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Gina Glaros


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Past articles by Gina:

Louisville business owners hopeful spring will serve as a downtown pick-me-up

A common routine — pre-pandemic — would be to drive downtown, grab a cup of coffee and go to work. However, it's not that easy anymore with more businesses closing → Read More

Officially adopted! Ethan the dog cheered by caretakers as he heads to forever home

The adoption ceremony was held for Ethan at the Kentucky Humane Society. → Read More

CDC, Louisville Health Department recommend staying home this spring break

Looking into Spring Break plans? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that you delay travel plans, and if you must take a trip, follow several guidelines. → Read More

Pandemic takes a bite out of Girl Scouts' cookie sales, potentially programs

Girl Scouts' programs are all made possible by the annual cookie sale. → Read More

28 new LMPD officers sworn in amid department shortage

LMPD is short around 200 officers and put out a call for more applications in its most recent recruitment process. → Read More

Bowman Field offers new exhibit celebrating Black History Month

The exhibit is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays through February. → Read More

Fox show, 'Call me Kat' creates frenzy at Louisville cat cafés

You can watch Call Me Kat on Thursdays at 9 p.m. on Fox. → Read More

Kroger celebrates St. Matthews employee after 46 years of service

Jeanie Lilly has greeted Louisville shoppers with a smile for 46 years, and on her last day Friday, her St. Matthews Kroger family threw her a retirement celebration. → Read More

Mental health experts prepare for 'second wave' of pandemic

"It's a daily concern typically, this worry, this fear, and that's been going on ten, 11 months." → Read More

Neighbor remembers 74-year-old man shot and killed by crossfire at his west Louisville home

"As any of us would do when you hear massive gunfire, as always happens here, we come to our front doors to see what's going on, and unfortunately that cost → Read More

LMPD hopes to receive 500 applicants to address officer shortage

If selected, recruits will go through six months and more than 1,000 hours of training. → Read More

Family Video closing all locations, including Shelbyville store

The owner of the Family Video in Shelbyville said she will miss the nostalgia of picking a flick with someone you care about. → Read More

UPDATE: 22-year-old man dies after overnight shooting in Jeffersontown

The Jeffersontown Police Department is investigating after one person was shot early Sunday morning. → Read More

1 person in critical condition after Jeffersontown shooting

JEFFERSONTOWN, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Jeffersontown Police Department is investigating after one person was shot early Sunday morning. → Read More

Local carwash, radio station help deliver kids' Christmas lists to Santa during pandemic

A local car wash and 106.9 are teaming up to help get kids' Christmas wishes to Santa. The partnership is a first to help families who didn't get to see → Read More

JCPS second grader publishes joke book during quarantine

Funny Zone: Quarantine Edition is available on Amazon. → Read More

Clark County government building to move to new River Ridge site

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Clark County Commissioners voted Thursday to move the government center to a new building in the River Ridge Commerce Center in southern Indiana. The move → Read More

JCPS librarians finding ways to get books to students at home

Librarians in Jefferson County Public Schools are making house calls or using other methods to get books to students and keep them reading. → Read More

Louisville small businesses' overall revenue down 26% during pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating to small businesses, and Mayor Greg Fischer said Wednesday that it's up to local shoppers to help them weather this storm. → Read More

Trinity HS student starts petition to establish honor guard in Auschwitz

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Preserving world history, one signature at a time. A local high school student is doing what he can from thousands of miles away to help people → Read More