In at Top 25 showdown of ACC leaders, Louisville’s basketball prevails over Virginia Tech Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

No. 25 Louisville fell behind 11-0 early but rallied for a 73-71 victory over No. 20 Virginia Tech in Wednesday's ACC showdown at the KFC Yum Center.


SEE IT: Louisville basketball takes on Virginia Tech in Wednesday night ACC clash Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

Conference play continues for Louisville basketball Wednesday night in a home clash with Virginia Tech.


IU political scientist calls pro-Trump riot at US Capitol ‘attempted coup’ Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

"Public opinion is largely shaped by what our leaders tell us, and so when we have the president inciting violence and encouraging protesters to protest the legitimacy of the election outcome, there's the possibility for these events to happen."

Kentucky reports single-day record 5,742 new COVID-19 cases, 34 deaths Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

As of Wednesday, 1,778 Kentuckians were hospitalized with COVID-19, Gov. Andy Beshear said.

TRANSCRIPT | New Louisville police Chief Erika Shields outlines top priorities for department Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

Shields she comes to Louisville after resigning from Atlanta's police department in June 2019 after the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks, a Black man whom police shot and killed during a struggle in a Wendy's parking lot.

Trump and his cultists will surrender to democracy on Jan. 20, like it or not Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

Donald Trump's failure to rig elections proves the American election system is imperviousness to rigging.


‘We will not bow to lawlessness’: McConnell slams storming of US Capitol by pro-Trump mob Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

"This institution is resilient. Our democratic republic is strong," Mitch McConnell said. "The American people deserve nothing less."


Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear to delay State of the Commonwealth after Capitol riot in D.C. Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

The speech, to be conducted virtually, will now be at 7 p.m. Thursday, Gov. Andy Beshear announced. He said the move was agreed upon by state leaders.


‘Your leaders aren’t afraid to perform hatchet jobs on you either’: Fired LMPD detectives pen letter to officers Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

Detectives Myles Cosgrove and Joshua Jaynes wrote to LMPD officers, saying they have received death threats and have been forced to relocate.


Kentucky, Indiana politicians condemn violence following pro-Trump protesters breach of Capitol Wednesday, Jan 6 2021 

The Capitol was placed on lockdown, and police ordered evacuations of several buildings, and the certification of Electoral College votes was delayed.


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