‘I could never be more grateful’ | Strangers organize effort to rebuild woman’s home ruined in fire Wednesday, May 20 2020 

Gail Pierce said she’s overwhelmed by how many strangers have offered to help her rebuild her home and reunite with her six grandchildren.

        

Kentucky retailers adjust to new safety guidelines as they welcome customers back Wednesday, May 20 2020 

Now that stores are back open, the Kentucky Retail Federation is relying on stores and shoppers to follow guidelines.

        

Task force will help Louisville meet Beshear’s statewide COVID-19 testing goal Wednesday, May 20 2020 

To help meet Governor Andy Beshear's statewide testing goal, about 11,000 tests would need to be done in Louisville each day.

        

Using E-Services with Your Louisville Free Public Library Card Wednesday, May 20 2020 

Access free resources online through Louisville Free Public Library with your library card! The COVID-19 pandemic has kept the Louisville Free Public Library locations closed for over a month, and no set plans have been made to reopen just yet.   Did you know you have access to thousands and thousands of LFPL digital resources and E-services at your fingertips with [...]

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Speakers at JCPS tax hearing will follow social distancing to address board virtually Wednesday, May 20 2020 

Those wanting to address the board will be allowed inside VanHoose Education Center one at a time during the 5:30 p.m. tax hearing to voice their support or opposition through video conferencing.

Louisville Zoo officials hope to shore up finances by extending Asian Lantern Festival Wednesday, May 20 2020 

The zoo said on its Facebook page Wednesday that it remains in negotiations to extend the festival, and that it hopes to make an announcement soon.

NCAA allows resumption of voluntary team activities in Division I football and basketball Wednesday, May 20 2020 

The NCAA Division I Council voted to allow athletes in football, men's basketball to resume voluntary on-campus workouts, beginning June 1.

       

Indiana top health official says COVID-19 testing to remain restricted Wednesday, May 20 2020 

While states including Kentucky have opened COVID-19 testing to anyone, Indiana’s top health official said the Hoosier state won’t follow.

Kentucky governor says he will not follow neighbors’ faster pace for reopening economy Wednesday, May 20 2020 

So, as Indiana speeds up its restart, Beshear said he is sticking to his slower, more gradual pace.

Car cavalcade greets Crestwood mom recovered from COVID-19 after 43-day hospital stay Wednesday, May 20 2020 

Ruth Moore's hospital stay included 27 days on a ventilator.

       

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