Louisville budget funds new grocery store likely coming to West End ‘desert’ Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

The money will help build a community grocery store most likely in West Louisville.

Attorney for police officer in Breonna Taylor shooting calls firing ‘unjustified,’ premature and ‘cowardly political act’ Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

David Leightty, with Louisville-based Priddy, Cutler, Naake & Meade, has filed an appeal of Hankison’s firing and is requesting a hearing before the police merit board.

Law enforcement reform funds included in Louisville Metro budget for 2020-2021 Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

The council chose not to cut funding for LMPD, but they will fund a civilian review board for police and help disadvantaged neighborhoods.

        

Planned march by armed group in Louisville draws rebuke from mayor, inquiries from police Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

"Our role is to make sure that takes place in as safe an environment as possible," LMPD Spokeswoman Jessie Halladay said in a statement to WDRB News.

Muhammad Ali’s cousin, Sean Ali Waddell, delivers powerful speech during Breonna Taylor rally Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

Muhammad Ali's cousin, Sean Ali Waddell, delivers speech during Breonna Taylor rally with a specific message for Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron

       

Association of major cruise lines voluntarily suspends US sailings through September Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

The CLIA said the suspension applies to all cruise lines subject to the CDC’s current “No Sail” order, which is set to expire on July 24.

Highland Baptist church uses crosses to make statement against racism, police brutality Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

The church held a powerful, at times emotional, service Thursday evening to place the crosses in the ground.

California neighborhood shares concerns about proposed West End elementary school Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

The idea of losing Wheatley leaves some in the California neighborhood worried.

Louisville budget won’t defund police. It will send millions to disadvantaged communities Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

Louisville Metro Council signed off on a spending plan that won't "defund" the police, but will tweak how the agency spends part of its budget.

       

Pearl Jam perform “Dance of the Clairvoyants” for COVID-19 livestream Thursday, Jun 25 2020 

As part of All In WA: A Concert for COVID-19 Relief, Pearl Jam joined Macklemore, Brandi Carlile, Ciara, Ben Gibbard, Dave Matthews, The Black Tones, Sir Mix-A-Lot and more to help provide immediate critical and emergency support for workers and families most affected by the coronavirus across Washington State.

The event marked the first time Pearl Jam have publicly performed a song from their new Gigaton album. The band members each played from their respective homes, with frontman Eddie Vedder‘s wife and daughter providing choreography behind him. Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer also makes an appearance.

Check out “Dance of the Clairvoyants”…

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