‘We don’t have that data’: No-knock warrants left out of Senate GOP’s police reform bill Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

The bill comes as protests have taken place across the nation over the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, who were both killed by police.

       

Carol Leavell Barr, wife of Kentucky Congressman Andy Barr, dies in Lexington home Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

The wife of U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, died Tuesday night at the family's home in Lexington, according to the congressman's staff.

       

Indiana judge sets emergency court hearing in Wildlife in Need case Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

Tim Stark is expected back in court next week, to respond to claims that he is violating court orders and the Animal Welfare Act.

        

Here’s a list of Black-owned businesses you can support in the Louisville area Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

502 Black Business Week is shining a light on Black-owned businesses in Louisville. We've put together a list of small businesses you may want to know about.

        

Game on: Coaches, players excited for youth sports return in Kentucky Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

Youth sports looked a little different as coaches and players returned to the field for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic.

        

McGrath campaign denied by judge to join plaintiffs in polling location lawsuit Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

The original case will now proceed without the McGrath campaign. An evidentiary hearing is set for Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.

       

2 shot, injured following shooting in Russell neighborhood Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

Two victims have been hospitalized following a shooting in the 2500 block of Magazine Street Tuesday evening.

        

idX Louisville to close plant in Jeffersonville’s River Ridge, cutting 114 jobs Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

Horizon Terra Inc. does business as "idX Louisville" in Jeffersonville. It's a company that designs, builds and installs retail and commercial spaces.

Police: Two people transported to hospital after shooting in Russell neighborhood Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

The department's Major Crimes Unit is handling the investigation.

       

Kroger to donate $1.5 million to U of L to help reduce hunger, waste in the city Tuesday, Jun 16 2020 

The donation will create the Kroger Zero Hunger, Zero Waste Fund at the university, which will provide support to diversity and inclusion, food security and sustainability and leadership development.

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