Texas Roadhouse employees possibly exposed to coronavirus Sunday, Aug 2 2020 

Fifteen to 20 employees at Texas Roadhouse in St. Matthews may have been exposed to the virus two weeks ago, officials tell WHAS11 News.


6th inmate dies from COVID-19 at Kentucky State Reformatory Sunday, Aug 2 2020 

The confirmed death from the virus at the facility has now made it the deadliest prison outbreak in Kentucky.


Tamar Braxton pays tribute to boyfriend after hospitalization for ‘saving my life’ Sunday, Aug 2 2020 

She said she is grateful for David Adefeso who found her 'lifeless' in their home, saying it 'couldn’t have been easy' for him.


“The Go-Go’s”: Film Review Podcast Sunday, Aug 2 2020 

History of Rock & Roll Band documentaries have a certain, very familiar story arc.

It seems to be a trend.

This Showtime take on The Go-Go’s is no different.

Other than the fact that they were the first all female band, who wrote their own songs, and played their own instruments, that made a #1 album.

So, yeah, anything else that makes this doc worth watching?

Other than why Jann Wenner’s kept them out of the Rock & Roll HoF?

Or, what’s the story behind those towels they’re wearing on the cover of their first album?

For more reasons, why you might enjoy this pro forma documentary as I did, listen to the podcast below.

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Kosair Charities board member under fire for telling mayor to ‘move to Africa’ Sunday, Aug 2 2020 

While he is currently on Kosair's Board of Directors, he said it’s his First Amendment right to express unhappiness with a politician’s performance — something he stands by.

Fundraiser created for 5-year-old boy injured in accidental shooting Sunday, Aug 2 2020 

Family members say the boy has started to respond to commands from his nurse, showing signs of some recovery.


IMAGES | Fitz the elephant celebrates 1st birthday at Louisville Zoo Sunday, Aug 2 2020 

Fitz was the first elephant born at the zoo in decades.

Cuban Community Rallies Behind NuLu Restaurant After Controversy Over BLM Demands Sunday, Aug 2 2020 


Dozens from Louisville’s Cuban community gathered in NuLu on Sunday evening for a rally in support of an immigrant-owned restaurant that pushed back against demands for greater Black representation in NuLu.

The rally was organized after Fernando Martinez, a Cuban immigrant and partner of the restaurant group behind La Bodeguita de Mima, closed the restaurant at 725 E Market St over the weekend due to protests in NuLu. Protesters were demanding local businesses in this neighborhood increase the representation of Black products in their stores and Black people in their staffs, among other requests. Martinez, who has denounced the demands, said he was threatened by protesters.

On Sunday, Martinez explained his issue was not with Louisville’s Black community but with “socialism,” which he said he escaped in leaving Cuba for the U.S.


Responding to list of protesters’ demands, Louisville’s Cuban community rallies in NuLu Sunday, Aug 2 2020 

They gathered about a week after protesters seeking racial justice through systemic change in Louisville served NuLu businesses with a list of demands.

Four protesters on hunger strike for past 2 weeks over Breonna Taylor case Sunday, Aug 2 2020 

The hunger strikers are demanding that the officers involved in the Breonna Taylor shooting be fired and "stripped of their badges and pensions."

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