Louisville man involved in 2015 Bullitt County drone lawsuit arrested in Alabama on property theft charges Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

John Boggs is accused of being part of a multistate crime ring connected to storm damage repairs.

After Senate votes to acquit, McConnell doesn’t answer questions about Trump’s behavior Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

A reporter asked him, "Why is there this reluctance to engage specifically on the issue of the president's conduct? "


Business executive drops out of Indiana gubernatorial race Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Longtime health care business executive Woody Myers on Wednesday became the presumptive Democratic nominee to challenge Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb as the only other expected candidate dropped out of the race.

Bill allowing children accused of major crimes to be tried in adult courts, sent to state prisons passes Indiana Senate Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

Supporters of the bill want children accused of violent crimes like rape, murder or robbery waived out of the juvenile justice system.

‘Girls can do the same thing as boys.’ 9-year-old Louisville girl’s speed gets her a spot in the NFL’s ‘Next 100’ Super Bowl ad Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

Blakely Touche is so fast it landed her in Super Bowl 54 and caught the eye of Baltimore Ravens star and former UofL player Lamar Jackson.


Louisville Metro Animal Services says dog left tied to gate outside shelter is in ‘dire’ condition Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

Surveillance footage captured a person tying the 3-year-old male pit bull to a gate outside Louisville Metro Animal Services' Newburg Road shelter around 5 a.m. Jan. 26.

ExCEL award winner gets through to students by ‘teaching the whole child’ Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

Mrs. Ashley Pearson, a former JCPS student herself, shows passion for bettering her students’ lives daily.


Louisville metro lawmakers give nod to some golf contracts, but pass on others Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

Three of the six golf contracts made the cut to go the full Metro Council on Thursday.


Here’s what Kentucky politicians are saying about Trump’s acquittal on impeachment changes Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

With the help of Kentucky's Republican senators and others from the GOP caucus, President Donald Trump will remain in office.


This Kentucky legislator wants to create a Women Veterans Day Wednesday, Feb 5 2020 

A Kentucky legislator wants to designate a Women Veterans' Day, and she has a lot of support from her colleagues.


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