Bevin signs order to support Israel against BDS movement Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order to ban the award of state contracts to companies that participate in boycott, divestment and sanction practices against Israel.

Judge orders ex-Louisville cop in Explorer case back into custody Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

Kenneth Betts, who was indicted last week by a federal grand jury, was ordered back into custody for violating the terms of his release.


Parents slam JCPS for keeping schools with power outages open Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

Students at seven schools, including those with the district's youngest learners, held classes Thursday despite having no power.


Video shows power outage at Atherton High School due to winter storm Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

Video of a dark hallway at Atherton High School on Thursday, which was open despite having no power after an overnight winter storm.


Complaints made between Democrats on Metro Council dismissed by caucus Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

Two complaints made by Louisville Metro Council members against fellow Democrats were dismissed after lengthy discussion in closed session.


Is the Marvin Lewis-led Bengals defense ready for Lamar Jackson? Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

The Bengals defense may square off Sunday against a first-time starting quarterback in rookie Lamar Jackson.


Jeff Brohm: Report about a deal with Louisville 'completely false' Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

The scrutiny and speculation on Jeff Brohm and Louisville was raised more with a report Wednesday that the coach later shot down.


Urban League leader: Hate crime charges in Kroger killings show 'we will not tolerate hate' Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

Gregory Bush was indicted Thursday on federal hate crimes charges in connection with killing two African-Americans at a Kroger in Jeffersontown Oct. 24


Florida felons' restored voting rights will have national, personal impacts Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

More than 60 percent of Florida voters chose on Election Day to restore voting rights to people with prior felonies, amending the state constitution and changing the face of the Florida electorate.


Selling Nazi and KKK memorabilia banned at Kentucky fairgrounds Thursday, Nov 15 2018 

A month after the sale of Nazi and KKK paraphernalia at a gun show drew criticism, the Kentucky State Fair Board has banned such items


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