Neighbor remembers 74-year-old man shot and killed by crossfire at his west Louisville home Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

"As any of us would do when you hear massive gunfire, as always happens here, we come to our front doors to see what's going on, and unfortunately that cost him his life."

‘It was young people that changed the world’: JCPS launches Justice Now learning hubs Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

Justice Now learning hubs will empower Jefferson County Public Schools students to study and solve systemic issues in Louisville.


Some skeptical of AG Cameron’s new search warrant task force promised after Breonna Taylor raid Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

The task force will examine statewide search warrant policies and make recommendations.

Kentucky brewers pushing for legislation to allow sales directly to bars, restaurants Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

Kentucky breweries want to be able to sell their own beer, yet right now, they legally have to go through a middle man.

Low supply, high demand causing ‘logistical nightmare’ with COVID-19 vaccine distribution Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

As the COVID-19 vaccine rolls out across Kentucky, some local agencies call it a "logistical nightmare" as limited supply from the federal government can't keep up with high demand.

New James Bond film ‘No Time to Die’ delayed again Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

The release date for the anticipated 007 movie was pushed back repeatedly last year with many theaters closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Louisville teen who almost died from traumatic brain injury thriving as adult Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

Now 31, Zack Hornback has his own place, a full-time job and a message.

Demand for COVID-19 vaccine is high while availability is low Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

Health departments across the Commonwealth are finding ways to deal with low allotments of the vaccine.


USL Championship announces league start date, alignment changes Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

The league is targeting May to start, but has made provisions for logistical flexibility for the teams


Churchill Downs seeks to block PETA push for study of synthetic surfaces Thursday, Jan 21 2021 

Churchill Downs is seeking government approval to exclude synthetics feasibility study from a proxy vote


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