JCPS employee pleads not guilty after charged with taking weapon onto district property Monday, Feb 10 2020 

Jason Smiley, who works with JCPS' community supports division, said in a Facebook post that he owns a gun that is used for "justice."

       

Bellarmine University applicants no longer have to provide ACT, SAT scores Monday, Feb 10 2020 

The "test-optional" policy will begin for prospective students who are applying for the 2021-22 academic year.

Manual’s class of ’76 makes big donation to Louisville Urban League Sports and Learning Complex Monday, Feb 10 2020 

The group said they want to give back to the community that helped shape them, and they are challenging other JCPS alumni to join the effort.

        

Wildlife in Need owner will keep animals, USDA says Monday, Feb 10 2020 

The USDA ruled Tim Stark willingly violated the Animal Welfare Act on multiple occasions and revoked his license last week.

        

‘Farmers won’t talk about this issue’: Kentucky girl’s letter to father raises awareness of farmer suicides Monday, Feb 10 2020 

Lawmakers hear testimony from a LaRue County high school student as they consider focus on suicides in rural Kentucky.

        

High water levels on Ohio River cancels popular Valentine’s cruise Monday, Feb 10 2020 

The Mary M. Miller Riverboat on the wharf had to cancel all of its sold-out Valentine’s cruises due to the rising river.

        

Church collects donations to purchase caps and gowns for homeless Bullitt Central students Monday, Feb 10 2020 

Shepherdsville First Church of the Nazarene has already surpassed its fundraising goal.

        

2 people arrested on drug charges after Columbus SWAT raids home Monday, Feb 10 2020 

Police said it started after a complaint came in about the amount of traffic at a home on California Street in Columbus.

Grayson County community rallying to help family of mother who died after explosion Monday, Feb 10 2020 

Angela Young died Feb. 8 from injuries sustained in a home explosion Jan. 29.

        

Plans announced to redevelop New Albany’s Stemwood Lumber Mill into 192-unit apartment complex Monday, Feb 10 2020 

The Stemwood Lumber Mill closed in 2015 after about 110 years in business.

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