Elizabeth Pace

Multimedia journalist

Louisville, Ky.


Recent Articles by Elizabeth

  Ways to get the most from your children under NTI

  COVID-19 Vaccine: When will it be available for you?

  City of Louisville expands helping hand as new utility relief ordinance announced

  IU pushing students to get tested for COVID before and after Thanksgiving break

  City of Louisville implements strong enforcement to reduce COVID-19 spread

  15% cap placed on attendance for UofL home basketball games

  Domestic violence lethality increases in Kentuckiana

  Veterans walk 120 miles across Indiana to combat suicide rates

  Why you should wait to get tested for coronavirus

  CDC survey shows spike in mental health issues among Americans due to COVID pandemic

  Two men arrested in Jeffersonville after impersonating detectives, police say

  Pandemic fatigue could lead to increased coronavirus cases

  School attendance drops during coronavirus pandemic

  Delayed ramp construction near Preston Hwy. causing delays for Louisville businesses

  Kentucky School Report Card impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

  Clark County drug overdoses on track to break records due to pandemic

  Indiana Gov. Holcomb explains final stage of reopening with rising coronavirus cases

  Louisville couple leaves behind a $1M scholarship for Kentucky students

  More than half of Indiana hotels may close because of coronavirus pandemic

  Search continues for couple accused of pointing rifle at Oldham Co. child

  Record number of early voters show up to cast ballots in southern Indiana

  A symbol of change: Downtown Louisville businesses remove plywood

  Protester sues LMPD after rubber bullet injury, says she’s ‘a survivor’

  Breonna Taylor’s neighbors agree to protective order in lawsuit against LMPD officers

  JCPS: Some students could return to classrooms in October if COVID-19 cases decline

  300 for 300: Empowering young women of color in Louisville

  Downtown employees told to work from home indefinitely

  Joseph Oberhansley: Jurors recommend life in prison without parole

Joseph Oberhansley pleads his innocence to Clark County jury

Jury examines gruesome evidence photos during day 4 of Joseph Oberhansley murder trial