What Amtrak's return would mean to Louisville Adam K. Raymond Article Updated: September 16, 2021 Leave a comment Share on FacebookTweet this! Decades after Amtrak left town, some residents are eager for its return. Post navigation Previous postChampions League soccer: Messi, Neymar, Mbappe debut; PSG, Club Brugge draw Next postLabor Dept. says 330,000 in U.S. have filed new unemployment claims Posted in: Uncategorized More Articles By the same author 'If the creek is up, I'm dead': The human toll of Kentucky's infrastructure woes Adam K. Raymond Sep 9, 2021 A crumbling low-water crossing in Owen County has residents feeling vulnerable. A Guide to Potential Recounts in 6 Closely Watched States Adam K. Raymond Nov 4, 2020 Votes are still be counted in some states. They may soon be recounted. Should People Be Paid to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine? Adam K. Raymond Jan 20, 2021 Some economists say it could help convince the vaccine hesitant to get the shot. Only a third of LMPD report receiving COVID-19 vaccine Adam K. Raymond May 13, 2021 It's the second lowest among 19 Metro government departments. 'It's not right': Essential workers got 'thank you' pay as CEOs got millions Adam K. Raymond Jul 14, 2021 How Amazon, Kroger, and UPS navigated the pandemic. How the Backside Learning Center weathered the pandemic to keep serving workers at Churchill Downs Adam K. Raymond Apr 27, 2021 From cash assistance to vaccine education, the BLC has been a lifeline for workers on the backside. UK begins recruiting children for Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trials Adam K. Raymond Jun 16, 2021 Parents can sign up children between six months and 11 years old. How Erika Shields Handled Police Killings in Atlanta Adam K. Raymond Mar 2, 2021 Critics say the new Louisville police chief’s response was unsympathetic and insufficient. Why Some Conservatives Want to Impeach Andy Beshear Adam K. Raymond Dec 8, 2020 Activists say Beshear's COVID-19 orders, including the mask mandate, are grounds for impeachment.