Matthew Glowicki, The Courier-Journal

Matthew Glowicki

The Courier-Journal

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past:
  • Indianapolis Star
  • USA TODAY
  • North Jersey News
  • Enquirer
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • 13News Now
  • KARE 11
  • WLTX
  • Knoxville News Sentinel

Recent articles by Matthew:

Coronavirus news roundup: Beshear gives reopening dates for state parks, some pools

While announcing new dates for tourism reopenings, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said he's focused on a cautious loosening of COVID-19 restrictions. → Read More

Capitol protesters sue Beshear over 'unconstitutional' mass gathering prohibition

Protesters are suing Gov. Andy Beshear over his mass gathering order, saying it's vague, overly broad and violates their constitutional rights. → Read More

About 50 people protest Kentucky's only abortion clinic during Mother's Day weekend

Ahead of Mother's Day, a few dozen anti-abortion protesters standing outside the EMW Women's Surgical Center tried to speak to the women who entered. → Read More

How Louisville celebrated the Kentucky Derby Day that wasn't, thanks to the coronavirus

The coronavirus pushed the 146th Kentucky Derby to September, but the first Saturday of May was still a day to celebrate in Louisville for many. → Read More

Midday COVID-19 update: Testing lags, 90K more Kentuckians file for unemployment

Indiana's coronavirus death toll has surpassed 1,000, officials said Thursday. New unemployment figures show 90,000 Kentuckians applied last week. → Read More

No event, no problem. Kentucky Derby marathon runner hits the street for her own race

Aiming to run 26 miles while she's 26 years old, Morgan Stemple ran a marathon Saturday, the day of the cancelled Kentucky Derby Festival marathon. → Read More

Coronavirus midday update: 44 new Indiana deaths, Kentucky prepares for expanded testing

After a week that saw new testing sites open across the state, Kentucky recorded its single-day high case count Friday. More sites will open next week. → Read More

Patience is wearing thin for Kentuckians still awaiting unemployment checks

Unemployed Kentuckians are still waiting for state aid amid the coronavirus pandemic. Officials say the system they are trying their best. → Read More

COVID-19 midday update: UK, U of L plan cost-cutting measures; JCPS last day likely moved

Both the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville announced cost-cutting measures on Tuesday in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Judge issues temporary restraining order allowing drive-in service at Louisville church

U.S. District Judge Justin Walker granted On Fire Christian Church's request to ban the city of Louisville from prohibiting drive-in church services. → Read More

Saturday midday update: Indiana reports 30 new deaths, license plate decision criticized

Kentucky saw its largest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases on Friday. Indiana reported 30 new deaths from coronavirus Saturday morning. → Read More

Kentucky AG: Beshear's plan to record Easter churchgoers' license plates is 'arbitrary'

Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron criticized Gov. Andy Beshear's plan to collect license plate info of attendees of in-person Easter services amid COVID-19 → Read More

Rand Paul, Thomas Massie slam Beshear over quarantine plan for Easter church-goers

Beshear said during his 5 p.m. news conference that law enforcement will record license plate numbers. → Read More

Louisville police officers to record license plate numbers of Easter weekend churchgoers

Mayor Greg Fischer said police will record license plate numbers of Easter weekend churchgoers. He's asked people to skip services due to COVID-19. → Read More

Help! My landlord is showing my apartment during the coronavirus pandemic. What can I do?

A Louisville renter trying to self-quarantine for 14 days before seeing their father had their apartment shown to a stranger despite their protests. → Read More

Coronavirus midday update: Indiana sees 14 news deaths, health officials stress distancing

Whether you're out for a walk or tackling some project indoors, here's your Saturday midday update. → Read More

'The surge is coming': COVID-19 kills a fifth Kentuckian as Beshear warns of what's ahead

As news of a deal on a $2 trillion stimulus package came out of Congress, the governor has ordered "non-life-sustaining" businesses to close. → Read More

Complaints streaming in about cosmetologists working amid coronavirus in Kentucky

Kentucky's Board of Cosmetology has been inundated with reports of alleged cases of people defying the governor's order to close nail and hair salons. → Read More

Kentucky coronavirus midday update: Kroger to set aside hour for seniors, high-risk customers

Even though it's the weekend, you can expect COVID-19 updates throughout the weekend. Here's your midday Saturday update. → Read More

Midday COVID-19 update: Kentucky Derby pushed to September, Ky General Assembly continuing despite opposition

Midday COVID-19 update: Kentucky Derby pushed to September, Ky General Assembly continuing despite opposition → Read More