Lawsuit filed in pepper spray incident at the Hall of Justice Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

“I do believe it was extreme excessive force,” Kejohn Jennings said.

        

Churchill Downs has stopped selling general admission tickets for Oaks and Derby Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

During a meeting about their Q2 earnings, we learned the racetrack lost $149.4 million from rescheduling the Derby from May to September

        

Louisville CFO says city’s budget still in good shape despite COVID-19 revenue hit Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

Thursday night, the city’s chief financial officer, Daniel Frockt, reported that some numbers have been better than expected.

Two of Louisville’s top safety leaders to testify before Metro Council committee Monday Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

Louisville Metro Police acting Chief Robert Schroeder and Public Safety Chief Amy Hess will testify Monday before the Council’s Government Accountability Committee.

TARC says driver tests positive for coronavirus, passengers told to monitor themselves for symptoms Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

The coach operator drove Route 4 during the early afternoon hours on July 21, according to TARC.

        

Breonna Taylor’s death ‘hit home’ for UC coach, Louisville native Michelle Clark-Heard Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

It's been more than four months since the death of Breonna Taylor. For UC women's basketball coach, and Louisville native, Clark-Heard, it feels like yesterday.

       

Beshear says it’s unclear when state will offer more in-person help with unemployment claims in Louisville Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

"No, one week is not enough anywhere,” Gov. Andy Beshear said at his press briefing in the Capitol Rotunda Thursday afternoon.

‘I was fired without cause.’ Former head of Kentucky unemployment insurance tells his side Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

Muncie McNamara said he inherited a system which was old and couldn't handle the volume of the hundreds of thousands of claims.

        

Civil rights groups file complaint against Louisville police for response to protests Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

The NAACP and the Kentucky ACLU have filed a complaint against the agency because they said LMPD has used tear gas, flashbangs, pepper balls, batons and other military-grade technology on protesters.

Oldham County Fair planned for next week despite health department’s concerns with virus spreading Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

Officials worry crowds will cause the virus to spread in a county that's seen over 550 cases and 12 deaths, representing the ninth highest case count in the state.

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