LMPD Offers Changing Narratives In Council’s ‘Fact Finding’ Protest Hearing Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 


The protests that erupted in downtown Louisville on May 28 caught the Louisville Metro Police Department off-guard.

Addressing a Louisville Metro Council committee meeting on Wednesday night, Major Aubrey Gregory said the agency was expecting a car-caravan style protest that night, with about 20-30 vehicles.

By then, the police had become familiar with these types of vehicle protests. They were casual, peaceful and usually lasted no more than 20 minutes.


Testimony reveals Louisville Metro Police, mayor’s administration didn’t always agree on protest response Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 

The council learned there was friction between the mayor's office and LMPD during certain nights of protest.

GE Appliance union members overwhelmingly reject proposed contract Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 

Some 87% of workers who voted said 'no' to a proposal that would have given some modest pay hikes and frozen health insurance costs.


No-confidence resolution for Mayor Fischer could become series of steps to win back trust Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 

A lengthy amendment, expected to be proposed Thursday, lays out how Mayor Greg Fischer can win back the public's trust.


New Albany police conducting homicide investigation after man dies in apartment complex Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 

New Albany Police Department said officers responded to a "disturbance" in the 4000 block of the The Annex of New Albany at about 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, and found an injured man in an apartment.

FOP president unsure about reforms in Breonna Taylor settlement, says agreement ‘made prematurely’ Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 

FOP President Ryan Nichols said he does not oppose the changes to LMPD outlined in the settlement.

Meade County Sheriff’s Office looking for 2 missing teens Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 

In a Facebook post, the sheriff's office said Jasmine R. Chism, 17, and Hannah R. Hughes, 16, were last seen leaving Hughes' home in Brandenburg at 9 p.m. Tuesday.

Governor, attorney general to battle in Kentucky Supreme Court over COVID-19 orders Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 

The Kentucky Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging the governor’s executive orders issued since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

‘Feelings are okay:’ School counselors helping families deal with students’ mental health challenges Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 

"Mental health has really become top priority for us," said counselor Danielle Christian.

North American International Livestock Exposition will be open to participants only in 2020 Wednesday, Sep 16 2020 

The event, held at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville, typically attracts thousands of participants and tens of thousands of people from the public.

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