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Learn about the risk factors for youth suicide, promising programs at the school level such as Sources of Strength, and things every person can do to help prevent suicides.The post Suicide Prevention/Teaching Hope appeared first on KET.
Renee Shaw and guests discuss mass shootings. Scheduled guests: Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper, minister emerita of New Union Christian Church Ken Pagano, NRA certified instructor and former Louisville pastor Mark Bryant, executive director of Gun Violence Archive and Stephen McBride, vice-president of Kentucky Concealed Carry Coalition.The post Mass Shootings, Gun Safety, and Concealed Carry Laws appeared first on KET.
Discover what the terms trauma and toxic stress mean, how they impact children, and what schools and communities can do to mitigate the impact of these negative forces.The post Trauma and Toxic Stress appeared first on KET.
Elizabeth hopes to persuade George that Valentine is his child once and for all. Ross returns to Cornwall to mend things with Demelza. The Poldarks look to a new century of change together. The post Poldark S. 4 Ep. 8 appeared first on KET.
Walter, Marian and Laura are forced into hiding. Sir Percival is now a ghost of his former self, haunted by the possibility of his secret being revealed. Marian and Walter know they must discover it if they are to prove Sir Percivals role in the conspiracy involving Anne and Laura. The post Episode 5 appeared first on KET.
By Maggie Vancampen Executive Vice President for Health Affairs and former interim president Greg Postel will be paid the full amount in his contract even though his duties were assigned to other administrators Nov. 13. Postels total salary is $950,000 for the school year, the same amount he received as interim president. His contract The post Postel leaves position, keeps salary appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Emily Rich Madison Pumphrey strides into the Student Government Association office with two Kroger bags full of Halloween candy dangling from her arms. Her blonde hair is pulled back in a braid and shes wearing jeans, a blue sweater and a blue, knitted jacket. As she walks into the office, she greets the The post Talk of the town: SGA Chief of Staff appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Joseph Garcia This article is in companion with a review for The Taming of the Shrew found here. When the curtain fell for the Taming of the Shrew, there were mixed opinions and some confusion to its ending. At the beginning, I thought it was going to be a show about empowering women The post The Taming of the Shrew cast and crew talkback appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Matt Bradshaw With an annual revenue surpassing $120 million and plethora of successful sports, U of L athletics requires a strong and steady hand to run the program. Vince Tyra has repeatedly proven hes up to the challenge through a productive first year as athletic director. Son of mens basketball great Charlie Tyra, The post Tyra tallies proactive first year as athletic director appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Joseph Garcia The lights fall in the Playhouse between 2nd and 3rd Street, leaving only the stage and the giant Make Padua Great Again sign remaining lit. The U of L Department of Theatre, the Womens Center and the Women and Gender Studies program performed and sponsored The Taming of the Shrew. Since The post Theatre takes the Taming of the Shrew to Pennsylvania appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
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Louisville, KY 40202 Directions
In early December, the party of the century returns once again, hosted byLouisville Magazineand sponsored by Four Roses and Universal Linen
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Federal authorities have approved for the second time a controversial plan by Gov. Matt Bevin to overhaul Kentuckys Medicaid plan.
Louisville refugees say theyve adopted Thanksgiving since moving to America finding similarities between the holiday and their own traditions.
Its dead even: Jeff Brohm has plenty of reasons to stay and to go.
While dining at a Texas Roadhouse in St. Matthews, an employee came towards the mom with a napkin in an attempt to cover the infant childs face.
Matthew Smith told police he brought what he needed to get the job done and was waiting for a woman who wasnt answering his calls or texts.
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Louisville, KY 40203 Directions
Itll cost $11.5 million to build a new elementary school in downtown Jeffersonville, and construction could start as soon as next month.
Donations are being collected through Dec. 14.
The first phase of demolition to the government-assisted complex is over, but those who are still there say living conditions are getting worse, and they feel forgotten.
He faces several charges including attempted murder, wanton endangerment of a police officer, resisting arrest and criminal trespassing.
The eventstarts at 4p.m. Friday at Jefferson Square Park, the parade gets underway at 6:30 p.m., and then Santa Claus himself makes an appearance at 8 p.m.
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High pressure will take control of our weather into the mid-week making for a nice holiday across Kentuckiana.
Sadie Durbin filed a lawsuit for extreme and severe emotional distress and assault.
A young woman opening up tonight about being abused as a child by her adopted father, who is also a retired officer with Louisville Metro Police.
Police said Wood cut off his GPS ankle monitoring device just hours after leaving court on Oct. 15, 2017. He is now a federal fugitive.
Officials did not disclose what led up to the incident but said a 16-year-old victim was taken to Norton Childrens Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
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Louisville, KY 40206 Directions
Authorities are using a rapid DNA test that produces results in just two hours to help identify the scores of people killed in the Northern California wildfire.
A 13-year-old girl who died after being shot by a bullet that passed through her bedroom window Monday night previously wrote a now-chilling essay about gun violence.
A U.S. senator said she apologizes for saying she would attend a public hanging if a supporter invited her.
Online video leads to assault charges
After becoming paralyzed in a car accident, she tried to make a fresh start with home renovations, but a contractor took her money without finishing the job.
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