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  Newport teacher gives special holiday pajamas to kids in her second grade class

Newport Primary School celebrates pajama day in the second grade“Our teachers have rocked it this crazy, wild, school year. I’m really proud to say I’m part of the team.”

  Owensboro native celebrates first semester of college two years after coma

  JCPS librarians create book doorstep delivery program during remote learning

Catholic Charities provides 450 Thanksgiving meals to migrant, refugee families

Bikes or Bust drive collects more than 2,000 bikes

Mayor Fischer announces 2020 youth implementation team

UPS donates canned goods to Dare to Care

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Louisville Slugger commemorates Dodgers’ win with limited edition bats

Blaze Pizza donates food for new community program

‘Salute to CardNation’ to honor special groups at UofL’s home football games

Community activist, local artists release music video to promote anti-violence in Louisville

Louisville man wins $1M Kentucky Lottery jackpot

3-year-old heart transplant patient celebrates birthday at Frazier Rehab

Louisville Zoo reveals the name of Addax born in May

The Louisville Zoo has revealed that the baby addax born on May 8 has been named Jira.

  64-year-old handyman looking for work finally lands job at Jeffersontown company

Robert Simpson was hired after a photo of him asking for work goes viral on social media.

Vets, first responders to learn how to build Jeeps from scratch in new program

The new program will help teach them to learn vocational skills in the Automotive Industry.

Former UofL player Robbie Valentine to host free basketball camp at California Community Center

In addition to the clinic, the camp will feature free dental and vision screenings.

Local organization receives $10,000 to help single-parent families

Kentucky deputies help deliver baby boy in parking lot

Brown-Forman helps feed first responders

Retirement parade for JCPS principal

JCPS serves its 1 millionth meal since school closures

  JCPS seniors surprised with scholarship checks

Byck Elementary School teachers collect ‘Bags of Hope’ for students

First grade teachers at Byck Elementary collected bikes, helmets, food and summer toys along with some necessities for outdoor fun.

TARC buses honor JCPS seniors

There are 21 buses with banners from each high school in the district with every senior’s name to congratulate them on a job well done.

Councilwoman Dorsey secures 20,000 PPE donation

TARC drivers will receive some of the donations as well as the Metro Council to distribute throughout the districts.

Elizabethtown High School plans parade for class of 2020

On Monday, EHS seniors lined up in their cars in front of the school with their cap and gowns on and signs on the car with their names on it.

YPAS student accepted into New York’s prestigious Juilliard School

Sophia Baete, a senior at duPont Manual High School’s Youth Performing Arts School, has been accepted into The Juilliard School for Vocal Performance.

NKY family receives donations to buy service dog for 6-year-old daughter

A family in Independence bought a $40,000 service dog for their 6-year-old thanks to donations from the community.

Dunkin Donuts to treat healthcare workers on National Nurses Day

The special offer is in celebration of National Nurses Day.

Central Hardin High School records graduation ceremony

John Hardin High School and North Hardin will both do similar ceremonies.

‘Star Wars: the Rise of Skywalker’ debuts on Disney Plus

The complete Skywalker Saga is available for streaming on Disney Plus.

  Local HVAC company makes UV lightbox to sanitize PPE

The need for personal protective equipment, or PPE, is dire, as supply cannot keep up with demand amid the coronavirus pandemic. One Louisville business is stepping up to help area hospitals preserve the life of their PPE.

Restaurant owners appreciate landlord’s advice to ‘pay employees’ instead of rent

Young Investment Company announced Tuesday night on social media it would “not expect its restaurant tenants to pay April rent.”

Delivery driver offers to pick up prescriptions

The service is being offered in New Albany, Clarksville and Jeffersonville.

$1K tip left for server at Oriental Wok amid coronavirus outbreak

'Your family and staff has always taken such great care of us through the years, we know it’s going to be a tough few months'

Missing dog returns to California owner after 2 years in Michigan

Snowball, missing from California for two years, was found in Michigan thanks to his microchip, according to a report.

  Valentine’s Day letter explains man’s gift of love

Billy Hawkins died from a stroke last year, leaving countless loved ones, friends and former students in LaRue County in shock.

Bullitt County student leaders promoting kindess around the school

The kindness revolution began Wednesday, led by students on the Principal’s Advisory Council.

SDF celebrates banner year in 2019

A celebration for a record-setting 2019 took place Thursday at the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport.

VIDEO: Kentucky woman finds missing dog more than 2 years later

A Kentucky woman has found her dog after more than two years and we can't stop watching the reunion video.

WATCH: Lexington PD officer saves deer from frigid backyard pool

The animal appeared to be completely still upon arrival, but when the officer got closer, it was apparent the animal was conscious, albeit exhausted.

Evansville dog back home after being found 2k miles away

Thanks to the help of a husband and wife, a rescue dog found in Los Angeles is now back in Evansville.

  Crash survivor credits Christmas song, sister with saving her voice

Becky Rains, over the course of years, built up the ability and the courage to sing.

  Woman saved from sinking car by ISP trooper says someone was ‘watching over’ her

"We believe in guardian angels. I don’t know how other people feel, but it was definitely like somebody was watching over," Megan Fleetwood said.

  Olmsted Academy South students organize Puppy Room fundraiser

Students at Olmsted Academy South organized a Puppy Room for their classmates Wednesday.

Clark Memorial Health employees donate Blessing Bags to Jesus Cares at Exit 0

Food items, toiletries, socks, gloves, and hats filled the one-gallon bags that will go to the homeless and very low-income families in Clark County.

  UofL Football gives back with Operation Christmas Child

They filled shoe boxes with toys, school supplies and hygiene items for Operation Christmas Child, which sends them to children in need, ages 2 to 14, in over 100 countries.

  Salvation Army kicks off Red Kettle campaign

With a smile and a song, every day from Black Friday to Christmas Eve you’ll find volunteer bell ringer Doan Price outside the Stonybrook Kroger.

Free coat exchange offers those in need a coat for the winter

Five locations across Jefferson County offered free coats to residents in need.

Over 350 turkeys donated for Southwest Louisville families

The donated turkeys will be donated to Louisville families in need.

Radio personalities living in scissor lifts for a good cause this weekend

Radio station Q103.1 FM is teaming up with local union partners and the United Way to get as many donated bicycles as they can, all for Toys for Tots.

You can get texts from Santa leading up to Christmas

The holly, jolly, man himself will text jokes, sayings, recipes, facts, and little reminders.

Restaurateur Jeff Ruby donates turkeys to Louisville firefighters

The Cincinnati-based restaurateur who also owns one of Louisville’s top steakhouses visited Louisville Fire headquarters to give 500 turkeys to first responders and their famililes.

‘We love you, Alex’: Trebek chokes up over ‘Jeopardy!’ contestant’s heartfelt answer

The contestant said Trebek, who has stage 4 pancreatic cancer, told them at the time the episode was taped that he had to reenter treatment.

Salvation Army introduces high tech paying option called ‘Kettle Pay’

The Salvation Army is making it easier for donors to give back during the Christmas season by making a gift with Apple Pay or Google Pay at the iconic Red Kettles.

MSD and Louisville Water host annual Veterans Day recognition ceremony

The companies honored their combined 92 employees who have or are still serving our country.

  Middle school student can draw world map from memory

Brooks Tunstall, who is in eighth grade at Oak Knoll, can draw a fairly accurate map of the world from memory in just 15 minutes.

  Local veteran family receives free car as the holiday season begins

In November more than 100 veterans will get keys to newly restored vehicles, including a local family of four from Louisville.

  Veterans honored at Oldham County Middle School

Veterans from across the area were recognized for their service by students at Oldham County Middle School.

Special ‘therapists’ visit Jeffersonville firefighters

It was all part of an equine therapy session at the Jeffersonville Fire House.

  Louisville family hands out 200 hot dogs every Halloween for neighbors

For six years, Dan Miller and his family have had lines forming outside their home on Halloween night. They pass out candy, but that’s not what keeps people coming back.

NICU babies celebrate Halloween with first costume

Dressing babies in Halloween costumes gives parents a chance to celebrate their newborns, as well as feel like they're part of the outside world.

Sheriffs collecting items for annual Cram the Cruiser

Donations will be collected at Graves County Dollar General Stores starting November 1st.

  After chemotherapy, Archbishop Kurtz says ‘sickness brings out the best in people’

Archbishop Joseph Kurtz is back at home in Louisville after 8 rounds of chemotherapy for an aggressive form of cancer in his bladder and prostate.

New street signs honor work and dedication of Apostle Raymond J. Keith Jr.

Apostle Raymond J. Keith Jr. has been an ordained minister for Refuge in Kentucky since October 23, 1976.

  Paws with Purpose celebrates 15 years of inmates training service dogs

For more than 15 years, inmates at the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women have been training dogs while serving time thanks to a partnership with an organization called Paws with Purpose.

FBLA students help cleanup Active Heroes Retreat Center

The center, which is located in Shepherdsville, is free for military families.

  Former teacher battling Alzheimer’s finds happiness during return to classroom

The 'Live A Dream' program at a New Albany nursing home facility is giving its residents the chance to re-live a day or take that time to try something completely new and different.

Nanz and Kraft Florists participate in nationwide ‘Petal It Forward’ outreach program

The "Petal It Forward" program is meant to spread positivity and highlight the emotional benefits of receiving flowers.

TreesLouisville to plant 10,000 trees in Rubbertown

TreesLouisville announced the plantings as part of the Rubbertown Corridor tree canopy enhancement plan.

Nonprofit giving more than 1,000 new pairs of shoes to Northern Kentucky students

Volunteers washed the students' feet, then fitted them for their brand new shoes.

Junior Achievement hosts interactive career fair for local students

Companies will showcase their businesses through interactive exhibits for students to explore their career options upon graduating from high school.

Local student earns several awards for short film production

Highlighting the experiences he had in the theatre program at Holy Trinity Parish School.

  Pumpkin Path brings dozens of pumpkins to seniors

Residents at Signature Healthcare of Jefferson Place got a chance to see dozens of spectacular pumpkins brought right to their door.

  Louisville Metro Animal Services officially open new animal shelter

The new shelter on Newburg Road can house more than 150 animals.

  4-year-old superfan leads UofL band during halftime performance

Allen Norton, 4, got to be an honorary conductor for the Cards marching band.

Lexington man honors late friend by gifting drum set to his buddy with Down Syndrome

After a tragic incident claimed the life of University of Kentucky student Kyle Landwehr, his friends and family were left to pick up the pieces.

Girl Scouts honor ‘tough cookies’ at annual award ceremony

The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana honored several "Tough Cookies" during their annual Tough Cookie Awards on Friday.

  Battling cancer, ‘Courageous Carter’ receives thousands of cards for 10th birthday

Thousands of cards, messages and presents have been pouring in for a young Louisville boy battling cancer.

  Kentucky State Police trooper by day, Elvis Presley by night

Endre Samu has been in law enforcement for more than 40 years. He’s been a Kentucky State Trooper for the past 11 years. You'll never guess what he does to release the pressure of working in law enforcement.