Mayor asks for federal funding as Louisville faces deep budget cuts Wednesday, May 13 2020 

The mayor said without help, they'll be forced to make “horrific” cuts to all departments and services.


YMCA announces dates for phased reopening of Kentuckiana branches with COVID-19 precautions Wednesday, May 13 2020 

Members should bring their own towel, water, lock and yoga mat, officials said.

More than 100 Lime scooters returning to Louisville streets; company offering free rides for health care workers Wednesday, May 13 2020 

The relaunch is part of the company's "Lime Aid" program, which offers free rides up to 30 minutes for health care and emergency workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a news release.

Louisville groups make pitches for funding as city braces for major financial challenges amid pandemic Wednesday, May 13 2020 

Several local groups, mainly nonprofits, made their pitch for funding as Louisville Metro Councilmembers deal with an already tight budget that Fischer says could include cuts to public safety without federal help amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Kentucky’s unemployment insurance fund could run dry without infusion of cash, Beshear says Wednesday, May 13 2020 

More than 600,000 Kentuckians, roughly one-third of the state's workforce, have filed unemployment claims since the pandemic shutdown began.

Melissa Etheridge’s son Beckett Cypher dead at 21 Wednesday, May 13 2020 

Opioid addiction was behind Cypher's death, the singer announced.


Army cancels Fort Knox’s ROTC Cadet Summer Camp as local businesses brace for another hit Wednesday, May 13 2020 

Radcliff officials said a season without thousands of cadets and soldiers visiting the post is yet another economic blow to the surrounding community.

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down Wisconsin’s stay-at-home order that closed businesses to limit spread of coronavirus Wednesday, May 13 2020 

The conservative-controlled court sided with Republican lawmakers who sued over the Democratic governor's order.


Southern Indiana principal retiring after 25 years wishes she could be with students Wednesday, May 13 2020 

Scottsburg Middle School Principal Kristin Nass is retiring after 25 years at the helm.

Horses begin training at Churchill Downs ahead of 2020 Spring Meet Wednesday, May 13 2020 

Horses hit the track early Wednesday, the first day of training, to get in some workouts.

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