Maryville Baptist Church holds Bible study against Gov. Beshear’s recommendation Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

Beshear says those knowing they are going to put people in harm's way, can "probably expect to see us"


Louisville senior living center hit hard by coronavirus Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear revealed 18 residents have tested positive, along with five staff members.


INDOT launches temporary program allowing food trucks to set up at rest stops throughout the state Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

Food trucks are allowed at rest stops across the state — including the one near Henryville, Indiana, on Interstate 65 — between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. everyday.

9-year-old girl found dead at home in Clifton Heights Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

LMPD said officers were called to the home on Coleen Court just after 2 p.m. Wednesday.


VIDEO | Norton Women and Children’s staff cheer on man recovering from COVID-19 Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

Norton Healthcare said this is a step in the right direction, and Berlin will be closely monitored as he continues to recover.

Louisville Orchestra launches new web page for online collaborations during COVID-19 pandemic Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

The orchestra had to cancel the end of its concert season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Liquor sales soaring amid coronavirus pandemic Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

“Our sales are up in the neighborhood of 30% over the last three weeks,” Billy Grantz, owner of Evergreen Liquor store in Middletown, said.


Stimulus package allows Floyd County, Ind., restaurants to prepare meals for less fortunate during COVID-19 outbreak Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

The meals are distributed to Hope Southern Indiana, the Salvation Army and Catalyst Rescue Mission — a southern Indiana homeless shelter that serves hundreds of displaced Floyd County residents.

‘Please try your call later.’ Will Kentucky fix its unemployment filing headache? Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

As tens of thousands of Kentuckians file for unemployment amid the COVID-19 pandemic, state officials say they're working to improve the system.


Louisville students, parents drive past teacher’s home to surprise her during pandemic-induced separation Wednesday, Apr 8 2020 

A local first-grade teacher was overcome with emotion when parents drove their children past her home to surprise her as the school shutdowns keep them apart.

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