More than 20% of Kentucky children are growing up in poverty, but Black and Latinx children are worse off in the state’s most urban counties.
Wildlife In Need was the focus of a 2014 Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting series, which found numerous safety lapses and a troubled history at the tiger petting zoo.
June Leffler, who graduated this month from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in Chicago, is KyCIR’s summer fellow.
Despite widespread confusion over drastic leadership changes atop the University of Louisville, President James Ramsey said Thursday that operations are “business as usual.”
Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System Denies Louisville Educator’s Request For Investment Information
Just as the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting learned eight months ago, a Louisville high school teacher has been told that financial details about his state-funded retirement plan are secret and can’t be disclosed.