Photos show Breonna Taylor’s home in aftermath of deadly shooting Thursday, May 14 2020 

Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT, was shot and killed in her apartment on March 13 by police attempting to execute a no-knock search warrant.


Criminals broke into NuLu business five times during pandemic shutdown, owner says Thursday, May 14 2020 

The episodes exemplify another challenge businesses face during the pandemic shutdown: They’re sitting ducks for criminals.

Teen injured after shooting in Algonquin neighborhood Thursday, May 14 2020 

On May 14 just before 6 p.m., officers responded to a shooting at South 23rd Street, near Algonquin Parkway.


Breathing and talking contribute to COVID-19 spread, study claims Thursday, May 14 2020 

The study, "Consideration of the Aerosol Transmission for COVID-19 and Public Health," provides several lines of evidence for aerosol transmission.


Metro Council passes emergency ordinance to give restaurants more options for outdoor dining Thursday, May 14 2020 

The ordinance allows Louisville restaurants to use parking lots and sidewalks to expand their outdoor dining capacity.

LISTEN: Dispatch call in the aftermath of the Breonna Taylor shooting Thursday, May 14 2020 

Louisville Metro Police Department dispatch call from the aftermath of police entry to Breonna Taylor's apartment.


Indiana officer suspended for ‘closed casket homie’ remark after man shot, killed by police Thursday, May 14 2020 

Chief Randal Taylor told the Indianapolis Star the detective received a suspension of numerous days and has been reassigned to another unit.


Photos, video show aftermath of police raid that killed Breonna Taylor Thursday, May 14 2020 

The photos, given to WDRB News by Louisville attorney Sam Aguiar, who is representing Taylor's family in a wrongful death lawsuit against officers involved in the raid, show bullet holes scattered throughout Taylor's apartment.

A house fire separated a grandmother from her six kids. Here’s how you can help. Thursday, May 14 2020 

“My kids have always been my life,” she explained. “They're more important to me than the whole world over.”


Kentucky Expo Center will serve as Jefferson County’s only in-person voting location in June primary Thursday, May 14 2020 

This will be an option for people who don't want to mail in their ballots.

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