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Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is directing his Commission on Public Art to review the city’s public art, and determine whether any of Louisville’s pieces could be interpreted to be “honoring bigotry, racism and/or slavery.”

J. Tyler Franklin | wfpl.org

A presidential commission on the opioid crisis delivered its first report last week. Among the recommendations: better sharing of data. Health researchers warn that they don’t have some information critical to addressing the deadliest drug crisis in the country’s history. Some efforts are underway in the Ohio Valley to fill some of the gaps.

Jacob Ryan/WFPL

Gov. Matt Bevin has won an appeal over the official value of his mansion on the outskirts of Louisville.

Robert McGraw, WOUB

Attorneys for President Donald Trump want a federal appeals court to dismiss a lawsuit by protesters accusing him of ordering his supporters to rough them up at a campaign rally in Louisville last year. 

Ashley Lopez, via WFPL

Abortion opponents are challenging a federal restraining order that keeps them from gathering on a patch of sidewalk in front of the only clinic still performing abortions in Kentucky. 

Lisa Gillespie, WFPL

The founder of Kentucky’s last abortion clinic said the facility is increasing security ahead of anti-abortion protests that will start Saturday.

Jacob Ryan-WFPL/Kentucky Public Radio

A state ethics panel says that even if Gov. Matt Bevin got a $1 million discount on a mansion bought from a political donor and appointee, he didn’t violate the state’s ethics code.

J. Tyler Franklin, Louisville Public Media

Weeks after announcing a prayer initiative in response to an increase in violent crime in west Louisville, Gov. Matt Bevin is criticizing those who responded negatively to his proposal.

Alexander Korzh, 123RF Stock Photo

KentuckyOne Health will terminate employment contracts with about 25 doctors as a cost-cutting measure. 

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A tech development startup is establishing a headquarters in Louisville creating 250 jobs. 

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