Over 25 killed, hundreds hurt in huge blast in Beirut

A massive explosion rocked Beirut on Tuesday, flattening much of the port, damaging buildings and blowing out windows and doors across the capital and sending a giant mushroom cloud into the sky.
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Pinky-swear gets suicidal Florida teen off overpass ledge

The teen said he was tired of life and wanted to jump off the bridge.

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Poll: Trump, McConnell enjoy big leads in Kentucky over Democratic rivals

Funeral arrangements announced for Floyd County Prosecutor Keith Henderson

Water sprays in the air following water main break in downtown Louisville

836 new COVID-19 related cases, 14 new deaths reported in Indiana

Until Freedom: National protest group to relocate operations to Louisville

A national protest group that made its presence known for a few days in Louisville last month has announced it is relocating its operation to Louisville.
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Key GOP senator backs food stamp boost in virus relief bill

A key Senate Republican said Tuesday that he supports an increase in the food stamp benefit as part of a huge coronavirus relief bill, adding that an agreement on that issue could lead to further overall progress on the legislation, which remains stalled despite days of Capitol negotiations.

Driver killed in crash involving semi on Shepherdsville Road

JCPS to announce plan for students to obtain Chromebooks

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  Former El Nopal employee felt ‘disrespected’ by man who refused to wear mask before bloody fight

  Black students, educators demand safety and equity to reopen Louisville schools

  ‘There’s the door’ -- Councilman blasts law enforcement leaders who won’t answer questions

Kentucky State University allowing students to choose in-person or virtual classes this fall

A/B schedule approved for Oldham County middle, high school students

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  Tropical Storm Isaias drives wild inland weather up East Coast

Tropical Storm Isaias spawned tornadoes and dumped rain along the U.S. East Coast on Tuesday after making landfall as a hurricane in North Carolina, where it smashed boats together and caused floods and fires that displaced dozens of people.

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AUTO RACING: Bill Kimmel Sr. passes away

  Football coaches thrilled to be able to start play September 11

To play or not to play? It was a decision weighing heavy on the minds of many Kentucky coaches leading fall sports. That's why there may have been a unified sigh of relief when the KHSAA made its decision to allow the fall sports season with new guidelines.

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  Restaurant employee suspended after fight over mask

  Ky. eviction rule lifted as groups provide resources to keep people in their homes

  Kentucky calls on young people to help with poll worker shortage in November

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  Mother pleads for transparency in son’s traffic stop ahead of ordinance vote

The family said their case is another out of many in the community that demands transparency.
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  Hurricane Isaias makes landfall in North Carolina

The U.S. National Hurricane Center warned oceanside home dwellers to brace for storm surge up to 5 feet and up to 8 inches of rain in spots, as Isaias moves up the coast.

  Fischer looking for ‘best person for the job’ as city posts LMPD chief opening

Education, workforce leaders push to close Kentucky’s digital divide

David McAtee: State investigation into deadly shooting ‘substantially complete’

  Thousands expected to seek help at Louisville unemployment site