‘I am Dixie Highway’ admin talks COVID recovery in hopes of helping others Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

Cathy Borden said she never felt alone after her positive COVID-19 test, grateful for the strangers turned friends in her Facebook group.


Two arrested Wednesday at Jefferson Square Park, LMPD says Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

According to a statement from LMPD, a woman was spotted around 5 p.m. Wednesday in the park shooting paintballs at vehicles.

Crime scene photos show chaotic scene outside Breonna Taylor’s apartment Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

Photos show dozens of shell casings outside the apartment and bullet holes throughout every room of the house.


Brain damage lawsuit by 50 former WWE wrestlers dismissed in federal court Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

Among the plaintiffs, many stars from the 80s and 90s, were the late Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka and Harry Masayoshi Fujiwara, aka Mr. Fuji.


Ronald ‘Khalis’ Bell, Kool & the Gang co-founder, dies at 68 Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

Bell started the group with his brother Robert 'Kool' Bell. The self-taught musician also created his own signature sound using horn lines, bass and synthesizer.


Here’s how COVID-19 will change your football experience at Cardinal Stadium Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

University of Louisville Athletic Director Vince Tyra details the Covid-19 changes and restrictions for fans and staff alike.


Pandemic worries elevating anxiety levels, especially among students, educators say Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

A guidance counselor said parents should ask their children about their well-being every day.

Louisville Athletic Director Vince Tyra: We should ‘get creative’ with NCAA Tournament Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

University of Louisville Athletic Director Vince Tyra talks about a proposal to have an all-inclusive 2021 NCAA Tournament


This Week In Conversation: What We Know About The Breonna Taylor Case Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

March 13, 2020. 

The date will live in the memory of Breonna Taylor’s family, friends, and community.

Her death, at the hands of the Louisville Metro Police Department, has been featured in news stories, television specials, social media, magazine covers, even billboards financed by Oprah Winfrey.

Throughout 2020, there have been sustained international protests for several Black people killed by police, the best known being George Floyd. In Louisville, protests have gone on for more than 100 nights, demanding accountability for Taylor’s death.

Now the world knows her name. But rumors and misinformation continue to circulate about the night she died, and the circumstances that led to it.  

This week on “In Conversation,” we speak to journalists who have extensively covered Taylor’s death and the ensuing protests, to help deconstruct the complicated facts and bust a few myths. 

Listen to the show:

Southern Indiana health officials say testing not necessary immediately after possible COVID-19 exposure Wednesday, Sep 9 2020 

"Considering the possibility of false negatives, and the mandatory 14-day quarantine, with or without a test result, it may be more beneficial to monitor symptoms and not get tested right away."

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