Clerk’s office staff recanvassed the Metro Council District 5 Democratic primary and the 3rd Congressional District Republican primary.
Democratic mayoral nominee Craig Greenberg cobbled together support from a wide swath of suburban and exurban Jefferson County.
The injunction comes almost a month after a judge extended a temporary restraining order that blocked some parts of the sweeping health care legislation.
Louisville Metro’s voter turnout increased from 2018, a year with a ballot full of comparable races.
The nationwide day of action was in response to a leaked Supreme Court draft decision that appears to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Residents can vote in person or drop off absentee ballots at six locations in the city Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Supreme Court justices could be moving to overturn landmark abortion case Roe v Wade. If that happens, access could look a lot different in Kentucky.
WFPL News and the Coalition for the Homeless will host a mayoral forum Tuesday, May 10 at 5:30 p.m. Listen live or stream on 89.3 FM and WFPL.org.
A conservative dark money group is influencing public welfare laws in Kentucky, and advocates say it could have a detrimental impact on access to benefits for the state’s most vulnerable reside...
The provider has stopped providing abortions after 15 weeks until a federal judge clarifies her temporary block of a restrictive abortion law.
A federal judge has temporarily blocked a new state law that led Kentucky’s two remaining abortion clinics to halt the procedure.
Candidates for Louisville mayor will discuss economic issues in front of a live audience. Watch or listen live today at 5:30 p.m.
The "permitless carry" law comes on the heels of the two deadliest years for gun violence in Ohio.
Officials say new federal infrastructure funds should be directed to the Ohio River Bridges Project
The ban would mark a divergence in U.S. sanctions from those of its allies and partners, most of whom rely on Russian oil and gas.