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Past articles by Courtney:

Historic New Albany farmhouse finds new home down the street

The house was moved Thursday so developers can build a Starbucks and bank in that area on Charlestown Road. → Read More

Man charged with attempted murder of police officer after shooting at LMPD

LMPD Lt. Col Steve Healey said no one was injured and no officers fired their weapons during the incident Thursday. → Read More

Louisville has one of the best riverwalks in the country, new poll says

The park on the Louisville side of the Ohio River landed in the #4 spot in the USA Today 10Best Readers' Choice awards. → Read More

Man killed after driver swerves onto shoulder on Bardstown Rd.

Louisville Metro Police said the driver of the car was later stopped by an officer and arrested. → Read More

Louisville police investigating after woman found dead on New Cut Rd.

The woman's exact cause of death is unknown at this time. The LMPD Homicide Unit has opened a death investigation. → Read More

Veterans honored during trip to Washington DC through Honor Flight

Through the program, veterans are taken on a trip to Washington D.C. to visit important landmarks and war memorials. → Read More

Two Louisville legends coming home for community health event

Lamar Jackson and Teddy Bridgewater will be in town for the Derby City Reunion on April 30. → Read More

Crews investigating fire at New Albany apartment complex

A Facebook post from the city said the fire is at the Knobs Pointe Apartments on Paoli Pike in southern Indiana. → Read More

Masks no longer required at Louisville airport, TARC buses following federal ruling

According to a statement from the airport, masks may still be required by individual airlines and for international travel. → Read More

Federal charges against Quintez Brown released

Brown, who is accused of shooting at Craig Greenberg, is now facing two federal charges. → Read More

Meet the woman who the UofL women call their 'Team Grandma'

Despite a near-death experience, Holmesetta Green has only missed one Louisville women's basketball game. → Read More

Louisville women's season comes to an end with 72-59 loss in Final Four to South Carolina

The Louisville Cardinals played the South Carolina Gamecocks in Minneapolis. → Read More

New Albany woods fire 'under control' after response from 8 departments

All fire departments in Floyd County responded to a fire near Corydon Pike Wednesday afternoon according to the Lafayette Township Fire Protection District. → Read More

Medical marijuana will not be legalized in Kentucky this year, state lawmaker says

Sen. Damon Thayer said he is hoping that a last-minute effort will push the sports wagering bill through the Senate. → Read More

National initiative to stop youth violence comes to Louisville

"Public safety is something we - the public - have to work together to create," said Mayor Greg Fischer. → Read More

Lynn Family Stadium is about to host its first concert

The first concert at the soccer stadium will feature two iconic acts during Kentucky Derby weekend. → Read More

Free, low-cost programs available during Spring Break in Louisville for students

Mayor Greg Fischer and the Louisville Free Public Library announced a variety of options for families wanting to keep their kids engaged while they're not at school. → Read More

Louisville police investigate deadly shooting on Woodmore Ave.

According to an LMPD spokesperson, officers found a man who had been shot around 9:45 a.m. Friday. They do not have any suspects. → Read More

LMPD: Officer shoots man following robbery, chase

An LMPD spokesperson said the officer was chasing a man in the 1400 block of Clara Avenue when the man pointed a gun at him. → Read More

Louisville is getting a 911 deflection program: Here's how it will work

Plans for the program were announced in October 2021. The city contracted Seven Counties Services in January to staff and develop the program. → Read More