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Judicial Branch to host Court Talks, a community engagement listening session, on May 16 at Spalding University

The Kentucky Judicial Branch and the Jefferson County Racial Fairness Commission will host Court Talks, a community engagement listening session, in Jefferson County to educate the public about the different departments and agencies that play a role in the legal and judicial systems. The event will be May 16 from 6 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the Spalding University Center, 824 S. 4th St., in Louisville....

Hosparus Health plans annual Hope & Healing event in support of families dealing with traumatic death

With incidents of homicide and drug overdose deaths on the rise in the Louisville area, families of victims need support more than ever. That’s one reason the Hosparus Health Grief Counseling Center hosts its annual “Hope & Healing” event, a program to remember those who have died a violent death by homicide, suicide or accident. Held on Sunday, March 4, the event is returning to the Muhammad...

Safe Ride KY coalition transports more than 700 during holiday campaign targeting drunk driving

The new Safe Ride KY coalition took more than 700 potentially impaired drivers off Kentucky roadways during its first holiday campaign, the Kentucky Distillers’ Association reported today. The program offered $20 discounts on rides through Lyft and CityScoot services between Dec. 15, 2017, and Jan. 1 using the code “SAFERIDEKY17.” All codes were quickly claimed, KDA President Eric Gregory said,...