LMPD: Murder, other charges dismissed against four men in Louisville Monday, Sep 14 2020 

The coroner's office said 36-year-old Tana L. Hillman died in the shooting Sunday night

        

UofL band members boost spirits of health care workers Monday, Sep 14 2020 

The band gathered outside the hospital Monday evening along with some UofL Health leaders to cheer on staff members during the shift change.

        

‘#Breewayy’ banners honor Breonna Taylor while highlighting social justice in Louisville Monday, Sep 14 2020 

Organizers said they originally wanted to paint Black Lives Matter on the street, but the city denied it, instead allowing the banners.

        

Amazon looking to hire 1,000 workers in Kentucky, southern Indiana Monday, Sep 14 2020 

The company said the new hires will help pack, ship or sort orders, working in part-time and full-time roles.

        

In former ‘sundown’ town shadowed by racist past, advocates seek allies for racial justice Monday, Sep 14 2020 

More than 100 years after a white mob forced black residents to leave at gunpoint, advocates for racial justice are still working in Corbin, Kentucky.

       

Tim Stark accused of hiding Wildlife In Need animals before officials could take them Monday, Sep 14 2020 

Tim Stark removed animals from his troubled Wildlife In Need attraction before zoo officials could take them into their care, court records allege.

       

Why are we seeing so many flies lately? Monday, Sep 14 2020 

Whether you swat or spray them, you may be seeing more house flies lately.

VIDEO l University of Louisville band surprises healthcare workers with performance outside hospitals Monday, Sep 14 2020 

U of L health leaders cheered on staff members during their nightly shift change.

COVID-19 slows city’s mowing of abandoned lots in west Louisville and beyond Monday, Sep 14 2020 

Right now, there's a problem that's allowing the yards to reach new heights: the city can't keep up with mowing them.

Kentucky Supreme Court to hear arguments on challenge to governor’s COVID-19 executive orders Monday, Sep 14 2020 

The state’s Republican attorney general, Daniel Cameron, contends the governor overstepped his constitutional authority with the orders, but Beshear has said that they’re saving lives.

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