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Past articles by Jessie:

Metro Health officials to monitor local businesses for COVID-19 violations during St. Patrick’s Day

Officials are expected to check out businesses who may violate COVID-19 restrictions issued by the city and state. → Read More

Wife looks for answers in Louisville man's death, one of the first in an already violent year

The community Duan Calloway gave his heart and soul to gathered to reach out to his memory. → Read More

Breonna Taylor's mother, gun violence survivors to distribute food to community

Tamika Palmer plans to celebrate her daughter's life while also shedding light on the record number of lives lost to gun violence. → Read More

Nominees for review board will provide accountability and oversight to LMPD

Eleven ordinary Louisvillians have been nominated to be a part of the city's new Civilian Review and Accountability Board. → Read More

Southern Indiana town surprised with outcome as flood levels peak

The small town of Utica which sits north of Louisville, Kentucky had little impact from flooding stemming from heavy rains last weekend. → Read More

'The biggest hazard is what you don't see.'

“The biggest hazard is what you don't see,” Captain Taylor Moore, with the Okolona Fire Department, said. → Read More

New leaders emerge following death of Breonna Taylor

Following Breonna Taylor's death, Louisville saw a group of diverse leaders move to the forefront. → Read More

Homeless advocates claim Metro Police did not replace all that was displaced after downtown camp cleared

Louisville Metro Police have apologized but groups say those affected by the clearing are still without their belonging. → Read More

Here’s the latest on the timeline for phase 1C COVID-19 vaccinations

It's the longest waiting game of the times; when will you receive the COVID-19 vaccine? As Kentucky is now towards the end of phase 1B, 1C isn't far behind. → Read More

Heroes: Ky. hospital staff keeps areas sanitized amid COVID-19

Beyond the front lines, there are hospital staff members we often don't hear about. They're responsible for creating safe conditions around hospitals. → Read More

Residents along Dixie Highway say $55M project aimed at safety is creating issues

Those on Kurz Way say they have no choice but to use a u-turn when traveling to and from their homes. → Read More

Parents of missing teenage kayaker expand search efforts across Kentucky

The parents of Jacob Stover are increasing their search efforts in finding their son Jacob after he went missing more than three weeks ago on the Ohio River. → Read More

Louisville Tourism announces new president and CEO

Louisville Tourism is welcoming Cleo Battle, it's current Chief Operating Officer, as it's President and CEO of the organization. → Read More

It's snowing in Kentuckiana! How locals are preparing to hunker down

Our teams traveled the region to talk to people as they were making their way home. → Read More

No crowds at 2021 Thunder Over Louisville or the Pegasus Parade: What happens to local businesses?

Since there will be no crowds at this year's fireworks celebration and the Pegasus Parade, some businesses wonder how they will fair during a stressed economy. → Read More

Southern Indiana homeless coalition transitions to hotel mode for white flag emergency shelters

COVID-19 has organizations looking for new ways to help the homeless as freezing temperatures hit Southern Indiana. → Read More

Louisville's Zanzabar is hosting their first concerts in nearly a year

For the first time in nearly ten months Zanzabar, a popular Louisville music venue and bar, is bringing back live concerts. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccination appointments are filling up fast across Kentucky

The Lincoln Trail District Health Department opened up COVID-19 vaccine registration to people in phase 1B. → Read More

If you're 70 or older, you can get the COVID-19 vaccine in Indiana

Those with the state say it's their goal to expand eligibility as quickly as supplies and resources allow. → Read More

Louisville faith leaders condemn pastor for calling a curse on those he says stole the election

Bob Rodgers of Evangel World Prayer Center is receiving backlash after he 'cursed' those who he says are responsible for stealing the 2020 election. → Read More