Norwegian reporter sues Golden Globes organization over member rules Monday, Aug 3 2020 

Norwegian entertainment reporter Kjersti Flaa filed the suit Monday in federal court in Los Angeles against the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.


Opera house in Barcelona opens to live concert before over 2,000 plants Monday, Aug 3 2020 

The venue hopes that the event will allow conceptual art to bring viewers closer to nature after a strange, painful period of quarantine during the pandemic.


LMPD chief, public safety chief walk out of Metro Council committee hearing without giving testimony Monday, Aug 3 2020 

They were expected to answer questions about Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer's handling of recent police shootings.

Metro Council authorizes subpoenas after LMPD chief, public safety chief walk out of committee hearing without testifying Monday, Aug 3 2020 

Councilmembers are frustrated as they issued subpoenas in its investigation of Mayor Fischer's administration.


Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly moving into late-phase clinical trial of COVID-19 antibody treatment Monday, Aug 3 2020 

Health officials hope the therapy will offer protection and/or ease symptoms.

Indiana woman gets 100 calls a day after website mistakenly lists her phone number for COVID-19 tests Monday, Aug 3 2020 

Cheryl O’Brien, of Greenwood, said she has stopped answering calls from numbers she doesn’t recognize, but initially tried to be helpful.

McGrath looks to win over supporters of primary opponent Monday, Aug 3 2020 

She took to the campaign trail rather than facing off with McConnell, her general-election opponent, at the Fancy Farm picnic.


Oldham County middle and high school students to begin school year on split schedule Monday, Aug 3 2020 

During Monday night's special meeting the school board voted 4-1 to support Superintendent Greg Schultz's A/B schedule recommendation.

U of L med students urge governor, secretary of state to allow ‘no-excuse’ mail-in voting for fall election Monday, Aug 3 2020 

The students also urged the officials to increase the number of polling locations and to extend polling hours to facilitate physical distancing.

Several Jennings County homes burglarized as owners slept Monday, Aug 3 2020 

Around 5:30 a.m. Saturday, several homes and cars in Scipio’s Green Acres neighborhood were burglarized. The burglar got away with guns, a compound bow, keys and a purse.

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