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Recent articles by Margaret:

After a freak accident halted business, this Louisville sweets shop is back up and running

With a glob of frosting and a spatula, the baker behind Sugar High Louisville can make dreams come true. → Read More

KYTC details detour for 5-day overpass closure in Louisville

Electronic message boards were installed to warn drivers of the scheduled closure for the rehabilitation project. → Read More

Hoosier signs on for college basketball after recovering from life-threatening injury

Lily Moore was washing dishes in the sixth grade when a glass fell and broke. → Read More

LMPD investigating shooting that kills 1, injures another in Old Louisville

The Louisville Metro Police Department is investigating after a shooting in Old Louisville leaves one person dead and another critically injured Friday. → Read More

Where in Louisville can I donate supplies for eastern Kentucky?

Eastern Kentucky folks are devastated by the recent flooding in the area, and are asking for help. → Read More

'We are here to support you now': President Biden approves Kentucky governor's request for aid

President Joe Biden has approved the request for federal aid to help with recovery efforts in eastern Kentucky after 13 counties experienced historic flooding. → Read More

Clarksville Police investigate bomb threat at Walmart, Sam's Club, give 'all clear'

Clarksville Police Department said they are investigating a bomb threat at the Walmart and Sam's Club. → Read More

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Louisville building houses in western Kentucky

The volunteers are helping the Bowling Green/Warren County Habitat for Humanity build 10 houses in 10 weeks. → Read More

LMPD: Missing boy dies after being rescued from neighbor's pool

LMPD said officers responded to a call of a missing boy at 7:58 p.m. Friday in the 17000 block of Ashburton Drive. → Read More

LMPD investigating after shooting causes traffic delays on Watterson Expressway

LMPD said officers responded to a report of a shooting around 5:30 p.m. on I-264 westbound near Cane Run Road. → Read More

LMPD finds Louisville man, Golden Alert canceled

Louisville Metro Police said Quantez Walker has been found. → Read More

Louisville landlords can bulk request rental assistance; Are you eligible?

The goal is to streamline the rental relief process and reduce paperwork barriers. → Read More

Buy Local Fair returns, over 100 booths expected

This year's cooking competition will feature Chef Jeff Daily of Proof on Main and Chef Henry Wesley of 8UP. → Read More

Police arrest man suspected of hitting 2 men in Russell neighborhood

Police said they arrested 54-year-old Robert Hollis in connection with the incident. → Read More

Kentucky State Fair hiring for over dozen roles before annual festival

Pay ranges from $11-13.50 an hour and jumps to $16.50-$20.25 during overtime. → Read More

LMPD searching for missing 12-year-old girl, issue Operation Return Home

LMPD says Ra'Janae Kannamore-Carter takes medication daily and may be in need of medical treatment. → Read More

Copper & Kings releases first bourbon

The bourbon features sourced bourbon and it's finished for 13 months in their brandy barrels. → Read More

Lawsuit: UofL whistleblower says college 'retaliated' against her

A former high-ranking official at the University of Louisville is suing over what she says happened behind the scenes during the Dino Gaudio extortion attempt. → Read More

Louisville Metro Police investigating after shooting in Jacobs neighborhood

LMPD says they responded to a call of a shooting around 2 p.m. Monday in the 3600 block of Georgetown Place. → Read More

'This building is old': The Irish Rover receives national recognition, grant

The National Trust for Historic Preservation's program helps support small historic restaurants around the country. → Read More