Metro Government sues Metro Council, aims to block law enforcement leaders from testifying about civil unrest

Led by Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, the city's Metro Government has filed a lawsuit against its Metro Council members in an attempt to block two law enforcement leaders from testifying in open court about the recent unrest across the city.

What do the kids say? K-12 students sound off on school

Anxious parents around the country are looking to schools that have already opened for signs of how it might go.
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States strain to carry out Trump order on unemployment aid

Governors and state labor department officials around the country are scrambling to figure out if it is feasible to implement President Donald Trump’s executive order to partially extend enhanced unemployment insurance for millions of Americans struggling to find work in the pandemic-scarred economy


  Crystal Rogers’ mother says prayers are answered as FBI takes over daughter’s death investigation

Beshear: Unemployment action ‘not workable’ in current form

Attorney files lawsuit against LMPD claiming new enforcement violates constitutional rights

  Parents divided on Beshear’s recommendation to delay in-person classes until late September

Positive COVID-19 test confirmed at Clarksville High School

Individuals who were in close contact with the student were notified.
  • Coronavirus

  90% increase in COVID-19 cases seen in US children over last month, report says

Severe symptoms still appear rare among those kids infected, making up less than 2% of hospitalizations. However, at least 90 children have died from the disease.

  ‘It’s manic’: COVID-19 spike at New Albany nursing home angers, worries employees

  Community activist Neal Robertson arrested during Sunday night protest

  Make Ends Meet: Finding affordable food

  No parties, more virus testing: UofL students, staff prepare for unconventional return to campus

Man shot, killed in Shawnee

  Louisville homicides eclipse total from 2019 and it’s only August

  UofL’s Satterfield says ACC moving forward with plans to play football in fall

  Some JCPS parents relieved children likely won’t have to share Chromebooks for NTI 2.0

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Boy with autism kicked out of NJ church for making noise during sister’s baptism

The boy's family says the priest refused to apologize and instead attempted to justify his actions. However, he later said he regrets the mistake in a statement released by the archdiocese.


Kenny Payne leaves UK for position with New York Knicks

Indy Eleven, Lou City finish in a draw

Scoring the match's first goal early in the first half, Lou City blanked the rest of the way vs. Indy Eleven.


  Local business adjusts to Kentucky Derby in September

  4 people shot, 2 dead after early morning shootings in Louisville

Gov. Beshear recommends schools wait until late September to begin in-person classes

TARC coach operator tests positive for COVID-19

BoomBozz to host job fair at Westport Village location

Positions available include servers, hosts, kitchen staff and managerial positions.
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  Trump abruptly escorted from briefing after shooting near White House

The White House was placed on lockdown following the incident.

Name for home-school location at church chosen by parishioners

WKU reports 187 total confirmed cases of COVID-19

Columbus SWAT arrests Bartholomew Co. man for domestic violence; 2nd man on drug charges

Man shot, killed in Smoketown identified