Coaches, trainers and other athletic officials will be closely following the trial of former Pleasure Ridge Park High School football coach Jason Stinson, which begins today.
The University of Louisville is fighting a district court ruling that put expelled nursing student Nina Yoder back in class.
Corporal punishment, most often the use of wooden paddles, is legal in public schools in 20 states, including Kentucky. And according to a new report from Human Rights Watch, students with disabilities are being disproportionately affected.
Construction on the Harrods Creek Bridge will resume Friday morning.
The NAACP is celebrating its centennial at its annual convention this week, and Louisville’s branch president is leading a 28 person local delegation at the event in New York.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson’s office is preparing to take the case for take-home car fees to Jefferson Circuit Court.
A lobbying organization in Indiana wants to expand the availability of cold beer.
A report from Jefferson County Public Schools concludes that PRP football coach Jason Stinson did not violate any rules or deny his players water during a practice last August in which a player collapsed and later died.
The Tucker Station Neighborhood Association is appealing the Metro Board of Zoning’s recent approval of the Javanon Soccer building.
Police officers and court officials are preparing for an overhaul of Jefferson County’s subpoena system.