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Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Scott:

Louisville production company behind 'Jesus Revolution' movie releasing this month

Actor Kelsey Grammar plays a pastor that transforms his church with a hippie evangelist. → Read More

Retiring police chief Rick McCubbin 'enjoyed every minute' of 40 years in law enforcement

The Shepherdsville Police Chief announced on Monday his plan to retire Jan. 2. McCubbin has been in the middle of high-profile cases that have drawn national attention, like a trio → Read More

Thousands of fans attend Louder Than Life in Louisville to rock out

The festival has been growing over the years since starting in 2014. Organizers are expecting a massive crowd this year. → Read More

After losing second son to fentanyl overdose, Louisville family speaks out

They wanted to tell their story to prevent others from dying from fentanyl poisoning. → Read More

Kentucky Derby upset produces 'unheard of' Pentafecta at Churchill Downs

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The exacta and trifecta are pretty common horse bets. Picking the first four horses in correct order is the rare superfecta. Then there’s the little known → Read More

Mom who lost legs shielding kids from Henryville tornadoes continues to thrive

Ten years after losing her legs due to injuries she received while shielding her children from the devastating tornadoes that tore through Henryville in 2012, Stephanie Decker and her family → Read More

Henryville restaurant rebuilds, renames but 'nobody will ever forget' the 2012 tornado

The 2012 tornado brought winds up to 175 miles per hour, strong enough to lift a school bus from across the street and send it flying into the restaurant. → Read More

TikTok launches music career of Louisville man who never believed he could sing

"Last year taught me not to dream so small and set bigger goals, because if you want it you can make it happen." → Read More

The pothole problem: Metro Public Works filling potholes left behind after winter weather

While the potholes are a headache for drivers, they're a windfall for local tire shops. → Read More

South Carolina company works to save universities money when they part ways with coaches

Major colleges have paid more than $500 million to coaches on their way out in the last decade. While the numbers may be staggering, a South Carolina company wants to → Read More

Graves County church full of supplies for tornado victims

But just down the road, another church about a mile away — Catalyst — was untouched by the tornado. → Read More

Louisville Vietnam veteran wants others to understand importance of Veterans Day

Earl Yocum, 77, was awarded the Purple Heart, which he keeps with him at all times — along with the terrifying memories. → Read More

GCCS shifting gears in attempt to get around bus driver shortage

With a shortage of bus drivers, every worker in the transportation department might have to chip in, using all available vehicles. → Read More

Former SRO says program is 'paramount' in JCPS schools

Clayton Elliott, who served as an SRO for five years at two different JCPS Schools, believes every school should have an officer to help the kids inside, and to deal → Read More

J-town police chief says SRO could have prevented high school evacuation

Beyond relationships, Sanders says SROs need to be uniformed and carry a gun. → Read More

Built in Louisville, Block by Block provides cities with specialized services

Even though the company employs around 3,000 people nationwide, its name won't be found unless the office is visited on Fourth Street in downtown Louisville. → Read More

Louisville artist manager helping musicians achieve dreams

Frazier's artists include Grammy nominated Volbeat, Multi-Platinum Saving Abel and Flaw. → Read More

Louisville company says it's ahead of federal mandates for COVID vaccines, testing

If office workers aren't vaccinated, they get tested each week. Dozens of employees get swabbed every Tuesday at a cost of $100 per person. → Read More

Buffalo Trace Distillery racks up awards amid construction on $1.2 billion expansion

In the Bourbon world, Buffalo Trace Distillery is akin to Alabama in college football. → Read More

Settlement reached with JCPS student who was dragged by bus in 2015

Just before the case was handed to a jury this week, an undisclosed settlement was reached between the family and JCPS and its insurance company. → Read More