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Katrina Nickell


Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Katrina:

DOJ wants Louisville community input on how to approach next steps in process with LMPD

The DOJ is looking for the community's input as it moves forward. → Read More

Colder temperatures coming to Louisville as thousands remain without power

There are more than 9,000 people without electrical power around the Louisville area on Tuesday night, four days after severe weather hit the city. → Read More

Oldham County Schools approves teacher raises, cuts expenses in other areas

The board of education approved a 2% salary increase for all teachers this week, in addition to teachers' step increase, which is about 1%. → Read More

Nelson County teachers, educators protest school board's decision to kill facilities plan

The group marched together in protest of the school board's decision that killed a facilities plan, two years in the making. → Read More

Proposed bill would be 'good first step' in addressing Kentucky's teacher shortage

The bill still needs to pass the full house and senate. → Read More

Louisville tech company reflects on past year, supporting Ukrainian employees

Slingshot, a Louisville-based technology company, has more than two dozen employees in Ukraine. → Read More

Nelson County School board votes to effectively kill campus community project

Principals of all 12 Nelson County Schools signed off on a letter and took their words to the podium on Tuesday. → Read More

Louisville WWII veteran gearing up to celebrate 98th birthday daredevil-style

Lee Smith won't celebrate his birthday with just balloons and a birthday cake this year. → Read More

3 teens arrested, police searching for more suspects in Shepherdsville car theft

Police are searching for suspects after a woman's car was stolen and gun shots were fired in Shepherdsville on Saturday night. → Read More

La Grange approves business license for addiction treatment center near Main Street

The license for Kentucky Recovery, formerly Kentucky Mental Health Care, was granted Feb. 1. → Read More

Indiana lawmakers push bill to make school board elections partisan races

Parents and current school board members are split in their opinions of the bill. → Read More

Louisville universities paying close attention to AI-powered essay generator

ChatGPT is a free website that can generate text on demand based on what it has learned from a database of books, online writings and other medias. → Read More

Clarksville developer hopes to turn page on former America's Best Motel property

Form G is looking to build a multi-family residential development off of I-65 and Eastern Boulevard. → Read More

JCPS, Moms Demand Action group to discuss safe gun storage at next school board meeting

At the JCPS Board of Education's upcoming meeting on Tuesday, Moms Demand Action will present measures people can take to safely secure guns. → Read More

Family of 27-year-old who died at LaRue County Detention Center suing jail employees

Dalton Milby, who was being housed at LaRue County Detention Center, died at the jail on Feb. 12, 2022. His family is now suing for negligence, wrongful death and other → Read More

Bar in Louisville's Germantown neighborhood passes out free morning after pills

The groups hosting the event said it's all about welcoming people in to educate them about the pill. → Read More

Shepherdsville mayor unveils $30 million plan to revitalize city park in Bullitt County

SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Mayor of Shepherdsville has unveiled a multi-million dollar project to revitalize the city's main park. → Read More

Louisville public defenders continue fight for contract one year after vote to unionize

Attorneys voted to unionize in January 2022 in a 32-5 vote and have been in negotiations with management since July 2022. → Read More

Gov. Beshear promotes education plan to invest in teacher salaries, universal pre-k

Beshear said it is only the stepping stone to recruit and retain teachers in the commonwealth, which will help students. → Read More

Nelson County residents speak out against idea of merging high schools

But after hearing hours of opposition to the merger, the Nelson County Schools' Board of Education is back to its original plan. → Read More