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Past articles by Gabrielle:

Bluegrass VegFest showcasing local vegan bites

After a short hiatus, the Louisville-based vegan food festival is returning with more than 60 local vendors. → Read More

Bluegrass VegFest returns, showcasing local vegan bites

After a short hiatus, the Louisville-based vegan food festival is returning July 9 with more than 60 local vendors. → Read More

Quills Coffee expands, opens new location in Jeffersontown

Quills first opened in 2007 and has been expanding throughout Kentuckiana ever since. → Read More

'Gives them hope', JCPS program for Black men by Black men

Created by young Black men for young Black men, the program's goal is to help kids rewrite the narrative of what it means to be a Black man. → Read More

JCPS in-school clinics aimed to help increase student vaccination rate

“We know that families may have reasons for not being vaccinated at this point, but we don’t want accessibility to be one of them," said Dr. Eva Stone. → Read More

'Twosday' welcomes newlyweds, babies during historic palindrome

"Well, who wouldn't want to get married on that day," said newlywed Kiersten Stivers. → Read More

Controversial education bill advances in Kentucky Senate

The bill prohibits educators from requiring assignments deemed political or socially ideological if they go against the student or their family’s values or beliefs. → Read More

Controversial education bill advances in Kentucky Senate

The bill prohibits educators from requiring assignments deemed political or socially ideological if they go against the student or their family’s values or beliefs. → Read More

Louisville pilot program will give young people $500 a month for a year

The guaranteed income program will provide $500 a month to young people between the ages of 18 to 24 in the Russell, California and Smoketown neighborhoods. → Read More

'It's getting worse and worse'

Following the recent ice storm, major potholes have been seen around Louisville - from the interstates to neighborhood roads. → Read More

From the bayou to the bluegrass, Meet Louisville's new Archbishop

Archbishop Shelton J. Fabre will now become the fifth Archbishop to lead the Archdiocese of Louisville. → Read More

Kentucky woman recalls living through 1994, 2009 and 2022 winter storms

Who could forget about the 2009 ice storm? Thousands of people in Louisville were without power for days after more than an inch of ice covered the city. → Read More

Louisville church is seeking donations for pop-up shelter, homeless

"We're just being the hands and feet of Jesus," said Voice of Truth Church Pastor Daniel Gex. → Read More

Mayor, health officials concerned about disparities amid COVID-19

Jefferson County Health Officials are starting to see the decline in COVID cases, but there still are concerns about health disparities. → Read More

Louisville health leaders concerned about treatment access after FDA halts 2 antibody therapies

With only one monoclonal antibody therapy remaining, Louisville health leaders are concerned about access and supply. → Read More

Bill introduced to make charitable bail organizations illegal in Kentucky

The new bill would make it illegal for non-profit or charitable bail organizations to operate, furnish bail or funds to serve as bail, or make bail bonds. → Read More

Bonded by marrow | Marrow donor meets 'new brother,' man whose life he saved

In 2019, Chris Lyons was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. → Read More

and keep going' | Louisville community members celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

For the 50th year, a motorcade to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was held in Louisville. → Read More

How Kentucky counties dealt with Thursday's snowfall

From Louisville to Elizabethtown and Bardstown, here's how some of Kentucky's counties handled the first big snow of the year. → Read More

Apartment fire displaces families days before Christmas

Fire officials said the fire started in a bedroom and extended into the attic. → Read More