Hurstbourne Residents File Lawsuit To Stop Topgolf Deal

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Three couples who live near Oxmoor Center in Hurstbourne filed a lawsuit Monday in an effort to prevent Topgolf from building nearby. They say the Louisville Metro Planning Commission shouldn’t have granted Topgolf waivers for lighting that they say will shine into their homes and hurt their

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Louisville Continues Crackdown On Homeless Camps

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Damon Walker used to point to the homeless encampment on College Street under the I-65 off-ramp, and warn his daughter that bad decisions could leave her homeless. Now Walker lives at the College Street camp with other homeless people. But soon, the city will shut down his camp — leaving him

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Feds Charge Louisville Kroger Shooter With Hate Crimes

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The federal government will charge the man who killed two people in a Jeffersontown Kroger last month with three federal hate crimes. U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman announced Thursday that Gregory Bush will be charged with six counts. Two of those counts are shooting and killing two victims

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Kentucky Fair Board Bans KKK, Some Nazi Memorabilia From State Facilities

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The Kentucky Fair Board banned the sale of Ku Klux Klan merchandise and some Nazi merchandise from its property Thursday, weeks after a KKK hood and Nazi ornaments were spotted for sale at the Expo Center. The board’s new policy bans the sale or giveaway of merchandise such as KKK and

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Hurstboune City Council Has Little Say In Topgolf Deal

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As the proposal to build a Topgolf facility at Oxmoor Center moves closer to final approval, opponents who live nearby in the nearby fourth-class city of Hurstbourne are continuing to fight it. Hours after the Louisville Metro Council Planning and Zoning Committee voted to send the project on

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Displacement By Eviction And Foreclosure Hits West Louisville Hardest, Report Says

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Yejide Travis lives in the Russell neighborhood. She was evicted from public housing last year. The experience left her feeling “terrorized,” she said. She’s not the only one who’s experienced that feeling. Jefferson County leads the state in evictions despite being home to a minority of

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Topgolf Measure Heads To Full Metro Council For Final Vote

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Topgolf is one step closer to receiving approval to operate at Oxmoor Center. The Louisville Metro Council’s Planning Committee voted Tuesday afternoon to send a measure granting zoning changes for the project to the full Council for a final decision. Six committee members voted for the

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

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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. She died in 1960, but her grave in

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Louisville Launches Initiative To Help Families Affected By Trauma

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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 of the project is to create

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At Louisville’s Veterans’ Day Parade, Attendees Reflect On Holiday, Veterans’ Support

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A few thousand people gathered downtown Louisville Friday for the annual Veterans’ Day parade. Here’s what a few of the attendees had to say about the holiday, and about the services provided for veterans. Bertin Maroy, 2018 Veteran’s Day Parade Bertin Maroy: “For them just to be commemorated

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