Munashe Kwangwari, WLKY

Munashe Kwangwari


Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Munashe:

Louisville airport officials warning passengers of long TSA lines this holiday season

Pack your patience. → Read More

East Louisville diner stepping up to give underserved community members Thanksgiving meal

For the past few days, it's been all hands on deck at the Goose Creek Diner in the Westport Plaza. → Read More

Sullivan University working to give Louisville's most vulnerable hot meal on Thanksgiving

Students at Sullivan University in Louisville are working to make sure the city's most vulnerable have a good Thanksgiving. → Read More

20 families adopt children in Clark County ahead of the holidays

Families in southern Indiana are being made whole, as dozens of adoptions were finalized in Clark County Friday morning during National Adoption Day. → Read More

Louisville Fire Department gets new tool they say will keep Ohio river safer than ever

The Louisville Fire Department has a new tool that leaders believe will keep the waterways safer than ever before. → Read More

Louisville airport celebrates 75th anniversary by announcing new airline

Sun Country Airline flights will be offered twice weekly. → Read More

Gov. Beshear kicks off Kentucky's 2nd annual Family Engagement in Education week

After the proclamation was signed on Monday, both schools were part of the 32 Kentucky schools to receive a certificate for being what's called a "family-friendly school." → Read More

'They are serving for us': Atherton HS students honor local vets with brand new event

Students at Atherton High School honored veterans on Friday with a new event. → Read More

Event honoring Black veterans in the region returns for the first time since 2020

An annual event honoring black military men in the Louisville area returned for the first time since 2020. → Read More

Students at Bullitt Central HS are working to create school's first ever Farm-to-Table Dinner

Bullitt Central High School students are now just four weeks away from putting on the school's first farm-to-table event. → Read More

Louisville Slugger begins making commemorative bats to celebrate Astro's world series win

The company began the tradition of making commemorative bats for the World Series winner at the turn of the century. → Read More

Millions of years of Louisville history uncovered during city's largest infrastructure project

Millions of years of Louisville history will soon be on display in the Kentucky Geological Survey's core library. → Read More

JCPS Academies of Louisville program preparing kids for life beyond college

A program in more than a dozen JCPS schools is being credited for helping students transition from the classroom to the workforce. → Read More

Norton Children's facility in Hikes Point will be home to brand new autism center

Leaders with Norton Children's cut the ribbon on a brand new 45,000-square-foot facility in Hikes Point on Monday. → Read More

Former UofL law professor receives high honor for creating Central High School's law program

A retired UofL law professor, who helped start the Central High School's law and government magnet program, received an honor Friday morning. → Read More

Goodwill Industries opens new facility in E-town to give people opportunities to succeed

On Wednesday, Goodwill Industries held a grand opening for the company's new 9,000-square-foot facility called the "Opportunity Center." → Read More

JCPS high schools adopt new recruitment tactics in response to district's school choice program

Dozens of eighth graders from Westport Middle School spent the Tuesday morning touring Waggener High School in St. Matthews. → Read More

Southern Indiana students skip class to network at 'Options Day'

More than 70 different businesses flooded the education center's parking lot, and its learning spaces, looking for high-quality job candidates. → Read More

Churchill Downs giving horse racing fans new view of the greatest two minutes in sports

The new structure will be replacing the former Vineyard Vines grandstand as well as section 110, and will create more than 7,100 new reserved seats for premium ticket holders. → Read More

Republican state lawmakers call out Gov. Beshear for not doing enough to address 'rising gas prices'

On Thursday, several republican state lawmakers took the capital's rotunda to urge Gov. Andy Beshear to do more when it comes to "rising gas prices". → Read More