Communities come together through coronavirus closures Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

"We're ready to go. All you've got to do is call." Neighbors lend a helping hand as coronavirus shuts down businesses.

        

Masterson’s preps meals for seniors in wake of coronavirus outbreak Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

The company is busy preparing 27,000 meals that will be available for seniors 60-year-old and up.

        

Mayor: Libraries, Metro community centers closed due to coronavirus concerns Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

If you're looking to find something to do while kids are out of school, you may be running short of options.

        

Indiana virus cases rise to 15; utility won’t cut power Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

The new COVID-19 cases are residents of Marion, LaPorte and Wells counties, the state Department of Health said.

        

Bob Baffert says he’s hearing Kentucky Derby could move to ‘maybe June or September’ Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

Churchill Downs says it plans to make announcement about race next week in light of coronavirus pandemic.

       

Louisville woman creates website to help at-risk neighbors during coronavirus outbreak Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

Louisvillecovid19match.com is a website designed to help those at risk get help with daily tasks from volunteers during the coronavirus outbreak.

       

Bellarmine University students move out of dorms amid COVID-19 outbreak Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

Students living in university residence halls were told to leave by 5 p.m. Saturday.

4 more cases of coronavirus confirmed in Kentucky bringing statewide total to 18 Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

Governor Andy Beshear says Jefferson, Nelson and Fayette Counties all have new cases of COVID-19.

        

Ky. constable charged in shooting of FBI agent Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

One agent was injured during the shooting.

Louisville woman creates online program to match volunteers with city’s at-risk residents during COVID-19 outbreak Saturday, Mar 14 2020 

Through the Louisville COVID-19 Match program, volunteers can help the city's most-vulnerable residents shop for groceries and run other errands.

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