David Camm can sue for false arrest in wife and kids’ murder, federal court rules Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

A federal appeals court says former Indiana state Trooper David Camm, who was twice convicted of murdering his family, can sue for false arrest.


Defensive back Lovie Jenkins becomes latest 2020 commitment for Louisville football Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

Louisville continues its recruiting momentum this week, gaining a three-star defensive back in its 2020 class.


Judge rules David Camm lawsuit against Indiana over murder arrest can proceed Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

On Tuesday, a federal appeals court ruled Camm's suit can more forward, reversing the decision of a lower court that threw out the case in February 2018.

Apple launches 3 new iPhones starting at $699, plus updated Watch and iPad Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

At media event in Cupertino, Apple said new phones would be faster and have longer lasting battery. The camera on the Pro models have been updated.


Rick Pitino returns to Louisville for mediation in breach of contract lawsuit Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

After eight-and-a-half hours of mediation between Pitino's legal team and U of L Athletics inside the Federal Courthouse Building in downtown Louisville, he didn't comment to reporters and drove off.

Louisville’s new $12 million animal shelter to open soon on Newburg Road Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

The building has been in the works for decades and will replace the outdated Manslick Road shelter.

JCPS unanimously approves to increase property taxes for second straight year Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

The Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the increase for the 2019-2020 fiscal year on Tuesday.


FBI addresses city violence, presents UofL Hospital with special memento Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

So far this year, 66 people have been killed and 188 injured from gun violence. That's a total of 254 people affected by gun violence across the Metro.


Here’s how much your property taxes will go up because of JCPS board vote Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

Jefferson County Public Schools leaders say they will spend three-quarters of the new revenue on students.


Vince Tyra, ULAA members leaves federal courthouse after Rick Pitino settlement talks Tuesday, Sep 10 2019 

Louisville Athletic Director Vince Tyra and the University of Louisville Athletic Association leaves the federal courthouse following a settlement conference.


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