Officers should not have shot back during Breonna Taylor raid, PSU investigation concludes

Ultimately, three LMPD officers unloaded their weapons after Sgt. Jon Mattingly was shot by Kenneth Walker, Breonna Taylor's boyfriend, resulting in Taylor’s death.

NASA Mars helicopter heard humming through thin Martian air

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California released this first-ever audio Friday, just before Ingenuity was set to soar on its fifth test flight.
  • COVID

Some restaurant owners claim they’re having trouble finding workers during the pandemic

Some employees have left the restaurant industry for good amid the perils of the pandemic, which exposed workers to the coronavirus and uncooperative patrons.

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Tasty competition: Louisville, Lexington Ronald McDonald Houses vying to bring in most meals

Teenager killed in 3-car crash on West Broadway identified

  Local business still face challenges as Beshear eases capacity, face masks restrictions

Woman killed in Cherokee Road crash

  Louisville businesses struggling to find workers as hiring shrinks across US

Hiring across America was sharply lower in April compared to the month before, according to data released from the U.S. Department of Labor Friday.
  • National

  US job growth slows sharply in sign of struggles

With viral cases declining and states and localities easing restrictions, businesses have added jobs for four straight months, the Labor Department said Friday. Still, the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.1% from 6% in March.

  KSU graduates receive diplomas at in-person graduation ceremony

  Preregistration opens for children 12 to 15 to receive COVID-19 vaccine

  Gas prices spike as summer travel starts

Beshear confirms 638 new COVID cases, 10 more deaths Friday

  Small bodies, big message: Students sing to heal, uplift community

  Behind the Forecast: Cicadas: Could cool weather delay their emergence

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Kentucky Kingdom to reopen with new ownership

  • National

Summer of the road trip: Vacations are back

The U.S. Travel Association says 72% of Americans will make at least one trip this summer.

SPORTS

UofL field hockey set to face Michigan in NCAA final four

What’s next for the Derby field?

UK adds Iowa transfer CJ Fredrick

  After more than 600 days, Louisville Bats welcome fans back to Slugger Field

After more than a year without baseball at Louisville Slugger Field, the Louisville Bats welcomed fans back to the stadium.

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  Beshear: COVID-19 restrictions to be eased again ahead of Memorial Day weekend

  Kentucky public school districts sue company for damage caused by opioid crisis

  Kentucky attorney general establishes search warrant task force

  Remembering slain Louisville officers 50 years later

Veterinarians, rescuers warning pet owners about new strain of potentially deadly parvovirus

An animal rescue says it is already feeling the effects, with two puppies lost to the virus in recent weeks.
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Pfizer aims for full FDA approval of vaccine

That gives Pfizer and German partner BioNTech a shot at winning the first full approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Louisville church prays for first responders, election officials on National Day of Prayer

  CDC: US birth, fertility rates drop to record low in 2020 amid COVID pandemic

  Louisville seeing sharp increase in dangerous international shipments

Shields did not fire officer who shot Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta, spokesperson says