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Past articles by Grace:

Highlands businesses prepare for busy weekend ahead of 50th St. Patrick's Parade

The parade starts at 3 p.m. at the corner of Broadway and Baxter Avenue. → Read More

Clarksville high schoolers design handmade bowls to be sold at charity dinner

It's the return of a big event: the first Empty Bowls dinner since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Bullitt County boosting bourbon tourism with resort complex on I-65 hillside

The Judge Executive said the plan is "a gamechanger" for the community. → Read More

'For me, it's a dream come true' | UPS pilot works to increase diversity in aviation

As his career has progressed, Captain Handel Wellington said it's given birth to a new goal: inspiring more minority pilots to share the same dream. → Read More

'It's an epidemic' | Narcan saves teenager's life in southern Indiana

Weatherford was working at the Town Hall when she saw a man rush next door to the police department. → Read More

WDRB KITCHEN PLAYBOOK | Try out these super recipes for your gameday celebrations

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- When most people think of how to celebrate the Super Bowl, it often has something to do with food. To help you make the right call → Read More

WaterStep sends supplies overseas after devastating earthquake in Turkey

WaterStep has teamed up with GE and the Ahiska Turk Community in Louisville to send 40 50-pound bags of salt and 40 BleachMakers. → Read More

Students inspired to pursue aviation careers through Breckenridge County H.S. program

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A pathway program at Breckenridge County High School is encouraging kids to keep their heads in the clouds. → Read More

Students inspired to pursue aviation careers through Breckinridge County H.S. program

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A pathway program at Breckinridge County High School is encouraging kids to keep their heads in the clouds. → Read More

KFC partners with Western Governors University to offer free college tuition

Employees qualify to take part in the program the same day they're hired. → Read More

Advocate for Louisville veterans praises VA's expansion of mental health services

The VA is expanding its mental health services nationwide, and that expansion is expected to help tens of thousands of Louisville veterans in their time of crisis. → Read More

Simulated emergencies help train officers, civilians in St. Matthews

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Inside the St. Matthews Police Department, officers are temporarily trading in their issued weapons for simulated ones. → Read More

Louisville-area police departments making use of online community crime maps

As crime reports from around Louisville are submitted to police, many of them are mapped a special online Community Crime Map -- but not all of them. → Read More

Car theft up in Louisville, but some vehicles more likely to be stolen than others

Not all vehicles are created equal. → Read More

Louisville's murder rate down slightly in 2022 with 160 violent deaths

While that number is less than last year's death toll of 174, community activist Christopher 2X said it's still bad news. → Read More

Thousands in Grayson and Hart Counties still without water days after winter storm

It's not just the lack of clean water. Local officials are concerned about fires and other emergencies. → Read More

$8 million renovation begins on Louisville's Main Library

The project will update both the inside and outside of the building on York Street. → Read More

Beshear announces changes, improvements to Kentucky's juvenile justice facilities

Nearly half of the 171 male juveniles housed in detention centers throughout the commonwealth are charged with violent felonies. → Read More

LMPD welcomes diverse group to active duty after graduation ceremony

The new class bumps LMPD's staffing up to 1,050, but that still leaves a shortage of 278 officers. → Read More

'God spared us' | Taylor County family rebuilds after December 2021 tornado

Devastation struck their home in the early hours of Dec. 11. → Read More