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Past articles by Stephon:

Frazier History Museum's new exhibit takes long look at 'The Black Six', a turbulent moment for Louisville

In their ongoing series, "Bridging the Divide", The Frazier History Museum is taking a look back into Louisville history during a turbulent moment in 1968. → Read More

Large crowd listens in on proposed changes to Cherokee Golf Course

The idea to change the historic Cherokee Golf Course drew an opinionated crowd as the lines to get into the meeting Monday flowed out the door. → Read More

Weekly COVID-19 updates ending soon? Gov. Beshear says trends still moving in good direction

It's been two years since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Kentucky and all signs are pointing to continued optimism and a good direction, again. → Read More

Brett Hankison's defense rests case, jurors to hear closing statements in next day of trial

The fate of a former Louisville Metro police officer, on trial for charges connected to the deadly raid on Breonna Taylor's apartment, will soon be in the hands of the jury. → Read More

Newly elected Kentucky House Rep. Katurah Herron discusses her historic win and priorities

A local criminal justice activist made history as the first openly LGBTQ person elected to the Kentucky State House. Keturah Herron spoke to WLKY about her groundbreaking victory and her priorities in office. → Read More

Project CommUNITY: Barber seeks to use Louisville barbershops to start mental health conversations

The Confess Project is a movement that takes the haven of conversation in barbershops, and arms barbers with the tools to start the dialogue about addressing mental health. → Read More

TARC executive director faces another grilling over growing complaints on paratransit service

TARC leaders were grilled by Metro Council members over growing complaints about poor service on a transportation line for people with disabilities. → Read More

Louisville mayoral candidates discuss how to improve mental health in community

The candidates were tasked with explaining their plans to remove barriers to access services, especially in the Black community. → Read More

Louisville jail could undergo separate independent investigation

With mounting issues at Metro Corrections, the calls for accountability and a thorough investigation are growing louder. → Read More

Kentucky House passes bill revamping jobless benefit rules after impassioned debate

The Kentucky House voted Thursday to revamp rules for unemployment benefits, capping an impassioned debate over the bill's impact on laid-off workers and the state's economy. → Read More

Kentucky man accused of shooting suspect in brother's killing heads to court

A Shepherdsville man answered to charges that he tried to kill one of the men arrested for his brother's murder. → Read More

Relatives seek leads year later for slain Louisville father, daughter

While one of the girls survived, relatives gathered Wednesday night to remember the two lives lost as their murders are still unsolved. → Read More

Nonprofit addresses concerns for soon-to-open safe outdoor space for Louisville homeless

A Louisville nonprofit addressed concerns from the public after it was selected by the city to oversee Louisville's new safe outdoor space for the homeless. → Read More

Frazier History Museum looks at JCPS diversity

It all centers around diversity within Jefferson County Public Schools and the long battle over race, busing and schools. The series took a look into the past and the path forward. → Read More

JCPS outlines standard operating procedures for school officers

Jefferson County Public Schools moved a step closer to creating guidelines for school safety officers. → Read More

Louisville groups come together to take new approach to fighting gun violence

The group of organizations came together to present what they believe is the answer to decreasing crime and having an impact on young people. → Read More

JCPS town hall focuses on safety officers in schools

Jefferson County Public Schools parents weighed in on a proposed plan to boost the number of safety officers during a town hall. → Read More

Bourbon auction raises over $3 million for western Kentucky tornado relief

The Kentucky Distillers' Association is using the spirit of the commonwealth to help tornado victims. → Read More

Jeffersonville unveils new plans to improve traffic patterns with Charlestown Pike Project

A new project has been revealed that could bring improvement to traffic patterns in southern Indiana. → Read More

Cars line up for Thanksgiving meals prepared by Louisville students wanting to give back

Louisville students used their culinary skills to help local families in need. → Read More