‘No lives matter unless all lives matter and that includes Black lives’: How one man is leading change in St. Matthews Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

Brad Castleberry has been protesting for about four months on the corner of Chenoweth and Shelbyville to encourage social change.

        

‘We’re struggling’: Utica residents call for more police officers on the streets amid rise in crime Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

Utica has only one paid police officer and seven volunteer reserve officers who are expected to work 24 hours a week each.

        

Police: Man shot, injured on Preston Highway Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

If you have any information, you are asked to call the Anonymous Tip Line at 574-LMPD.

        

City seeks to block open testimony of public safety officials in lawsuit filed against Metro Council Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

A judge gave the green light to the restraining order to keep Metro Council’s subpoenas from being enforced ahead of a Monday government oversight committee meeting.

        

Downtown Louisville business sues city over $85,000 in riot damages Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

JJ's Wig Shop claims a stand down order from the mayor's office stopped police from protecting their business during early protests.

        

Police investigating after man shot east of Louisville airport Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

Louisville Metro Police said in a news release that the man was shot just before 10 p.m. in the 5000 block of Preston Highway, near Pigeon Pass Road.

Viola Davis buys South Carolina plantation where she was born Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

Davis, who turned 55, confirmed the news on her social media accounts on Tuesday.

        

Billboard in Louisville accuses Kentucky Farm Bureau of being ‘big on discrimination’ Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

The billboard reads “Kentucky Farm Bureau: Big on Discrimination,” and was placed along Interstate 65 so that commuters heading towards the fairgrounds can see it. The fair is scheduled to start Aug. 20.

Greater Clark County Schools worries about staff shortages, possible school closures Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

Greater Clark County Schools have been back for nearly two weeks now, and they've already seen some challenges.

Virtual town hall to discuss race-based stress, trauma Tuesday, Aug 11 2020 

The conversation will serve as a space for participants to "develop an understanding and an awareness of the impact race-based stress and trauma can have."

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