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Past articles by Thomas:

RePower South recycling facility will open soon. But some environmentalists are worried.

Berkeley County has promised to provide RePower South at least 120,000 tons of their waste every year, and an estimated 72,000 tons would be diverted from the landfill. But some → Read More

Matt Bevin tweets about his private meeting with Trump, touts Trump 2020

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has been an open supporter of Donald Trump since 2016. On Monday he tweeted that he expects Trump will be re-elected in 2020. → Read More

A Louisville couple just won $3 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket

A Louisville couple had an unforgettable moment Sunday when they won $3 million with a ticket for the Kentucky Lottery's Break Fort Knox game. → Read More

Suspect accused of shooting man in Olive Garden lobby pleads not guilty

Suspect Devone Frank Briggs has pleaded not guilty in connection with a high-profile February fatal shooting at Louisville's Outer Loop Olive Garden. → Read More

Man connected to fatal Olive Garden shooting at Jefferson Mall arrested

Louisville Metro Police have arrested a man who they believe shot and killed a customer at Olive Garden at Jefferson Mall on Saturday night. → Read More

Body found in Shawnee neighborhood

LMPD received a call around 12:20 p.m. of a body found in the 600 block of 42nd Street. → Read More

Papa John's is launching a chicken and waffle pizza. Who do we blame!?

Brand decisions are now made on the internet. So Papa John's Pizza decided to leave it up to a Twitter poll to decide their next menu item. → Read More

Mayor urges Indiana hate-crimes bill after swastikas, stickers appear

New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan said Indiana lawmakers need to pass new hate crime laws after Nazi-related graffiti showed up around the city. → Read More

Llamas mysteriously killed in a grisly attack near the Louisville Zoo

Caroline Willette, one of the owners of Louisville llama farm woke up around 7:30 a.m. to see blood and tufts of wool around the property. → Read More

Trump's national emergency may halt Fort Campbell middle school plan

The $62 million project to construct Fort Campbell Middle School near the Tennessee/Kentucky border could be in limbo because of Trump's border wall. → Read More

Longtime GE Appliances employee dies after factory injury in Louisville

A longtime GE Appliances employee died Sunday after being injured at the company's Louisville factory this past week. → Read More

Trump's national emergency may halt a Kentucky military middle school

The $62 million project to construct Fort Campbell Middle School near the Tennessee/Kentucky border could be in limbo because of Trump's border wall. → Read More

Fiery 5-car crash on I-65 in Southern Indiana leaves 3 people dead

A fiery five-car crash left three people dead Tuesday in Seymour, Indiana. → Read More

Man injured in massive Prospect barn fire has died, coroner says

A 61-year-old man was injured in a barn fire in Prospect last month has died. → Read More

How to avoid flood waters so you can get to the Louisville vs. Duke game

University of Louisville basketball fans don't need to be worried about the rain and potential floods ruining Tuesday's game against Duke. → Read More

Why does it always seem to flood this time of year in Louisville?

This week's flooding calls to mind the devastating floods of 1937 and 1997. So, why does it seem to always happen this time of year? → Read More

Only a few crashes, but Ohio River flooding may impact your ride to work

Louisville saw record-breaking rain Monday, and with the city on high alert for flooding, more is expeted to fall on Tuesday. → Read More

No flooding, but Louisville was historically hot and wet on Thursday

Louisville avoided flooding issues Thursday but broke high temperature and rainfall records for Feb. 7, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Google Fiber is pulling out of Louisville

"As we told our customers today, we will be turning off the network on April 15 and their next two months of service are on us." → Read More

Man injured after being shot by Shively officer, police say

Shively Police Lt. Josh Myers told the Courier Journal that an officer shot a man. → Read More