FBI seeking information in connection to Hall of Justice arson

FBI Louisville tweeted a poster with three photos of the arson that happened on Sept. 23.

Official: Paris stabbing suspect targeted Charlie Hebdo

The newspaper, which routinely mocks religious figures of all kinds, decided to republish the caricatures the day before the trial into the 2015 attacks opened earlier this month.
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  Police tase woman at football game in Logan, Ohio

Police say the woman was not arrested for not wearing a mask, but was charged for violating school policy and refusing to leave the premises.


  22 arrests made in Friday night protests continuing past curfew

Three local businesses face damage in looting incidents Friday night, LMPD confirms

Southern Indiana woman killed in 2-vehicle crash

2 Louisville homes damaged in fire on 23rd Street

UofL basketball players lead march for Breonna Taylor

The players said these protests are about more than a political movement.
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  Trump expected to announce conservative Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court

Republicans are expecting President Donald Trump to announce Saturday that he is nominating Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court as he aims to put a historic stamp on the high court just weeks before the election.

Grenade found in Smoketown on Finzer Street

  LMPD: 16 Louisville businesses looted overnight Thursday

  WATCH: Video shows chaotic moments after Sgt. Mattingly was shot in Breonna Taylor raid

  JCPS: Some students could return to classrooms in October if COVID-19 cases decline

  ’Enough Is Enough:’ Breonna Taylor supporters rally at Jefferson Square Park

Ky. Secretary of State announces plan to increase polling areas

  Ky. Rep. Attica Scott discusses moments leading up to arrest, felony charge

  Calls continue for release of information in Breonna Taylor case

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  Ginsburg makes history again, lying in state at Capitol

The ceremony is expected to be a celebration and honoring of her life and work, with musical selections from one of Ginsburg’s favorite opera singers, mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves.


Reds secure first playoff berth since 2013 with win over Twins

Rescheduled high school football games for September 25-26

Curfew forces changes in JCPS football schedules

Trinity vs St. X game rescheduled due to curfew

Gale Sayers, Bears Hall of Fame running back, dies at 77

The Pro Football Hall of Fame said Wednesday that Chicago Bears running back Gale Sayers, whose friendship with a teammate with cancer was recounted in “Brian’s Song,” has died at the age of 77.


  Does ‘claiming sanctuary’ at a church protect protesters from arrest?

Man accused of shooting 2 LMPD officers pleads not guilty

'This virus has come for us’: Beshear confirms 12 more COVID-19 deaths, 930 new cases

Rioting & Unlawful Assembly: What do these charges mean?

Louisville Zoo’s Siberian tiger Etta dies at 17

Etta first came to Louisville in 2008.
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  Despite Trump attacks, both parties vow orderly election

Congressional Republicans pushed back Thursday after President Donald Trump again declined to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the Nov. 3 presidential election.

Feds charge man for aiming laser pointer at helicopters

Suspect in high-speed chase accused of killing mom, 12-year-old sister

LMPD investigating business lootings, robbery after a night of protests

TARC to stop services at 7 p.m. through weekend


UofL basketball players lead march for Breonna Taylor

Ky. Secretary of State announces plan to increase polling areas

Trump works to win over Catholic voters on abortion issue

  Trump asks Supreme Court for fast action in census case

Report: Order to shorten count wasn’t made by Census Bureau