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  1. After 23 years, the Clifton Cultural Center is closing at the end of 2017

    04.23 / 04:45 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    The Clifton Cultural Center, a popular gathering place for arts and community events, is closing at the end of the…
  2. Investigation underway after body found Saturday on Bearcamp Road

    04.23 / 02:24 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    A death investigation is underway after Louisville Metro Police found a body Saturday in south…
  3. Ricky L. Jones looks to testify after Louisville police union opposes his oversight panel appointment

    04.22 / 18:14 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Sgt. Dave Mutchler wants to block Pan-African Studies Chairman from police accountability…
  4. Failure to fire Chief Conrad could hurt Mayor Fischer | Joseph Gerth

    04.22 / 16:18 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Mayor Greg Fischer's political future could be at risk if he doesn't heed the call to fire police Chief Steve…
  5. Earth Walk planned same day as Thunder Over Louisville

    04.22 / 16:18 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Event will take place April 22, the same day as Thunder over…
  6. Woman dies in overnight hit-and-run

    04.22 / 14:26 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    A woman in her mid-30s has died after being hit and found on East Indian…
  7. Police: Man dies after Jeffersontown assault with steel-toed boots

    04.22 / 02:36 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Jeffersontown Police are investigating their first homicide of the year after a man who authorities said was kicked repeatedly in the head by a person wearing steel-toed boots died Wednesday from his …
  8. House where Gov. Matt Bevin living sold at fair price, says seller

    04.22 / 02:36 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    The man who recently sold the house where Gov. Bevin’s family is now living says the property sold at a fair market p…
  9. Donald Trump-made-me-do-it defense doesn't fly | Joseph Gerth

    04.22 / 02:36 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Trump did incite violence at Louisville rally, but there's no excuse for his supporters roughing up women,…
  10. 'Corrective' burn planned at McAlpine Dam

    04.21 / 17:14 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Army Corps of Engineers advises of visibility of smoke during planned burn at McAlpine…
  11. E-cig enthusiasts want 'sampling' exemption

    04.21 / 17:14 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Metro Council Democrats are short on votes needed to ban electronic cigarettes and hookah from indoor…
  12. Louisville police union opposes 'outspoken' U of L professor Ricky L. Jones on oversight panel

    04.21 / 17:14 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Sgt. Dave Mutchler wants to block Pan-African Studies Chairman from police accountability…
  13. Louisville's hot real estate market means 70K homeowners to see property value increase

    04.21 / 16:18 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Do you live in one of these areas? Your taxes might be going…
  14. Coroner: Man dies after Jeffersontown assault with steel-toed boots

    04.21 / 16:18 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    A man who was kicked repeatedly in the head by a man wearing steel-toed boots died on Wednesday, according to the Jefferson County Coroner's…
  15. Valley High School cleared after 'high security' threat

    04.21 / 16:18 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    External threat made to Valley High School that placed it on 'high security' was cleared by Louisville Metro…
  16. External threat puts Valley High School on 'high security'

    04.21 / 15:10 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Valley High School is operating on high security because of an external threat to the school, officials…