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Fallon Glick


Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Fallon:

Kentucky farmers, consumers face higher prices amid third year of supply chain issues

Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles said farmers are facing several big issues impacting the cost of production. → Read More

3 female firefighters break barriers, make history in Bardstown

Firefighting is a career path not too many have taken, especially if you’re a female. → Read More

95 still missing in Dawson Springs, Ky. as crews move to recovery efforts

So far, 13 people have been found dead. → Read More

Simple act by Bardstown firefighters 3 years ago helped save 2 lives on Thanksgiving

By installing a new smoke detector, the Bardstown Fire Department helped prevent a fire from turning fatal. → Read More

Kentucky Blood Center advising hospitals to be conservative with blood usage

Officials with the Kentucky Blood Center say they haven't seen a shortage this low in the 30 years they've worked at the organization. → Read More

Metro Corrections FOP calls online pressure point training 'reckless' and 'dangerous'

It's titled "Safer Control Options," and one of the pressure points listed is the jugular. → Read More

Louisville youth group says 'murder has gone viral' on social media

More and more young people are dying in Louisville and some people are pointing to social media. → Read More

FOP says Metro Corrections 'isn't safe' for inmates or officers during public forum

The police union hosted a 'Corrections Crisis Labor Summit' on Tuesday evening at the Louisville Central Community Center. → Read More

KYTC makes change to I-64 weekend detour after troubled first weekend

Interstate 64 is expected to be closed in both directions for the next four weekends because of work on the Cochran Hill Tunnels. But after the first weekend of closures → Read More

WWII veterans wanted for Honor Flight Bluegrass

The deadline to apply for the Oct. 20 flight is Sept. 7. → Read More

Thousands of safety violations found on semis driving on Kentucky interstates

From brakes to tires, alignment, weight limits and more, Kentucky State Police inspectors find thousands of violations every year on commercial vehicles. → Read More

Horses dive into water therapy at Kentucky facility

KESMARC treats horses of all varieties and disciplines. Some come for a competitive edge and others come for rehabilitation. → Read More

Officials outline steps for Kentucky residents being taxed incorrectly for unemployment

This comes as thousands of residents believe they're being taxed incorrectly on their unemployment money, which some of them are still waiting on. → Read More

Former deputy arrested for steroids finds new purpose teaching women to defend themselves

Former Scott County sheriff’s deputy Joe Baker says he is on a new path in life, finding a way to keep helping others — even without the badge. → Read More

Breonna Taylor memorial moved from Jefferson Square Park to downtown Louisville museum

The exhibit featuring Taylor's memorial is expected to be open in four weeks at Roots 101, which is located at 819 W. Main St., and will be a permanent installation. → Read More

First sign of COVID-19 might be loss of smell, taste, local doctor says

“What a lot of people don't realize is that the loss of smell also gives you quite a bit of loss of taste," said Dr. Keith Forwith. → Read More

After getting stuck in Honduras, Louisville doctor, family arrive back in Louisville

Dr. Fred Warkentine left for on Honduras with his family on March 14, but a day later, the government closed the borders. → Read More

Army veteran stops in Louisville on cross-county walk raising awareness of PTSD

Stephen Meyer is walking 6,000 miles across the United States with the hope of starting a national conversation on PTSD. → Read More

5 years ago, snow started falling that left hundreds of drivers stranded on I-65

The March 2015 snow storm left hundred of drivers stranded on I-65. → Read More

Dinner on the Big Four Bridge to help Waterfront Park with maintenance and operating costs

The Waterfront Development Corp. hopes to raise $250,000 to help support the waterfront's needs. → Read More