Man killed in single-car crash on Dixie Highway Friday, Jun 26 2020 

According to police, the driver was headed south on Dixie Highway when the car left the road for an unknown reason.


Kentucky City Councilman charged in prescription drug scheme Friday, Jun 26 2020 

Barbourville Councilman Calvin Manis, 73, was charged Wednesday after agents from the Drug Enforcement Agency searched his pharmacy.


Speaking with CNN, Beshear calls for more communication, transparency in Breonna Taylor investigation Friday, Jun 26 2020 

Attorney General Daniel Cameron on June 18 declined to say when his review of LMPD's investigation would be completed.

4th Street Live! coming back to life as Whiskey Dry reopens Friday, Jun 26 2020 

On Friday, Whiskey Dry opened for the first time since mid-March, with Chef Edward Lee hoping that diners can see past some of the plywood further down the street.

Lawsuit goes after Gov. Andy Beshear’s limits on Florence Speedway, child care Friday, Jun 26 2020 

A federal judge ruled against Gov. Beshear's protest restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. A new suit relates to racetracks and child care centers.


Dixie Highway ramps to be closed over the weekend during road work Friday, Jun 26 2020 

The closure is scheduled to end by 6 a.m. Monday.

Southern Indiana loan program helps keep small businesses afloat during pandemic Friday, Jun 26 2020 

The effort raised more than $1.1 million and loaned money to more than 120 small businesses in Floyd and Clark counties.

Some Hoosiers waiting weeks for unemployment money as state struggles to catch up Friday, Jun 26 2020 

When claims are flagged, however, claimants such as Ware need a claims adjuster, and the wait for such investigators has increased to at least four weeks, a state official said.

Report: Judge denies motion to dismiss wrongful death lawsuit involving man who died at Franklin County jail Friday, Jun 26 2020 

Leslie Glass of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, claims her son had a seizure and then slowly detoxed to death due to a lack of emergency medical care six days after being taken into custody.

The Courier Journal wins 60+ awards from Louisville’s Society of Professional Journalists Friday, Jun 26 2020 

The Courier Journal won 60+ awards at the Society of Professional Journalists Louisville Pro Chapter 2020 awards, including Journalist of the Year.


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