1 dead, 1 injured following shooting in Park Hill Monday, Jun 15 2020 

Police are looking for answers after a woman was shot, later dying from her injuries following a shooting on 12th and Hill Streets Monday.

        

Massive warehouse for Walmart planned for Indiana Monday, Jun 15 2020 

The 2.2 million-square-foot Walmart would warehouse be built just north of the Indianapolis Regional Airport near Mount Comfort, Ind. in Hancock County.

        

‘Roadblocks, trapping vehicles and violent behavior,’ LMPD urges drivers to avoid downtown due to protesters Monday, Jun 15 2020 

LMPD has a heavy police presence in downtown Louisville after they say some protesters were exhibiting aggressive behavior.

        

Louisville officials propose using CARES Act funds for eviction prevention, small business assistance Monday, Jun 15 2020 

The money would go to help thousands of families behind on rent and hundreds of small businesses.

        

City officials say Louisville budget may not have been hit as hard by pandemic as feared Monday, Jun 15 2020 

The city hasn't completely dodged the impact from COVID-19. It's just not as severe as city officials anticipated it would be back in April.

        

Gas prices remain far below last year’s level, but are expected to continue to rise Monday, Jun 15 2020 

In April, a gallon of regular unleaded cost an average of $1.74. Now, it’s $2.10 — though that’s still about 70 cents lower than a year ago.

1 killed, 1 injured in shooting in Algonquin neighborhood Monday, Jun 15 2020 

LMPD's Homicide Unit is investigating the shootings.

Homemade gun explodes, killing southern Indiana man: police Monday, Jun 15 2020 

Scott M. Powers, 39, of Clarksville was pronounced dead at a Louisville, Kentucky, hospital after the incident Saturday morning, police said.

        

Man injured in Portland shooting, LMPD says Monday, Jun 15 2020 

Police say the victim was found with a gunshot wound in the 400 block of North 26th Street Monday evening.

        

Councilman blasts ‘wild claims’ made by Louisville mayor as budget forecast improves Monday, Jun 15 2020 

In April, Mayor Fischer had warned council of another tough budget.

Next Page »