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Marvis Herring


Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Marvis:

Simmons College encourages more investment during annual luncheon

Louisville's only Historically Black College is pushing for more community investment as it aims to uplift Louisville. → Read More

Louisville art exhibit aims to increase number of Black organ donors

The agency said that the chances of transplant success increases when patients are matched with someone from the same race or ethnicity. → Read More

New efforts to boost radon testing in Kentucky

The American Lung Association of Kentucky is pushing for more awareness, saying the dangerous gas could be inside people's homes without them knowing. → Read More

'Come From Away' cast member speaks with WLKY after opening night in Louisville

The show opened at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts this week → Read More

Custom bourbon experience coming to Louisville Slugger Museum

Hillerich & Bradsby Co., the company that makes Louisville Slugger wooden bats and owns Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, is jumping into the bourbon industry. → Read More

Kentucky Opera returns after two-year COVID-19 delay

Kentucky Opera teamed up with Louisville Ballet and Bourbon Baroque Orchestra to create a reimagined production of the centuries-old opera 'Orfeo' → Read More

Dropbox in Kentucky helps properly dispose of American flags

Joshua Griffin, a local Boy Scout, created a flag retirement dropbox to collect and then properly dispose of American flags. → Read More

New Louisville exhibit shows new side of desegregation in schools

A new exhibition at Roots 101 African American Museum is sharing a new perspective of Louisville’s Black history. → Read More

Alzheimer's affecting Black population at disproportionate rate

Research continues to show that Alzheimer’s disease is affecting African Americans at a much higher rate than white Americans. → Read More

Newborn puppies rescued in Louisville

Two newborn puppies are receiving critical care treatment after their mother and siblings froze to death over the weekend → Read More

What mothers should know about breastfeeding and COVID-19: Louisville doctors explain

Laura Serke, a NICU dietitian at the hospital, said before mothers throw breastmilk out, they should speak to a medical expert. → Read More

Louisville agency fighting homelessness with raffle

A Louisville nonprofit that helps the homeless hopes the community will step up and join its efforts → Read More

Louisville doctors highlight importance of COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites

It’s an effort to decrease the high amount of traffic they’re seeing at Norton Immediate Care Centers → Read More

Simmons College to buy former Central Colored School

Simmons College of Kentucky received a $350,000 check from the National Baptist Convention of America → Read More

West Louisville Christian school opens, looks to expand

The founder and executive director, Tod Moore, said that he hopes to increase literacy and graduation rates in the area, while simultaneously promoting peace. → Read More

'True American patriot': Funeral service held for former Kentucky State Rep. Darryl Owens

The former state representative was remembered for his years of compassionate and honest service → Read More

$20 million investment for job skills training in Russell area

Multimillion-dollar investment being made in Russell neighborhood, aiming to promote new growth and equity → Read More

New bar with place to dance opens in the Highlands

The former HopCat Bar building in the Highlands is no longer empty → Read More

Fern Creek family travels globe, offers budget tips for others

Their 8 and 9-year-olds are learning new languages, budgeting skills, and even spent three weeks doing missionary work in Uganda. → Read More

Louisville goats help recycle Christmas trees

Two goats in the Clifton area are ready to help people dispose of their unpainted trees → Read More