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Kentucky’s abortion clinics are taking appointments again. What to know if you need procedure

Kentucky’s two abortion providers will resume offering abortions and scheduling patients for future appointments beginning Friday, clinic representatives said. EMW Women’s Surgical Center and Planned Parenthood, both in Louisville, announced Thursday afternoon that abortion care would continue at least for the next few days. The announcement came hours after a Jefferson County judge granted a restraining order that blocks a statewide trigger law banning nearly all abortions from taking effect, permitting both clinics to offer abortion care, at least for now.
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Judge grants temporary restraining order to block Kentucky's abortion ban

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A judge in Louisville granted a temporary restraining order to block Kentucky's near total ban on abortions. Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Mitch Perry released the decision Thursday. The restraining order means abortions in Kentucky can resume. Kentucky's two abortion clinics — the EMW Women's Surgical...
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Donovan Mitchell makes a surprise appearance at Camp DLo

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- D'Angelo Russell hasn't divulged which of his current or former NBA friends might be stopping by Friday for a celebrity game at the second annual basketball camp in his hometown, but he had a couple of nice surprises for campers Thursday. His longtime friend, Ohio State...
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Goodwill offering a second chance at a life through education and employment

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Offering both clothes and people a second chance, the Goodwill 2nd Chance Outlet on Preston Highway is hopes to create success stories. Jessie Williams is one of those stories. Moving in and out of jail for over 26 years, he finally decided enough was enough and searched for a second chance. "Even my own family wouldn't give me a job," Williams said, "so this means the world to me."
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$15k Richer! Lawyer Who Sold Notebook From Johnny Depp Trial Plans On Donating Money To Children's Hospital After Amber Heard Fails To Pay Pledge

A lawyer from Louisville, Kentucky, has sold his notebook from the Amber Heard-Johnny Depp defamation trial for a small fortune, and he's looking forward to giving the money to the Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA).As Radar previously reported, Heard, 36, said she would donate $3.5 million each to the ACLU and the Children's Hospital Los Angeles, but has yet to pay up in full.Larry "The DUI Guy" Forman will now be donating the $15,000 he made on eBay after traveling to the Fairfax County Courthouse in Virginia to watch the legal battle unfold, jotting down notes from moments the cameras...
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Cameron asks Court of Appeals to reinstate Kentucky abortion ban

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Attorney General Daniel Cameron filed a request for emergency relief at the Court of Appeals on Thursday, asking for the reinstatement of Kentucky's trigger abortion ban and heartbeat law after a Jefferson circuit court judge blocked the laws earlier in the day. Judge Mitch Perry's temporary...
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Jack Harlow Donates To 3 LGBTQ Organizations In Louisville

Jack Harlow recently donated to three LGBTQ organizations in Louisville, according to a press release from QueerKentucky. The recipients include Sweet Evening Breeze, Louisville Pride Foundation and Queer Kentucky, which the release said “will all benefit from Harlow’s charitable heart.” The three organizations will receive a total of $45,000.
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