Coronavirus live updates: Trump calls for houses of worship to open; car rental giant Hertz files for bankruptcy Friday, May 22 2020 

Memorial Day travel projections are weak. Trump says churches are essential. NBA Hall of Famer hospitalized with COVID-19. Friday's coronavirus news.

       

Lincoln Birthplace to participate in Memorial Day service Friday, May 22 2020 

The tribute will feature livestreams, demonstrations, historic talks, a wreath-laying ceremony, a “Taps” salute, reading of names and a national cemetery tour.

        

Tarc asking passengers to mask up during bus ride Friday, May 22 2020 

Transportation leaders said as part of their continued effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, they're asking passengers to wear some type of face covering.

        

Volunteers against JCPS tax hike need 35,000+ signatures to put new rate on ballot Friday, May 22 2020 

A proposal to increase property taxes by 7 cents per $100 of assessed value was passed by the board on Thursday, but the proposal will be on the ballot in November only if the opposition collects enough signatures.

Remembering Phyllis George | Memorial service held for Kentucky’s former first lady Friday, May 22 2020 

George died May 14 at the University of a Kentucky Medical Center of a blood disorder. She was 70 years old.

        

LISTEN: Kenneth Walker and Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly on night of Breonna Taylor shooting Friday, May 22 2020 

Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Wine announced his office will move to dismiss all charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend.

       

Keeneland requests dates for five-day Summer Meet, including Blue Grass Stakes, in July Friday, May 22 2020 

The July 11 card would include the Blue Grass and Ashland, which are preps for the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks

       

‘Indy Learning Team’ nonprofit hopes to mitigate literacy loss from pandemic, summer break Friday, May 22 2020 

The groups are sending children home with meals, donated school supplies and books for families. And the learning team continues to host virtual tutoring twice a week.

The flipside of ‘Hoosiers’ – No ‘miracle’ for Muncie Central Friday, May 22 2020 

The 1954 Indiana high school basketball tournament remains so vivid in Leon Agullana's memory it's as if he never left Muncie Central.

Report: People across Indiana are still waiting on stimulus checks Friday, May 22 2020 

An IRS spokesperson said that nearly half of the 10 million people nationwide still waiting on payments should receive pre-paid debit cards in the mail soon, rather than checks, in order to get the money out more quickly.

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