Police investigating shooting leaving man injured in California neighborhood Sunday, Sep 27 2020 

Police said a man is in critical, yet stable condition after he was shot in the 1700 block of Hale Avenue Sunday evening.


Protesters gather for 123rd night after Breonna Taylor’s death Sunday, Sep 27 2020 

Jefferson Square Park has become the centerpiece of public gathering over the past 123 days since Taylor’s death.


Mother who lost son to overdose four years ago hopes to raise awareness about drug addiction Sunday, Sep 27 2020 

Now, she wants to stress to the public how wide-ranging drug addiction is and how families can get help.

SEE IT: Protests continue in downtown Louisville Sunday Sunday, Sep 27 2020 

Protesters, from families to out-of-town visitors, gathered again Sunday in the wake of the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case.


High School Football Rewind: Douglass’ Key shows credentials for 2021 Mr. Football award Sunday, Sep 27 2020 

Pikeville wide receiver Zac Lockhart sets two state records against Henry Clay, plus a look at Jason Frakes' ranking of the top 10 teams in Kentucky.


Police: 25 arrested in overnight protests in Louisville Sunday, Sep 27 2020 

Police say that small group destroyed property at Spalding University and Presentation Academy including setting a car in Spalding's parking lot on fire.


Downtown Louisville church offering sanctuary to protesters plans 11 p.m. closing Sunday, Sep 27 2020 

First Unitarian Church will close its doors at 11 p.m. after which protesters will have until 11:45 p.m. to return home, according to police.


Some Kentucky school districts start return to in-person classes for first time since March Sunday, Sep 27 2020 

More Kentucky students are heading back to class on Monday, as area districts phase in students for in-person classes.

Ohio Valley Election Officials Prepare For Unprecedented Pandemic Election Sunday, Sep 27 2020 


Governors, Secretaries of State, and other state and local election officials throughout the Ohio Valley are preparing for an unprecedented election during a global pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced local governments to change practices that have been the same for decades, and to do so in a highly charged political environment. 

Some of the main changes are safety precautions suggested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. State officials in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia are ensuring residents feel comfortable voting in person if they choose to, while making adjustments for those who are concerned about contracting COVID-19. 

Rules have changed to keep voters safe.


Protesters take refuge at First Unitarian Church in downtown Louisville for a fourth night Sunday, Sep 27 2020 

A church clergyman said the church had reached an agreement with the Louisville Metro Police Department that protesters would be asked to leave the church at 11 p.m. and will have 45 minutes to clear out.

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