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A federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit that alleges President Trump encouraged his supporters to assault protesters at a Louisville campaign rally in 2016.

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The city of Louisville will move the controversial statues of John Breckinridge Castleman and George Prentice. Mayor Greg Fischer made the announcement in a series of tweets Wednesday afternoon. Fischer said his decision was based on the findings of the city’s Public Arts and Monuments Advisory Committee.

Kate Howard / Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting

A panel formed by a Kentucky mayor says public displays honoring the Confederacy are unwelcome and not representative of the city today.

J. Tyler Franklin / WFPL

The Jefferson County School board will appeal the state education department’s recommendation for a takeover of the district.

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Kentucky's largest city will soon require restaurants to offer healthy food on its children's menus.

West Louisville Outdoor Youth Program Wins $25,000 Grant

Jan 31, 2018
Kyeland Jackson, via WFPL

A program promoting outdoor activity for youth in West Louisville is among 10 programs nationwide to receive a $25,000 grant from Aetna, officials announced Wednesday.

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  Louisville’s largest addiction recovery center is expanding. Officials with the Healing Place unveiled phase one of the project Tuesday.

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As state legislators debate what changes will fix Kentucky’s debilitated pension system, state and local police are scrambling to recruit officers.

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There’s a clear link between nutrition and health, and the Humana Foundation is investing in a Louisville program that gets produce to low-income communities. Lisa Gillespie of member station WFPL takes us to a church in Smoketown that is part of the experiment.

Human Rights Campaign

Kentucky has one city – Louisville - that earned top-ranking in a new report on towns that support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender members of the community. Bowling Green was at the bottom.

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