Kamala Harris and Mike Pence disagree on whether ‘justice was served’ in Breonna Taylor case Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 

Sen. Kamala Harris said she does not believe Breonna Taylor received justice. Vice President Mike Pence said he trusts the justice system.


Investigators say affidavit for warrant to search Breonna Taylor’s home ‘should be reviewed for criminal actions’ Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 

The PIU summary says Det. Jayne's affidavit wording was 'misleading.' Jaynes said that wasn't his intention, but he could have worded it 'differently.'


Man seriously injured in shooting in Algonquin neighborhood Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 

The shooting was reported around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 1600 block of South 13th Street, which is near the intersection of South 13th and West Hill streets.

Louisville police union says proposed raise would diminish — not stop — officer exodus Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 

Local starting salaries would rise to $45,000, up $10,000, under an agreement Mayor Greg Fischer has reached with the local police union.

Detective who shot into Breonna Taylor’s apartment was ‘walking in and out’ of scene, LMPD report says Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 

A "summary of events" written by a Public Integrity Unit investigator was among the records in the Taylor shooting released Wednesday.

In New JCPS Student Assignment Proposal, ‘Choice’ Is At Odds With ‘Diversity’ Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 


There are a lot of problems with the way Jefferson County Public Schools currently assigns students to schools, according to the Student Assignment Review Advisory Committee. The committee of teachers, community members and district staff met virtually Wednesday evening to evaluate the current plan for how well it promotes racial equity.

JCPS current student assignment plan is nationally recognized for creating more racially integrated schools than most other large districts, like Chicago or Detroit. Research shows Black, Latino and Indigenous students who attend integrated schools benefit because they have greater access to the funding and political power that follows their white classmates. But many argue the plan is unfair, because it places the onus on Black students in the West End to leave their neighborhoods to attend schools in majority-white suburbs.

About 95% of our Black students leave the community, JCPS Superintendent Marty Pollio said. And only about 5% white students. And I think that is incredibly inequitable.


Breonna Taylor warrant was ‘misleading,’ Louisville police investigators find Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 

The Louisville police department's Public Integrity Unit concluded in a report released Wednesday that the detective who applied for the search warrant 'should be reviewed for criminal actions.'

LIVE: The 2020 Vice Presidential Debate Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 


Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris are debating in Salt Lake City. Their only face-off of the 2020 campaign comes with a wave of uncertainty with President Trump undergoing treatment for COVID-19. Follow live updates and fact-checks on the debate.



Pedestrian walkway considered for downtown Shelbyville Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 

City officials are considering whether to change a one-block stretch of Sixth Street, between Main and Washington, into a pedestrian walkway, free of cars.

Morgan Wallen dropped as ‘SNL’ performer for breaking COVID-19 rules Wednesday, Oct 7 2020 

The country singer apologized after he was shown on TikTok socializing maskless at a crowded Alabama bar and house party before his SNL performance.


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