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Grace Hayba


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Recent articles by Grace:

Kentucky ABC providing free date rape drug tests to Louisville bars

The stickers will be provided at no cost to bar owners, employees, and other community partners. → Read More

Artist unveils new exhibit inside Muhammad Ali Center

New art is coming to life at the Muhammad Ali Center in downtown Louisville. → Read More

Allergies or COVID? Louisville doctor explains the symptoms to watch for

Spring is allergy season in Kentuckiana, but with COVID-19 on the rise, how do you tell if you're sick or just need an antihistamine? → Read More

Take a tour of Kentucky Derby history at Churchill Downs

Have you ever wanted to take a tour of Churchill Downs? → Read More

Churchill Downs' bugler surprises cancer patient with special performance

On Wednesday morning, the "Call to Post" signaled a major milestone in a track worker's cancer journey. → Read More

MEET BARRY | Kentucky Derby Museum Tour Guide shares favorite memories from track

The 148th Run for the Roses will be the tour guide's 43rd Kentucky Derby. → Read More

Kentucky Derby season kicks into high gear with fun-filled weekend of events

It is just eight days until Kentucky Derby 148, and the Kentucky Derby Festival is in high gear with the return of many big events. → Read More

Bullitt County venue offering reduced rates for weddings disrupted by Kentucky tornadoes

People are still picking up after last week's tornadoes, but the damage is also impacting wedding season for some brides. → Read More

2022 Build a Bed Event kicks off at Broadbent Arena

Langley is the director of community support services for JCPS and says he looks forward to the event each year to help meet the need in the area. → Read More

Crews working to finish renovations at Churchill Downs in time for Kentucky Derby 148

The historic track welcomes horse racing fans for the Derby on May 7. → Read More

Louisville resident rescues pit bull from dog fighting ring

April 8 is National Dog Fighting Awareness Day, and while the practice is illegal in every state, tens of thousands of people still do it. → Read More

Kentuckiana officials plan to use opioid settlement dollars to treat and prevent addiction

Four drug companies will pay Kentucky $483 million and Indiana $507 million after a class action lawsuit. → Read More

Louisville Bats prepare for Opening Day

Louisville Bats President Greg Galiette says they've been preparing for Tuesday night for the entire off season. → Read More

Hadley Pottery to close its doors after 84 years in business

The Louisville institution said it will close by the end of the year. → Read More

Louisville home market could take years to level off

With the home market the hottest it has ever been, realtors say they're removing For Sale signs almost as fast as they're putting them up. → Read More

LMPD holds graveside remembrance ceremony for fallen officer Peter Grignon

A ceremony Wednesday honored an LMPD officer killed in the line of duty 17 years ago. → Read More

Man dies after police shooting in the Highlands neighborhood early Friday

The shooting happened about 7:30 a.m. Friday. → Read More

Spalding University, Simmons College form partnership to expand resources for students

The two schools have advocated for better programs for each other for years. → Read More

Humana employees returning to downtown Louisville offices

Humana employees can now return to work in downtown Louisville. → Read More

Louisville's St. Patrick's Parade set to go on as planned despite winter weather

With another round of winter weather on its way, the Ancient Order of Hibernians said the 2022 St. Patrick's Parade in the Highlands is still set to go on as → Read More