MSD warns the public not to flush products besides toilet paper Monday, Mar 16 2020 

MSD officials said not to flush wipes, napkins or paper towels.

Thunder Over Louisville moved to August, sources say Monday, Mar 16 2020 

It looks like Thunder Over Louisville will move to late summer, a reliable source told WHAS11 News Monday night.


Louisville grocery chain Rainbow Blossom to reserve first hour of shopping for elderly, immunocompromised Monday, Mar 16 2020 

Starting Wednesday, all five locations will allow only the elderly and the immunocompromised to shop during the first hour after opening.

It’s official: 146th Kentucky Derby now September 5 Monday, Mar 16 2020 

Thunder Over Louisville will take place on August 15, while the Oaks and Derby will happen on Labor Day weekend.


Wall Street faces another tough day as coronavirus cases rise Monday, Mar 16 2020 

The last time trading had to be halted was more than 20 years ago.


Sources: Thunder Over Louisville delayed until Aug. 15 Monday, Mar 16 2020 

Reliable sources tell WDRB that the event has been pushed to Aug. 15.

Nelson County first responders making changes as part of virus precautions Monday, Mar 16 2020 

First responders are stepping up efforts to not only keep the public safe, but also themselves.

Coronavirus: How to file for unemployment in Kentucky, who is eligible? Monday, Mar 16 2020 

Governor Andy Beshear loosened some of Kentucky's unemployment rules as COVID-19 increasingly affects local businesses and employees.


Grocery stores stay packed as Beshear suspends in-person dining at Kentucky restaurants Monday, Mar 16 2020 

Worried about COVID-19, Louisville shoppers continued to buy up groceries at several stores Monday.


Time For A Mental Health Day! Monday, Mar 16 2020 

Just because we’re keeping a social distance doesn’t mean we can’t connect! Join us this Wednesday, March 18th, from 9 am till 6 pm for a WFPK Mental Health Day. Call 502-814-WFPK and request a song that helps you deal with stress, dedicate a song to someone who is feeling overwhelmed or, ask a question you have about COVID19 and the news team at WFPL News Louisville will find the answer! Call 502-814-9375, find us on Facebook and Twitter or send an email to We’ll be taking a Mental Health Day every Wednesday for the time being!

Remember there are resources for you, family and friends.

Louisville Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 502-589-4313.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
The Veterans Crisis and Military Crisis Line is 1-800-273-8255 Press 1
Crisis Text Line (free text message service) is 741-741
Centerstone KY: Acute Child Psychiatric Services Crisis Line is 502-589-8070 

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