Fischer lays out police reform plans, says he’s ‘incredibly frustrated’ with pace of Breonna Taylor case Thursday, Jul 23 2020 

Fischer laid out plans for reform, including Kentucky State Police independently investigating all officer-involved shootings that result in injury or death.


Police and protesters prepare for Black militia group planning Louisville demonstration Thursday, Jul 23 2020 

A Black militia group has announced plans to come to Louisville July 25, while LMPD said counterprotesters have announced their intention to come.


Louisville’s WorldFest moves to virtual format due to pandemic Thursday, Jul 23 2020 

Virtual WorldFest will be from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4.

Dangerous pursuit involving armed robbery suspect ends in Breckinridge County Thursday, Jul 23 2020 

Cory Dupin, 35, was arrested after leading officers on a pursuit. He was later found to be an armed robbery suspect in Indiana.


New Albany-Floyd County Schools Delay Start Date By 2 Weeks Thursday, Jul 23 2020 


New Albany-Floyd County (NAFC) Schools have joined other districts in the region by delaying the in-class start date by two weeks as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the area and throughout the state.

At Thursday’s NAFC School Board meeting, members voted unanimously to make Aug. 12 the first day of in-person classes. Students were originally set to go back to school on July 29.

The board meeting started with public comment, with many speakers in favor of either delaying the start date or moving forward without delay by utilizing eLearning. One of the first to speak was Carrie Klaus, whose daughter is entering her freshman year at New Albany High School.


Major renovations at Expo Center nearly complete Thursday, Jul 23 2020 

The next big event at the fairgrounds is two weeks away: the 51st Street Rod Nationals.

New Albany Floyd County Schools push start date back another 2 weeks Thursday, Jul 23 2020 

Superintendent Brad Snyder said the later start will give everyone more time to prepare.

Judge sets May 2021 trial date for man accused of killing Louisville Detective Deidre Mengedoht Thursday, Jul 23 2020 

Roger Burdette is charged with killing Mengedoht on Christmas Eve 2018.

Southern Indiana state representative posts controversial Facebook message opposing statewide mask mandate Thursday, Jul 23 2020 

Rep. Jim Lucas, a Republican from Seymour, posted the message to his Facebook page.

Don’t call us to report someone not wearing a mask, Crawford County Sheriff’s Office says Thursday, Jul 23 2020 

On Monday, a mask mandate will go into effect, and Gov. Eric Holcomb said people who do not comply could be charged with a misdemeanor.

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