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Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Marcus:

Lawsuit challenges failed landmarks vote for Lawton Court houses

A WDRB News investigation found that the city's landmarks commission is the only board listed in Metro ordinances that requires a majority vote of the overall membership for certain actions. → Read More

TARC long-range plan hinges on solving 'financial challenges'

Approved in January, TARC Tomorrow is the transit agency's newest long-range plan. → Read More

RiverLink board approves 60-job call center in Louisville

Kentucky and Indiana officials long have wanted to bring a call center for the Ohio River toll bridge system to the Louisville area. → Read More

Kentucky bill proposes statewide limits on license plate data

A 2022 WDRB News investigation found that some Kentucky police departments had no policies governing data collected from automated license plate readers. → Read More

Chicago hotel firm buys former Joe Ley Antiques site in NuLu

The Aparium Hotel Group plans to open a 191-room hotel on East Market Street by late 2024 or early 2025. → Read More

Louisville's 2-way streets plan still idling years after launch

Metro government's plan to convert one-way streets for two-way traffic has resulted in few changes nearly six years after it was announced. → Read More

Majority rule? Louisville preservation case highlights rare voting mandate

An effort to grant landmark status to Lawton Court in the Meriwether neighborhood failed despite getting a majority of votes at a January meeting of Louisville's landmarks commission. → Read More

State rejects Jefferson County's plan for February special election

The Kentucky Board of Elections didn't take action on Jefferson County's proposal for the February state Senate election because it didn't have enough polling places. → Read More

Urban Government Center rezoning plan advances to public hearing

A community benefits agreement remains a sticking point in the development deal for the Paristown Pointe property. → Read More

Bernheim pipeline lawsuit heads to trial in Bullitt County

LG&E argues it can condemn the property for a 12-mile natural gas pipeline, but Bernheim contends the land is public property that can’t be seized. → Read More

Louisville was promised more than a soccer stadium in Butchertown. Where's the rest?

Lynn Family Stadium opened as the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020 and since then has hosted games for the professional Louisville City and Racing Louisville teams. But no other work → Read More

Judge rules Louisville panel erred in approving affordable housing near Prospect

LDG Development plans to appeal the ruling over its Veridian at Prospect's Edge to the Kentucky Court of Appeals. → Read More

More bolt repairs done at troubled Kennedy Bridge joint

The work was the latest to a section of the Kennedy Bridge that needed repairs twice in 2021 for broken bolts. → Read More

Louisville Mayor-elect Greenberg names 4 deputy mayors to incoming administration

Craig Greenberg, a Democrat, will be sworn in as mayor on Jan. 2. → Read More

Louisville Gardens studio plan includes downtown entertainment industry 'campus'

Mayor Greg Fischer, whose administration oversaw several unsuccessful attempts to renovate the 117-year-old building, insisted that 'this is not a build-it-and-they-will-come project.' → Read More

State approves incentives for plan to make Louisville Gardens a film soundstage

Louisville Gardens has sat vacant since 2008 after several redevelopment efforts failed to materialize. → Read More

Jefferson County's small cities increasingly struggle to fill elected seats

More than one-third of home rule cities didn't have full slates of candidates during the November general election, a trend that has worsened since 2020. → Read More

Democrat Craig Greenberg wins race for Louisville mayor

Republican Bill Dieruf and Democrat Craig Greenberg were the leading candidates vying to succeed outgoing Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. → Read More

Bobbie Holsclaw wins 7th term as Jefferson County Clerk

Former Louisville Metro Council member Tina Ward-Pugh was challenging longtime Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw. → Read More

Incumbents leading in JCPS board races

Four of the seven Jefferson County Board of Education seats were on the ballot this year. → Read More