If people don’t take social distancing seriously, Mayor Fischer says he will close parks and public spaces Friday, Apr 3 2020 

So far he has kept them open for people to exercise and get outside, while social distancing.


Couple surprised with drive-by celebration on wedding day Friday, Apr 3 2020 

While coronavirus interfered with their dream wedding plans, Patricia Pohlhaus and Andrew Slugantz were surprised by loved ones on their big day.


Kentucky instructor uses 3D printer to make face shields to protect people from COVID-19 Friday, Apr 3 2020 

Brent Doty, one of the college’s computer aided drafting and design instructors, has been printing the face shields while continuing to teach eight online classes.

Trump fires intelligence community watchdog who told Congress about whistleblower complaint that led to impeachment Friday, Apr 3 2020 

Atkinson will leave his job in 30 days, Trump told the House and Senate Intelligence committees.

Red Cross to host two-day blood drive at KFC Yum! Center Friday, Apr 3 2020 

All blood types are needed from healthy donors, organizers said.

JCPS encourages parents to get familiar with NTI before online classes start Tuesday Friday, Apr 3 2020 

More than 100,000 local students will learn from home through at least May 1, while schools across Kentucky remain closed due to the coronavirus.

Large Jefferson County employers plan to lay off more than 900 workers soon, WARN notices show Friday, Apr 3 2020 

Among the Louisville businesses filing WARN notices with the state: the Galt House, the Crown Plaza Hotel and Conifer Revenue Cycle Solutions.

Target, Lowe’s, Home Depot to limit the number of customers inside to combat spread of COVID-19 Friday, Apr 3 2020 

Beginning Saturday, Walmart and Target stores across the country will limit the number of customers allowed inside at one time.

Red Cross hosting blood drive at KFC! Yum Center Friday, Apr 3 2020 

The blood drive is meant to keep a stable supply through the COVID-19 pandemic.


‘We’re not life-sustaining’ | Workers want GE Appliance Park closed amid COVID-19 crisis Friday, Apr 3 2020 

Factory workers we interviewed said conditions at Appliance Park are dangerous, while the company said safety is a top priority.


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