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Past articles by Tom:

'Protective measures' | MSD crews train to install floodwalls around Louisville

With a flood protection system that protects more than 200,000 people, the training exercise replicated portions of the system. → Read More

Professional female powerlifter teaches JCPS students about confidence, body positivity

Wilson said she wants to encourage more women, specifically women of color, to try male-dominated sports. → Read More

World-class violinist working with JCPS students ahead of their upcoming concert

Alford will perform in concert with the two student orchestras Friday night at Eastern High School. → Read More

Kids learn from hands-on experiences at the Kentucky Science Center's Engineering Days

At the Kentucky Science Center on Friday, they got to learn how some things work. → Read More

Head baker at Louisville's Heitzman Bakery churning out king cakes for Mardi Gras

A Louisville bakery is preparing to make 4,000 cakes for Mardi Gras. → Read More

Ethan the dog makes special Valentine's Day visit to Louisville nursing home

Ethan was brought in to help inspire and put a smile on residents' faces and let his own story of survival serve as an example of thriving after challenges. → Read More

Kentucky high school bowling championships underway in Louisville

The first day of the competition was focused on the Unified and Adaptive competition. → Read More

Oddities and Curiosities Expo in Louisville highlights strange, unusual things

The expo is being held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4, in South Wing A of the Kentucky Exposition Center. → Read More

Wounded Kentucky veteran surprised with new vehicle

Before getting the car, Trampus Miller was driving a 2005 Camry with more than 350,000 miles on it. → Read More

Kosair Charities event auctions off Derby hats to fund child abuse prevention programs

Thursday, Jan. 26, marks 100 days until Kentucky Derby 149, and volunteers from Kosair Charities have spent the last year preparing for the Hats on for Healing auction. → Read More

Scottsburg High School in midst of $5 million project to add classrooms, improve safety

Scottsburg High School is the midst of a $5 million construction project with the goal of increasing the safety of students and staff. → Read More

Honor Flight Bluegrass honors World War II veterans on 81st anniversary of Pearl Harbor

There were 19 veterans at the event on Wednesday. → Read More

Local doctor spends his days off substituting for JCPS, donates earnings back to teachers

A local doctor spends his off days substitute teaching for JCPS. → Read More

Zoneton Fire Department prepares to spread holiday cheer through community on 'Santa Truck'

Santa is coming to town later this week, hitching a ride with the Zoneton Fire Department. → Read More

Cooking class for students at Byck Elementary led by Dare to Care, GE Appliances

Byck Elementary School students participated in a cooking class at Dare to Care Community Kitchen on Tuesday. → Read More

Fairdale High School volleyball team donates $13,600 for cancer patients

The Fairdale High School volleyball team aced its effort to help cancer patients on Wednesday. → Read More

7th-grade JCPS students read their letters to Louisville's mayoral candidates

Seventh-grade students at Olmsted Academy South were given a unique opportunity to write letters to Louisville's mayoral candidates. → Read More

IMAGES | New Albany 'crypt keeper' turns political signs into musical graveyard

Greg McCurdy doesn't mind being called "the crypt keeper" of the Musicians Memorial Garden. In fact, he's proud of it. → Read More

Blue Lick Elementary playground set on fire overnight

Janitors discovered the playground at Blue Lick Elementary on fire Wednesday night. → Read More

Jim James with My Morning Jacket collaborates with JCPS students for concert

Jim James, a singer and guitarist for My Morning Jacket, collaborated with students from Olmsted Academy South. → Read More