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City Pays Tribute To Louisville’s First Black Female Police Officer

The Louisville Metro Police Department remembered its first black female officer with a memorial headstone Tuesday.

Officer Bertha Whedbee joined LMPD in 1922, decades before the Civil Rights movement and only two years after women got the right to vote.

Topgolf heads to full Metro Council for final vote

Topgolf is an indoor-outdoor golfing range serving food and drinks. | Courtesy of TopGolf

Louisville Metro Council will give the proposed Topgolf development final consideration at its meeting on Nov. 29.

The council’s Planning, Zoning and Annexation Committee voted 6-to-1 …

Louisville Launches Initiative To Help Families Affected By Trauma

Louisville has been awarded a five-year, $5 million federal grant for a project aimed at helping families affected by trauma.

The Trauma Resilient Community Initiative is a partnership between the city, the University of Louisville and Centerstone Kentucky. The goal

Kentucky House Leader Files To Raise Money For Governor

The minority floor leader of the Kentucky House of Representatives has filed paperwork to raise money for a campaign for governor, setting up a potentially spirited Democratic primary in 2019 to challenge Republican incumbent Matt Bevin.

State Rep. Rocky Adkins …

Louisville Fires Head Coach Bobby Petrino With Team 2-8

Louisville has fired coach Bobby Petrino with two games left in a spiraling season that includes five blowout losses in which the Cardinals allowed at least 50 points.

The school announced Petrino’s dismissal Sunday morning with statement from athletic director …

Lime scooters join Bird on Louisville’s streets

Courtesy of Lime

A new set of electric scooters has shown up on Louisville’s streets. Lime has placed 150 scooters in the city and may release more if rider demand calls for them. 

A lunchtime launch at Jefferson Square allowed …