while city weighs aid program

Louisville officials have not shared how they plan to spend $38 million in federal funds, intended to prevent eviction and build affordable housing. → Read More

Looking for volunteer opportunities in Louisville? Here are 23 ways to help others in 2023

You can make food for homeless residents, get close to zoo animals, tutor kids and even be part of a live performance. → Read More

'Keep the torch burning': Why Black Louisvillians continue to honor MLK's legacy

An annual motorcade led by several prominent Black pastors serves as a reminder of the lessons the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. left behind. → Read More

54 years after landmark trial, Louisville honors Black Six defendants with historic marker

The Black Six are co-defendants who were wrongly accused of conspiring to blow up buildings during a racial justice uprising in Louisville in 1968. → Read More

NWSL report sheds light on separation agreement between Racing Louisville, Christy Holly

Racing Louisville executives agreed to pay Holly $14,000 and prohibited members from disclosing his alleged misconduct, even to law enforcement. → Read More

Longtime Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw wins seventh term

Barbara "Bobbie" Holsclaw, the Republican incumbent, faced Tina Ward-Pugh, a Democrat, for clerk in Jefferson County in 2022 Kentucky elections. → Read More

It's settled: Breonna Taylor protesters who blocked bridge to no longer stand trial

Breonna Taylor protesters expected to stand trial for blocking the Clark Memorial Bridge have all agreed to settle their cases. → Read More

Private company quits managing Louisville public housing centers after resident complaints

CT Associates has increasingly come under fire from renters who say employees ignore their complaints and enter their apartments without notice. → Read More

The Courier Journal mobile newsroom is heading to Iroquois. And we want to hear from you

Reporters and editors will work from the Iroquois library Oct. 31 through Nov. 18 as a part of the Courier Journal's mobile newsroom. → Read More

Racing Louisville to add general manager after NWSL report, assault allegations

The new Racing Louisville position is a step toward building "an inclusive, safe environment of which players and fans can be proud." → Read More

'We have to make sure this never happens again': Racing star Nadia Nadim on abuse in NWSL

The internationally renowned soccer player is a current captain for Racing Louisville who also played for ex-coach Christy Holly at Sky Blue FC. → Read More

Lexington, Kentucky police say $4 million was stolen from local nonprofit organization

Lexington police are investigating an electronic theft of federal funds meant for the Community Action Council. → Read More

'One more hole in our hearts': Breonna Taylor protesters mourn death of leader Chris Wells

Friends remember Chris Wells, 33, as a brilliant leader who found his purpose in 2020's Breonna Taylor protests. → Read More

Louisville is changing who can buy vacant and abandoned properties in the city. Here's how

Residents have long voiced frustrations over how Louisville distributes city-owned properties, with many sold to outside developers. → Read More

A return home: Beecher Terrace residents move into newly opened apartments

The third phase of a rebuilt housing complex is close to completion, with more than 200 families now living there. → Read More

A new union is fighting for Louisville renters. Here's what you need to know

Tenants unions assist individual renters while fighting for policy changes at all government levels. Here's what a new union is up to in Louisville. → Read More

Louisville mayor apologizes to Black residents for centuries of systemic racism

Mayor Greg Fischer, who has been criticized for his handling of the police killing of Breonna Taylor, issued the apology at a Juneteenth event. → Read More