Fire, EMS, Metro Corrections face budget committee amid uncertain funding future Wednesday, May 27 2020 

Public safety agencies are left wondering again this year if they'll survive budget cuts.

        

Soldier’s lost letter from Vietnam War finds it’s way home 52 years later Wednesday, May 27 2020 

The envelope was postmarked May 10, 2020, but the words written inside were from Vietnam in 1968.

        

Indiana man charged with beating two children in his home Wednesday, May 27 2020 

The two children in Jourden's Lexington, Indiana, home were put in protective custody.

ISP: Men charged with theft after troopers find $1,200 in stolen generators in car Wednesday, May 27 2020 

Howard Stiltz, Jordan Armstrong and Louisville native Ramone Stroud were taken to Martin County Jail.

City forms group to begin drafting plan for new LMPD Civilian Review Board by July Wednesday, May 27 2020 

The group will hold its first meeting Friday.

Metro Council weighs combining fire, emergency medical services, but is told move would not save money Wednesday, May 27 2020 

Louisville Metro Council’s budget committee discussed the idea Wednesday.

Louisville Urban League asks for changes, transparency in regards to LMPD, FOP procedures Wednesday, May 27 2020 

The Urban League sent a letter to LMPD and the River City FOP, Louisville's police union, expressing its expectations for local policing, policy and practice.

‘There are definitely better things to come.’ Teen spreads hope through handmade cards to nursing home residents Wednesday, May 27 2020 

A high school senior decided she was going to spread some love with kind messages to residents in nursing homes.

        

Most Kentucky nursing homes have passed COVID-19 inspections despite widespread outbreaks Wednesday, May 27 2020 

One national expert said it seems unlikely that most nursing homes in Kentucky or elsewhere were prepared for the coronavirus.

       

Beshear siding with ACLU in lawsuit to overturn Kentucky’s Voter ID law Wednesday, May 27 2020 

The ACLU filed the suit on behalf of the League of Women Voters, the Louisville Urban League, the Kentucky chapter of the NAACP and others.

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