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Sean Baute


Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Sean:

Louisville elementary school gets unique hands-on career day experience

Kids learned about being everything from ice cream truck vendors to wildlife officers to cotton candy entrepreneurs. → Read More

U.S. Marshals operation led to west Louisville officer-involved shooting; victim identified

The shooting happened around 8:40 a.m. in the 800 block of Sutcliffe Ave. → Read More

170-year-old church in New Albany replaces original light fixture missing for 60 years

The congregation and supporters of the 170-year-old Second Baptist Church in New Albany are celebrating the replacement of a piece of their original church that had been missing for years. → Read More

Polls draw voters across Louisville early on Election Day

There are around 200 polling locations in Jefferson County, a significant increase from 2020, when there was just one station open for primaries on Election Day. → Read More

West Louisville church looks to open tuition-free Latin school

The Baptized Pentecostal Church of Holiness in West Louisville plans to open a tuition-free Latin school by August. → Read More

Silver Creek finance students learn from entrepreneurs

As seniors at Silver Creek High School prepare to graduate, those in the finance program were met by some special guests to enrich their entrepreneurial spirits. → Read More

Immigrant students get tour of Downtown Louisville to acclimate to new home

The students attend Newcomer Academy. Many of them are from war-torn or conflict-ridden countries. → Read More

Oldham County Courthouse slowly makes final move in downtown La Grange

At just about one foot every few minutes it’s hardly the kind of speed that would usually draw a crowd, but a crowd did show up. → Read More

New Albany landmark moved, to be replaced by new coffee shop and bank

The Smith-Phillips Farmhouse on Charlestown Road has changed hands several times throughout the years, but it has always remained in the same location, until now. → Read More

Kentucky Derby Museum unveils newest exhibit celebrating culture, history and defending champion

The exhibit, titled "This is the Kentucky Derby!," was unveiled Wednesday. → Read More

Emergency crews preparing for massive Thunder Over Louisville crowds

There are a few things to know this year following a pandemic-affected 2020 and 2021. → Read More

Road closures, preparations and more for upcoming Thunder Over Louisville

There are a few things to know this year following a pandemic-affected 2020 and 2021. → Read More

Aviation program really ‘taking off’ at The Academy @ Shawnee

A state of the art flight simulator has been a new, unique learning tool for students interested in aeronautics. → Read More

Property destroyed, roads blocked: Louisville residents just thankful nobody was hurt in severe storms

At least one EF-1 tornado is believed to have touched down during the storm. → Read More

Crew of veterans make up this year’s UPS plane in Thunder Over Louisville

Thunder over Louisville returns April 23. → Read More

Klobuchar joins McConnell for lecture at UofL on bipartisanship, business legislation

Klobuchar is one of more than 60 speakers who have addressed students at the McConnell Center since 1993. → Read More

National volleyball tournament expands in Louisville

It’s difficult to imagine 130 volleyball courts in use at the same time, but the JVA World Challenge is 25% larger than last year. → Read More

Cincinnati artist stops in Louisville during 470 mile walk to Memphis

Krista Sheneman plans to walk 470 miles in 23 days. → Read More

Food banks from across the US gather in Louisville to discuss post-pandemic food insecurity

More than 500 people attended the conference in Louisville. → Read More

Sellersburg man accused of murdering wife appears in court

“They are obviously traumatized,” said Mull, referring to the two young girls. → Read More