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Recent articles by Stephan:

Louisville doctor allegedly tried to hire hitman to kill ex-husband

She could face 10 years in federal prison if convicted. → Read More

Students, colleagues honor Louisville teacher battling stage 4 cancer

Rob Hammond teaches World History at Waggener High School. But these days, his medical history is the priority. → Read More

Witness says officer shouted 'drop your weapon' before shootout that killed 2 in Palmyra

Indiana State Police investigators are still trying to sort out details after a double shooting that left two people dead in Palmyra Monday night. → Read More

Kentucky primary election set for Tuesday, major races for both parties

There are several major races on the ballot in Jefferson County this primary, including the mayor's office, a U.S. Senate and Congressional seat, County Attorney, Sheriff and numerous judicial seats. → Read More

JCPS unveils new 24/7 online tutoring program for students

On Monday, JCPS unveiled a new online tutoring program for students. The program called "Paper" will tutor students by providing an extra set of eyes on homework assignments. → Read More

Low-level, nonviolent offenders in Louisville's jail can apply for 'amnesty docket'

Inmates at Louisville's jail waiting out bench warrants for low-level and nonviolent offense have a new opportunity to get their cases resolved. → Read More

Fern Creek High School honors 1965 baseball team for 'magical' season

A local high school baseball team is being honored nearly 60 years after a "magical" season. → Read More

Louisville school helping students with special needs learn how to communicate

The Alfred Binet School is a Jefferson County Public School where all of the students have special needs. → Read More

LMPD's newest K-9 takes on non-traditional role

LMPD's newest K-9 isn't tracking down bad guys -- he's helping crime victims cope with the aftermath of violence and abuse. → Read More

David Camm says $5 million settlements can't make up for personal losses

Camm says has already spent more than $1 million of his settlement money. → Read More

Heaven Hill announces plan to open new $135 million facility in Bardstown

The new distillery is being built on a vacant 61-acre site at 1015 Old Bloomfield Pike, off KY 245. → Read More

Food vendors prepare for Thunder Over Louisville

Food vendors from across the country are setting up shop on both sides of the river. → Read More

New Metro Corrections director questioned by council members

Jerry Collins, the director of Metro Corrections, has been on the job for less than a month. → Read More

Southern Indiana 3rd grader to compete in Elks Hoop Shoot Free Throw Contest

Samuel Nolan earned a trip to nationals after winning regional and state free throw contests. → Read More

Summer program teaching Louisville students about careers in aerospace

The Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) and the Academy @ Shawnee are partnering for a summer program called the Aerospace Career Education "ACE" Academy. → Read More

'Moms' Night Out' gives Louisville parents of special needs children some TLC

The event is sponsored by five Louisville organizations. → Read More

Louisville artist Jason Clayborn nominated in 8 categories for Stellar Gospel Music Awards

Jason Clayborn, a Grammy- nominated singer/songwriter from Louisville, was nominated this week for eight Stellar Gospel Music Awards alongside his group, The Atmosphere Changers. → Read More

Louisville construction company giving convicted felons a crucial second chance

A Louisville construction company is helping convicted felons get a second chance. → Read More

Nonprofit hopes to add diversity to cannabis experience in Kentucky

Some Kentucky lawmakers believe legalizing medical marijuana could generate millions of dollars and ease suffering for patients. And that's why there's an effort to help the legislation grow roots in → Read More

Starbucks in east Louisville could become first in Kentucky to unionize

Workers at more than 135 stores from around the country have joined the Starbucks Workers United movement. → Read More