West Louisville a step closer to solving problem councilwoman says is ‘killing us’ Monday, Nov 23 2020 

The city has begun soliciting proposals from potential store operators.

Marches and vigils honor racial justice activist Hamza ‘Travis’ Nagdy Monday, Nov 23 2020 

Nagdy was killed in a shooting on Crittenden Drive, where folks gathered to remember him. Later, he was remembered at a vigil in downtown Louisville.


Kentucky doctors warn of the ‘false security’ of a negative COVID-19 test Monday, Nov 23 2020 

As COVID-19 cases rise and Thanksgiving approaches, the demand for testing is growing. But doctors warn that a negative test does not mean you do not have the virus.

Kentucky basketball Friday game versus Detroit postponed due to positive COVID-19 test Monday, Nov 23 2020 

Kentucky basketball's first COVID-19 postponement of the season has come due to a positive test within the Detroit Mercy program.


Louisville women’s basketball game against UConn up in air after Huskies suspend activities Monday, Nov 23 2020 

On Monday afternoon, UConn announced that a positive test from a member of the program forced the suspension of team activities.


Trump administration clears the way for President-elect Biden’s transition to officially begin Monday, Nov 23 2020 

The declaration from the GSA's Emily Murphy will free up more than $6 million for President-elect Joe Biden transition team.


More Christian schools seek to sue Beshear over his in-person class order Monday, Nov 23 2020 

U.S. District Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove indicated a decision could come this week on the request for a temporary restraining order.


Indianapolis preparing for ‘logistical challenge’ of hosting entire NCAA Tournament Monday, Nov 23 2020 

The mayor of Indianapolis said having the entire NCAA Men's basketball tournament in his city won't be easy.

Holiday World hosting ‘Christmas came early sweepstakes’ in honor of new ride Monday, Nov 23 2020 

If you vote, you have the chance to win four tickets to the park next year and two nights in a holiday cottage at Lake Rudolph Campground.

John Calipari: Kentucky will be affected by smaller crowds more than any team Monday, Nov 23 2020 

John Calipari anticipates his Kentucky basketball team being affected by not having its usual home-court advantage


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