Inductees announced for Veterans Hall of Fame Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

Every year, Kentucky recognizes local veterans who served both their county and their community, including them into the Hall of Fame.


March for Our Lives hosts vigil for Dayton, El Paso shooting victims at McConnell's office Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

A vigil was held Tuesday night in Louisville to mourn the victims in the mass shootings over the weekend in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.


Horseshoe Southern Indiana will offer sports betting in temporary space for start of NFL season Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

With a new Indiana state law allowing sports wagering starting in September, Horseshoe Casino is making preparations to for a temporary sports betting facility.

Communities connect with law enforcement for National Night Out Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

Various divisions of Louisville Metro Police participated with their own events, including one outside the Kroger store on West Broadway.


Papa John’s announces $8.4M 2nd quarter earnings; launching new marketing campaign featuring Shaquille O’Neal Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

The company announced its first profit in a year but admitted pizza sales are still off.


Rally held outside McConnell’s office calls for gun control legislation Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

Among the protesters was Heath High School shooting survivor Hollan Holm who says “thoughts and prayers” aren’t enough.


JCPS Board votes not to approve school resource officer contracts Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

With that 3-3 vote, the JCPS Board voted not to approve contracts with Jeffersontown Police, Shively Police and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.


On split vote, JCPS board votes to remove cops from schools Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

The board failed to approve contracts with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and the Jeffersontown and Shively police departments.


Hundreds rally in Louisville in vigil for victims of El Paso, Dayton shootings Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

March for Our Lives held a vigil outside of Mitch McConnell's office in Louisville for the victims of the massing shootings in Dayton and El Paso.


JCPS won’t have SROs to begin school year after split board vote Tuesday, Aug 6 2019 

Uniformed police officers will not work in Jefferson County Public Schools this year in a surprise move by the school board just one week before school starts.

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