Golden Alert canceled for 27-year-old Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

The Golden Alert for Ashley Essex, last seen near 4145 West Market Street, has been canceled.


This family used an app to say goodbye to their loved one. Now they want to help families in similar situations. Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Keiko Neutz died just a few days after testing positive for COVID-19. Thankfully, technology allowed her to take her last breath surrounded by family.


Sazerac distilleries in Kentucky and Indiana begin producing hand sanitizer to combat COVID-19 outbreak Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

The hand sanitizer will go to healthcare, government, military, pharmacy, retail, airline and banking organizations.

UPDATE: Police locate missing 27-year-old Louisville woman Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Ashley Essex was last seen near 4145 W. Market Street.

Jody Demling taken off ventilator in encouraging turn after COVID-19 hospitalization Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Jody Demling, a fixture on the Louisville sports scene for years, has been hospitalized with coronavirus symptoms, a Cardinal Authority writer says.


Kentucky National Guard says influx of PPE donations crashes system, fix coming soon Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Gov. Andy Beshear said people should donate equipment, especially gloves, to medical professionals on the front-lines.


IMAGES | Bardstown teachers hold ‘We Miss You’ parade for students amid COVID-19 outbreak Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Students and parents lined the streets and waved and cheered from a safe distance as their teachers drove by.

Louisville family holds drive-by funeral to honor loved one during social distancing Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

"Nothing's gonna beat a hug. Nothing's gonna beat a kiss," a family member said. "But this is all we've got."

Police accuse Lanesville man of beating, strangling woman at Indiana campsite while on trip with her children Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Joshua Hill faces felony charges, including domestic battery, strangulation, neglect of a dependent, intimidation and criminal confinement, authorities said.

Two Louisville police officers test positive for coronavirus, pushing total to three Thursday, Apr 2 2020 

Two LMPD police officers have tested positive for COVID-19. They are the second and third confirmed cases among Louisville police officers.


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