3 juveniles in custody after chase that damaged ‘several’ police vehicles Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

Louisville Metro Police Department said officers tried to stop a stolen vehicle at Manslick Road and Berry Boulevard at about 6 p.m., but the vehicle sped away.

TARC bus driver tests positive for COVID-19; officials ask passengers to monitor for symptoms Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

The driver last worked on July 21 and drove the Route 4 (Fourth Street) bus "during the early afternoon hours," TARC officials said in a statement Thursday.

Family still pleading for answers 20 years after Louisville 12-year-old’s murder Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

Jefferson was killed July 6, 2000, in a drive-by shooting. She was sleeping at her aunt's house, on Grand Avenue, when a barrage of bullets sped towards the home.

Golden Alert canceled after missing 31-year-old Louisville woman found safe Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

Brittany Stewart was last seen in the 1200 block of Fischer Avenue in the Highlands at about 3 p.m. Sunday.

National Weather Service: Flash flood watch in effect for Louisville Friday Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

The weather service's advice for safety during flooding includes not driving through water on roadways and being aware during the night.


Dawn Landes “Mount Everest” Thursday, Jul 30 2020 


Louisville native Dawn Landes will release a new album soon!

ROW was supposed to debut the same day as the premiere of a theatrical production of the same name Landes conceived with playwright Daniel Goldstein, that was inspired by another acclaimed Louisvillian, Tori Murden McClure.

“I grew up in Louisville, Kentucky and first read about Tori Murden McClure in the newspaper when I was in high school,” says Landes in a statement. “Her story captured my imagination…a woman from my hometown, alone, rowing across the Atlantic Ocean…In the song she’s responding to reporters asking, what she called in her memoir, ‘the worst question of all’… Why?”


‘Mafia tactics’ or ‘legitimate’ demands? NuLu businesses respond to protesters Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

While some NuLu business owners have agreed to sign a contract with Black Lives Matter protesters, others have taken offense.


More questions need answers for rest of season to escape fate of Governor’s Cup rivalry Thursday, Jul 30 2020 

The ACC and SEC have announced schedule plans, but there's still reason to worry that the Governor's Cup rivalry won't be the last game canceled.


DREAMERS: “We’ve hit a fever pitch. There’s something in the air and people are doing stuff.” Thursday, Jul 30 2020 


DREAMERS frontman Nick Wold calls into Kyle Meredith With… to talk about the band’s latest single Heat Seeker and the alternate version that features their friend Grandson. In fact, it’s not the first time the two have collaborated, having teamed up earlier this year for Grandson’s Whole Lotta, which inspired Wold to take a more philosophical and political turn within his own lyrics. Wold discusses what this new phase for the band means for his upcoming songs, taking influence from Nirvana and Royal Blood to go heavier, his love of sci-fi and its place in the bigger conversations, and learning to play piano during this downtime.


Gov. Beshear Hopes Kentucky’s Coronavirus Cases Are ‘Leveling Off’ Thursday, Jul 30 2020 


Kentucky has 659 more cases of coronavirus, bringing the state’s total cases to 29,386 cases, Gov. Andy Beshear reported during his Thursday briefing. 

He said while the new-case number is higher than the previous day, the positivity rate had dropped to 5.66% Beshear said he hopes the state is experiencing a leveling off after the recent uptick in cases, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to relax. 

“Remember, we as a commonwealth, as a country and as Planet Earth are at war against this one-in-every-hundred-year pandemic, and it means weve got to show up every day, do the work, follow the guidelines to protect the health and lives of those around us,” he said.


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