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Recent articles by Alex:

Popular Bardstown Road bar closing temporarily due to omicron surge

It looks like bars and restaurants are starting to feel the pressure of COVID-19 again as some announce temporary closures. → Read More

Louisville's Forecastle to feature Jack Harlow and more in 2022

After a two-year hiatus, Forecastle Music Festival will return to Lousiville's waterfront for 2022 and we now know who is performing. → Read More

KHS trying to save 'severely emaciated' dog found on a road

Apparently, the dog was found by an Uber driver lying limp, covered in feces, fur matted all over his body. → Read More

Ethan the dog visits sick animals at the Kentucky Humane Society because he's the best

Like you really needed any other reasons to love Ethan the dog. → Read More

LMPD officer rushed to hospital after crashing into utility pole near UofL

A Louisville Metro Police officer was injured early Tuesday morning in a crash near UofL's campus. → Read More

For one day, this Louisville coffee shop is giving all profits back to its employees

"We thought giving 100% of a day's sales to the employees might be a way to involve the community and magnify what the shop could do for an end-of-year bonus." → Read More

Block party in Butchertown: How Louisville is celebrating the NWSL Championship

The National Women's Soccer League Championship is Saturday, and, to celebrate, Louisville is going to party. → Read More

Louisville singer Bryson Tiller dropping Christmas album feat. Justin Bieber

'Tis the season for our favorite artists to drop new Christmas songs. → Read More

Indiana lawmakers want to end COVID-19 emergency order

The governor faces a Dec. 1 deadline for extending the health emergency and an accompanying executive order, which, among a handful of provisions, has allowed the state health commissioner to issue a standing doctor's order allowing COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5 to 11. → Read More

Papa Johns unveils new logo, restaurant design — and a slight name change

Papa Johns has a new logo and restaurant design — and a name that's slightly changed. → Read More

Taylor Swift sends signed copies of 'Red' to Louisville record store

Taylor Swift has once again signed a bunch of CDs and sent them to local record stores across the country, including at least one in Louisville. → Read More

It's Christmas all year round at this café in Louisville

It's always a hot debate: When is the right time to start celebrating Christmas? At a café in Louisville, the answer is always. → Read More

Jack Harlow announces 5 back-to-back shows at different Louisville venues

The shows will be in December. → Read More

UK fined $250,000 by SEC for storming field after big Florida win

That big Florida win at Kroger Field last weekend led to a big celebration. And that big celebration led to a big fine for Kentucky. → Read More

Haunted tour of Old Louisville resurrected for 13th year

Nothing says spooky quite like old Victorian homes filled with old Victorian dolls... → Read More

Churchill Downs bringing historical horse racing machines into downtown Louisville

Louisville is getting another historical racing machine entertainment venue, and this time, it'll be downtown. → Read More

LIVE: Ford executives, Gov. Beshear formally announce plants coming to Hardin County

Ford Motor Co. will build two electric battery plants in Hardin County that will employ 5,000 people, an announcement being touted as the largest economic development project in Kentucky's history. → Read More

Ethan the dog to 'throw' first pitch at Louisville Bats game

Despite his lack of opposable thumbs, Ethan the dog gets the sacred honor of taking the mound during the Bats' first "Hops & Hounds" event. → Read More

Coming soon: Goodfellas Pizzeria starts work on Louisville location

It's happening. It's really happening. → Read More

Puppy abandoned at KHS takes 'turn for the worse,' rushed to hospital

A puppy who was dumped at the Kentucky Humane Society on Friday may not be strong enough to pull through, staff said. → Read More