Kentucky sign language interpreter diagnosed with uterine cancer Thursday, Oct 8 2020 

In a video message, Virginia Moore said she was diagnosed with stage one uterine cancer.


As absentee ballot request deadline hits Friday night, workers rush to get ballots in the mail Thursday, Oct 8 2020 

As of Thursday morning, over 100,000 of the 164,000 requested ballots have been mailed to voters.


KFC to launch new tangy, sweet signature sauce to pair with ‘KFCharcuterie’ board Thursday, Oct 8 2020 

KFC said its new sauce went through “50 iterations” and is “designed to pair with KFC’s Extra Crispy Tenders.”

Jeffersonville’s River Ridge area continues to see development despite pandemic Thursday, Oct 8 2020 

A Hilton Garden Inn, which will be located off Water Tower Road near Interstate 265 and state Route 62, is set to open in Spring 2022.

Prosecutors reviewing Breonna Taylor investigation before deciding whether to file new charges against her boyfriend Thursday, Oct 8 2020 

In a statement to WDRB News on Thursday, Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Wine in May said no decision will be made while the Department of Justice and FBI continue to review the case.

Jury convicts Indiana man whose 8-year-old son died after eating father’s meth stash Thursday, Oct 8 2020 

Police said Collman's son ate the drugs in his father's Seymour home in 2018.

Metro Council members say proposed contract doesn’t solve all LMPD problems Thursday, Oct 8 2020 

"This is just one step in a multi-step process in reforming our police department, and that's so we can recruit some of the best talent in the city," said Councilman Anthony Piagentini, R-19.

JCPS extends meal pickup hours at some schools Thursday, Oct 8 2020 

Families of students can now pick up meals between 4 and 6 p.m. at three local high schools.

Metro Council Passes Scaled-Back Funding Request From Middletown Police Thursday, Oct 8 2020 


The Middletown Police Department has secured $10,000 in funding from Louisvilles Metro Council, weeks after the legislative body sent the measure back to committee over concerns the request for riot gear and non-lethal munitions was tone deaf.

Council member Anthony Piagentini (R-19) sponsored the ordinance, which now allocates money from his districts $65,000 discretionary fund to reimburse spending on mobile radio upgrades and ballistic helmets with face shields.

He said during Thursdays meeting that Louisville Metro Police Department recently switched to encrypted radios, so Middletown needed to upgrade their technology to work with Louisvilles. Middletown police provide support to LMPDs 8th Division, he said.


Kentucky cheerleading audit alleges conflicts of interest resulted in ‘enrichment’ of former coach Thursday, Oct 8 2020 

According to the audit, conflicts of interest "may have resulted in the personal enrichment" of the former head coach.

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