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Past articles by Conner:

KHS in need of milk for sick mother dog, newborn puppies

The organization said the mother dog was brought to them after giving birth to 12 puppies. The mother dog is sick and unable to produce milk for her puppies. → Read More

Police find missing girl after she used TikTok 'help' hand gesture, man arrested

Laurel County Police said a person reported a tip of a girl using a hand gesture made popular on TikTok led to the arrest. The girl was reported missing Nov. 2. → Read More

Kentucky AG files lawsuit against Biden's vaccine mandate for businesses

The lawsuit comes a day after AG Cameron filed against vaccination mandates for federal contractors. → Read More

Louisville Civic Orchestra kicks off season Saturday

This is the 106th season for the community orchestra and Saturday will be the first full-symphonic performances since the pandemic began. → Read More

Cuteness Alert | UofL Health NICU babies show off their very first Halloween costumes

Halloween can be pretty spooky, but these costumes are nothing but adorable! → Read More

LMPD investigating fatal shooting in Russell neighborhood

Police said a man suffering from a gunshot wound was found in the 3100 block of Elliott Avenue. He later died at University of Louisville Hospital. → Read More

Louisville Muhammad Ali International hosting two-day job fair

The job hiring event is being held at the Hilton Garden Inn-Louisville Airport on Crittenden Drive Oct. 27-28. → Read More

NFAC leader 'Grandmaster Jay' indicted by Jefferson County grand jury

"Grandmaster Jay" was indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury on wanton endangerment charges. → Read More

Louisville Metro Councilwoman Jessica Green not seeking re-election

Green made the announcement via Facebook and said she intends to run for Circuit Court Judge, Division 6. → Read More

JCPS board passes 'Test to Stay' at rescheduled meeting

The rescheduled meeting is set for Oct. 7 and JCPS members are expected to vote on the same agenda. This meeting will not feature public comment. → Read More

Why stink bugs are invading our homes and how to get rid of them

The invasive bugs seek a warmer spot before winter hits and that place is often your home. Here's a few tips to keep them out. → Read More

LMPD investigating homicide on Preston Highway

LMPD said a person was shot and killed on Preston Highway. The victim has yet to be identified. → Read More

'I want to make sure this doesn't happen to another mother'

The 16-year-old student was killed at a bus stop Sept. 22. A public visitation is being held at King Solomon Baptist Church. No arrests in the murder have been made. → Read More

LMPD: Man injured in shooting on Taylor Boulevard

A man was taken to UofL Hospital after a shooting in the 4300 block of Taylor Boulevard. → Read More

KFC Yum! Center undergoing major renovations

Stadium renovations include new video boards, audio upgrades and new concession stand branding. → Read More

Clarksville to commemorate historic visit of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt

The town is unveiling a permanent historical marker at Clarksville High School where First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt visited in 1958. → Read More

Victim identified in fatal Park Hill neighborhood shooting

A man, believed to be in his 30s, was transported to UofL Hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries. → Read More

LMPD outlines buffer zone outside abortion clinic enforcement policy

Police said an officer must witness the violation, either in person or recording. Anyone found in first time violation will be given a written warning. → Read More

Louisville Zoo animals receive COVID-19 vaccine

The Zoo was one of 70 zoos chosen to receive uniquely formulated COVID-19 vaccines from animal healthcare company Zoetis. → Read More

Breonna Taylor case | Community members to rally one year after grand jury decision

A rally is scheduled to renew calls for justice for Breonna Taylor at Jefferson Square Park. → Read More