Legislators question deal with Ernst & Young to handle Kentucky unemployment claims Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

Members of the state Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee had some tough questions and comments for a pair of representatives with state unemployment.


Brad Cox-trained Shared Sense wins Indiana Derby, earns 20 Kentucky Derby points Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

Son of 2007 Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense, Shared Sense is not nominated for Triple Crown but could pay $45,000 to enter Run for the Roses


Javicia Leslie takes over as CW’s ‘Batwoman’ Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

Leslie takes over for Ruby Rose, who surprised fans by leaving the role after one season.


Lawrenceburg man accused of planning school shooting sentenced to 10 years in prison Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

Jarrell must serve at least 85% of his sentence and will be supervised by the U.S. Probation Office for five years upon his release, according to the news release.

VIDEO | Louisville man discharged from hospital after battling COVID-19 for 95 days Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

When he got to the end of the line, Oscar Aguilar was turned around, and he waved to all of the people who helped care for him for weeks.

Local real estate business to host food drive for west Louisville initiative Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

The city considers west Louisville a "food desert," due to a lack of grocery stores and other markets that sell fresh meat and produce.

Police say Indiana man tried to shoot charging dog, instead hit 10-year-old girl Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

Tuesday afternoon, a man got out of his van in a parking lot near Gary when a dog started to charge at him.

Louisville Bike Share to display Black Lives Matter messages at stations around city Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

Matthew Glaser, general manager of LouVelo, said in a statement that, "We support Black Lives Matter and the equal and fair treatment of all."


Cranberries’ “No Need to Argue” to get deluxe reissue Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

An iconic album by The Cranberries is about to get the deluxe reissue treatment.

September 18th their 1994 release No Need to Argue will be re-released with B-sides, remixes, demos, unreleased tracks, live recordings and more.

In addition to the newly remastered 13-track album, the two-CD and digital reissue contains three B-sides, nine demo recordings from the No Need to Argue sessions, eight live recordings, The Orb’s “Zombie” remix, and even a cover of The Carpenters’ 1970 classic “(They Long to Be) Close to You”.

The release also has previously unseen photographs taken from the album’s photo session, as well as an essay on the history of the LP by the band’s archivist Eoin Devereux.

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Country band Lady A files suit against singer who has used name for 30 years Wednesday, Jul 8 2020 

The band formerly called Lady Antebellum argues its use of the trademark “Lady A” does not infringe on Anita White's alleged trademark rights.


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