Judge denies former LMPD Detective Brett Hankison access to gun at his arraignment Monday, Sep 28 2020 

Ex-LMPD Detective Brett Hankison appeared via telephone with lawyers and pleaded not guilty to three counts of wanton endangerment at his arraignment.


Customers waiting up to 12 weeks to get household appliances during COVID-19 pandemic Monday, Sep 28 2020 

In the meantime, appliance stores are working to help customers out and asking for their patience.

AG Cameron to release Breonna Taylor grand jury records after juror complains he misled Monday, Sep 28 2020 

The grand juror is not named in the filing, seeking only to have the proceedings disclosed so that "the truth may prevail," they wrote.


Breonna Taylor case: Detective who likely fired fatal shot may retire after ‘countless threats’ Monday, Sep 28 2020 

Family of officer involved in Breonna Taylor's death seeks funds to help him retire


Indianapolis woman dies in motorcycle crash during training class Monday, Sep 28 2020 

Carol McMurray 66, was in the class for new motorcycle riders, when police say she lost control of a three-wheeler.

‘Save Radcliff Library’ rally Tuesday to fight against closure Monday, Sep 28 2020 

The Hardin County Public Library Board of Trustees this month voted to close the branch, citing the cost of maintenance.

Chadwick Boseman gave up some of his ’21 Bridges’ pay so Sienna Miller could be fairly compensated Monday, Sep 28 2020 

When the studio would not agree to pay Miller what she asked for, the late Boseman gave her some of his salary for their film.


Why was no one charged for shots fired into Breonna Taylor’s upstairs neighbor’s unit? Monday, Sep 28 2020 

Stanley David lived in Apartment 8, just above Taylor. David told WHAS11 two bullets tore into his home the night of the shooting.


Brett Hankison pleads not guilty to wanton endangerment charges Monday, Sep 28 2020 

Hankison was fired by LMPD for violating standard operating procedure the night of Breonna Taylor's death.


‘We did the best we could,’ LMPD chief testifies on city’s protest response Monday, Sep 28 2020 

The testimony offered a window into the relationship between the Fischer administration and the police department.

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