Collaborative project underway in Louisville testing health care workers for COVID-19, antibodies Sunday, May 17 2020 

A collaborative project is currently testing thousands of healthcare workers here in Louisville for both COVID-19 and antibodies.


Louisville mayor urges community to ‘buy local’ during virtual fair Sunday, May 17 2020 

This year means even more to buy local as small businesses have been on hiatus due to the pandemic.


KSP searching for 9-year-old boy possibly abducted by non-custodial mother from his home in McCreary County Sunday, May 17 2020 

Police believe Briana Ylisa Giovannini, 30, of Las Vegas, Nevada, "unlawfully took her non-custodial son," 9-year-old Silas Fallen, around 11:30 a.m. Sunday.

Indiana State Police issue statewide Silver Alert for missing 81-year-old woman believed to be in danger Sunday, May 17 2020 

ISP issued the alert on behalf of the Morgan County Sheriff's Department for Patsy R. Clark just before 11 p.m. Sunday.

Attorney of slain EMT’s family wants public to demand LMPD chief’s resignation Sunday, May 17 2020 

Additionally, the mother of Breonna Taylor wants two key reforms from Louisville Metro Police Department.

Local tent business seeing boost from restaurants expanding outdoor space Sunday, May 17 2020 

Like so many others, the tent business was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. But there's new hope, as restaurants across the city look to expand outdoor dining space.

WFPK Album of the Week: Lucinda Williams – Good Souls Better Angels Sunday, May 17 2020 

Each week, WFPK features a new release with the Album of the Week. Listen for tracks on air and check out the audio and links here!

On her 15th studio release, Good Souls Better Angels, Lucinda Williams discards the unrequited love songs and writes the rawest, angriest music of her decades-long career

Williams isn’t just political on the new release, she also tackles songs about depression and a former abusive partner.

The dark material on Lucinda Williams Good Souls Better Angels could have been uninviting, but backed by her excellent band, Buick 6, it’s easy to dive right in.

WFPK’s Album of the Week is made possible by support from local businesses and you! Find out more at

Album available at Guestroom Records and Matt Anthony’s Record Shop.

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What we know about the LMPD officers involved in raid on slain EMT Breonna Taylor’s apartment Sunday, May 17 2020 

Detectives Myles Cosgrove and Brett Hankison and Sgt. John Mattingly have been placed on administrative reassignment while LMPD's Public Integrity Unit completes its investigation of the raid.

UPDATE: Silver alert canceled for missing Indiana teen Sunday, May 17 2020 

Olivia Sherfield, 16, is missing from St. Paul, Indiana.

listen hear! Fontaines D.C – “A Hero’s Death” Sunday, May 17 2020 

listen hear! spotlights a new track we love and think you will too.

Fontaines D.C. has delivered the first taste of their upcoming release with the title track, A Hero’s Death. Front man for the band, Grian Chatten, says the idea for the song “was influenced by a lot of the advertising I was seeing – the repetitive nature of these uplifting messages that take on a surreal and scary feel the more you see them.” It’s the mantra-like repetition of the line “life ain’t always empty” that balances a thin line between sincere and insincere. Is it a reassurance, or a plea for validation?

The band was fortunate to have Aiden Gillen, from Game of Thrones and The Wire make a starring appearance in the surreal video for A Hero’s Death. The album is due out July 31 via Partisan Records.

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