Impact of COVID-19 on Louisville’s first responders Monday, Apr 6 2020 

The Louisville Mayor released numbers of staff impacted by the virus.


A tiger tests positive for COVID-19; What does that mean for your pets? Monday, Apr 6 2020 

The FOCUS team is checking with zoologists after a Tiger tested positive for coronavirus in New York.


New city order cracks down on scam coronavirus test sites in Louisville Monday, Apr 6 2020 

The city is taking extra steps to crack down on scam test sites.


Doctor on leave after Norton Commons incident Monday, Apr 6 2020 

The video appears to show a man grabbing a girl who allegedly took the phone of the woman with him.


Shepherdsville Amazon warehouse hit with more confirmed cases of COVID-19 Monday, Apr 6 2020 

In a letter sent to employees on Monday and obtained by WDRB, the company said there were several cases, but didn't specify how many.

Beshear confirms death of UPS worker Monday, Apr 6 2020 

Officials with Worldport said the company offered condolences to the family but due to medical privacy laws, did not confirm it officially as a COVID-19 case.


LMPD investigating man for possible ‘strangulation’ during social distancing dispute Monday, Apr 6 2020 

"Obviously, we do not advise individuals concerned about social distancing to take matters into their own hands and confront people about it," police said.

GE Appliances, FirstBuild, others collaborating to 3D print face shields for health care workers, first responders Monday, Apr 6 2020 

The Louisville-based company and its micro factory First Build are using printers to make face shields that will be donated to U of L and given to medical workers.

Police on the lookout for Jeffersontown Boy Scout troop’s stolen trailer Monday, Apr 6 2020 

Police started a search Monday for a red or maroon Dodge Ram pickup truck and the white trailer, emblazoned with the Troop 175 and St. Edward names.

Bullitt County business finding it tougher to make cloth masks as demand rises Monday, Apr 6 2020 

Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended Americans where masks in public, though it is not a requirement.

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