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Stephen Goin


Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Stephen:

Louisville utility, water disconnections resume; resources available for at-risk families

In the heat of the summer, thousands of Louisville families are at risk of losing electricity and air conditioning. → Read More

‘It’s really discouraging’: Homicide victims’ families react after LMPD chief says officers ‘reluctant’ to act

The father of a slain Louisville man said it was discouraging to hear LMPD Chief Erika Shields characterize department officers as “reluctant” to be proactive. → Read More

Louisville ‘(Un)Known Project’ to highlight once forgotten names of Kentucky slaves

The history of slavery in Louisville will serve as inspiration for a new art installation along the Ohio River. → Read More

Southern Indiana students recover learning lost during pandemic with math, engineering camp

A summer camp in Clark County has some students feeling more prepared for the fall semester. → Read More

Louisville students’ performance inspires bill to ban natural hair discrimination by schools, employers

Inspired by a local group of young hip-hop performers, new legislation would stop natural hair discrimination by schools and employers in Louisville. → Read More

JCPS developing ‘Black studies’ course with UofL as lawmakers propose critical race theory bans

UofL is creating a Black studies course with JCPS at the same time elected officials in Kentucky have proposed a ban on many concepts that would be taught within the program. → Read More

Beshear directs $27 million to Louisville for eviction, rental assistance programs

As state and federal eviction moratoriums loom, Kentucky is setting aside millions more in rental relief for the commonwealth’s two largest cities. → Read More

Downtown Revitalization Team unveils action plan as Louisville continues to reopen

The team’s final recommendations were released Tuesday with a focus on large events, marketing efforts, and infrastructure improvements. → Read More

Louisville bars, restaurants prepare for Memorial Day weekend business as COVID rules ease

Friday, capacity will increase to 75% at Kentucky bars and restaurants. → Read More

JCPS ‘do-over’ year approved by school board for more than 700 students

The Jefferson County Board of Education approved supplemental school years Tuesday for hundreds of students who requested a “do-over.” → Read More

Louisville venues to see large events over Memorial Day weekend as restrictions ease

Large, in-person events over Memorial Day weekend could kick off a busy summer in Louisville, according to officials. → Read More

‘Restore equal access’: Metro council members urge Fischer to reopen Rundill Road at Iroquois Park

The debate to reopen a major roadway at Iroquois Park is intensifying as three Louisville Metro Council members urge Mayor Greg Fischer to reopen the thoroughfare. → Read More

Local business still face challenges as Beshear eases capacity, face masks restrictions

As Gov. Andy Beshear gradually lifts COVID restrictions, Kentucky businesses are still experiencing hardships. → Read More

Louisville hardware stores impacted by national lumber shortages, cost increases

Across the country, lumber and metal shortages are impacting large and small businesses. → Read More

‘All eyes on Derby’: Louisville organizers plan protests for Kentucky Derby weekend

Louisville activists plan to protest Kentucky Derby 147 and hold at least one other major rally the day before. → Read More

Kentucky further from lifting COVID restrictions as vaccination rate decreases

Kentucky public health data indicates it could take months to reach Gov. Andy Beshear’s goal of 2.5 million vaccinations. → Read More

Over 100 New Albany Floyd County students vaccinated at in-school clinics

In between classes, about 120 students at New Albany Floyd County schools received the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Woman shot, followed while driving near Assumption High School

A woman was taken to the hospital Wednesday after she was shot in the hand while driving, according to Louisville police. → Read More

Father dies trying to save 1-year-old daughter from suspected arson at Calif. home

Police believe the fire is one of several retaliatory attacks related to the fatal shooting of a man believed to have had gang ties. → Read More

UofL Health opens appointments for Cardinal Stadium mass vaccination site

Appointments opened Wednesday for the mass vaccination site coming to Cardinal Stadium on Monday. → Read More