Honeysuckles are the bane of our collective horticultural existence. Here’s why Friday, Aug 14 2020 

Honeysuckles are the bane of our collective horticultural existence, our garden columnist writes. Here's why.

       

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 5 new restaurants and bars to open in Louisville this month Friday, Aug 14 2020 

Want to try a brand-new restaurant? Take a look at a handful planning to open soon in Louisville amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

       

‘The Greatest.’ A flame, a look, one of the Olympics’ most powerful moments Friday, Aug 14 2020 

Muhammad Ali delivering the spark that officially launched the 1996 Summer Games would become one of the most chilling, eyes-watering moments in Olympic history.

        

New episode of ‘Bardstown’ podcast features interview with Crystal Rogers’ mother Friday, Aug 14 2020 

A new episode of the Bardstown podcast features an interview with Sherry Ballard, Rogers’ mother.

        

TARC workers protest, demand hazard pay Thursday, Aug 13 2020 

A group, including US Senate candidate Amy McGrath, held a protest at TARC headquarters Thursday.

        

Family organizes walk to remind public about missing Louisville mother Andrea Knabel Thursday, Aug 13 2020 

Andrea Knabel was last seen Aug. 13, 2019. Phone activity shows she was at her mother’s Audubon Park home around 6:30 a.m. that day.

1 injured following shooting inside Kroger parking lot in south Louisville Thursday, Aug 13 2020 

The shooting happened in the 4200 block of South Third Street in the Wilder Park neighborhood.

        

Man killed in shooting on Cane Run Rd. identified Thursday, Aug 13 2020 

According to police, the shooting happened around 3 a.m. on Monday. One man was taken to the hospital in critical condition.

        

Man dies at University Hospital after being shot multiple times in south Louisville Thursday, Aug 13 2020 

Police found Mryshaum Barnes, a 31-year-old man, with several gunshot wounds Tuesday afternoon. He died shortly past midnight Wednesday morning.

       

Beshear reports 6 COVID-19 cases in Hardin County children, warns school districts to wait on reopening Thursday, Aug 13 2020 

“Let’s not experiment with the health of our children,” Beshear said.

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