Louisville News from Topix:
4 sentenced in theft ring that went through Louisville, New Albany
5/22/2018 6:52 PM
Four men were sentenced Monday after the U.S. Attorney says they were part of an extensive interstate cargo theft ring that went through Louisville and southern Indiana. Roberto Santos-Gonzalez, Carlos Enrique Freire-Pifferrer, Juan Perez-Gonzalez and Eduardo Hernandez, along with nine othe...Read More
50 Years Later: Remembering Louisville"s 1968 riots -- Part III
5/22/2018 6:52 PM
Aging reminders of abject neglect are still festering at 28th and Greenwood. Abandoned buildings and homes with boarded doors and broken windows are common near the once busy intersection.Read More
Here"s when 80/20 at Kaelin"s will open in the Highlands
5/22/2018 2:04 PM
The new restaurant, 80/20 @ Kaelin"s, will open June 7, according to a post on the restaurant"s Facebook page. The restaurant will keep its ties to the original Kaelin"s Restaurant, which first opened in 1934.Read More
Kentucky gas prices on the rise
5/22/2018 9:20 AM
Kentucky gasoline prices jumped 11 cents a gallon last week, putting the state into the nation"s top 10 for highest increases, according to the American Automobile Association . AAA media spokesperson Lynda Lambert said Kentucky is still below the national average of $2.93 a gallon.Read More
FDA approves drug to treat opioid withdrawl symptoms
5/22/2018 4:27 AM
It could be a game changer in the fight against opioid addiction. A local pharmaceutical company has just gotten FDA approval for a new medicine that could be part of the solution.Read More
Democrats line up to run in two Louisville, Ky. House races
5/21/2018 11:44 PM
Two State House Districts that include Louisville are being seen as "in play" for the first time in more than a decade. But if trends continue, that "in play" means whoever wins the Democratic primary on Tuesday will likely represent the district after November"s General Election.Read More
Longtime Louisville representative reflects on time in office
5/21/2018 9:25 PM
Two long-time Louisville state representatives may be resting a little easier Monday, the night before the primary elections, than they have in decades. "Telling people, I"m Jim Wayne, no relation to John Wayne, but you can remember my name that way," Wayne said.Read More
Tall grass at Tyler Park threatens field day for Louisville students
5/21/2018 7:07 PM
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- When you"ve been cooped up in a classroom all winter, and the school year is almost done, you"ve got to blow off some steam.Read More
Instagram posts helps lead Louisville detectives to serial graffiti suspect
5/21/2018 7:07 PM
"We feel pretty confident he"s responsible for the MESKR tags and TSGK tags," Det. Joseph Nett said.Read More
50 Years Later: Remembering Louisville"s 1968 riots -- Part II
5/21/2018 7:07 PM
"As a child when I was growing up, that was the epicenter of where I lived," said Metro Council President David James, who represents the corridor in the Parkland neighborhood. "I would say redlining had a lot to do with that," James said.Read More

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