LMPD ‘one critical conversation away’ from solving 2003 murder of pregnant young mother, asks for community’s help Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

Raquel "Kelly" Jackson was brutally murdered inside her home. Seventeen years later, the family of the 22-year-old is still searching for answers.

        

Nurse working to educate community on COVID-19 vaccine, address inequity Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

Renee Yates has seen first-hand how COVID-19 affects people. Now, she takes time every Sunday to educate her church community on the vaccine.

        

Waterfront Park seeking financial support from the state Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

The park has been forced to cancel many major fundraising events because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Evangel Christian boys beat KCD in overtime, advance to All ‘A’ Classic quarterfinals Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

Dawson Black's 14 points lead Eagles, who will host Somerset or Washington County in quarterfinals.

      

“I Care A Lot”: Film Review Podcast Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

Sometime, even the feistiest and most astute of big time grifters misjudges her prey.

Such happens to Rosamund Pike’s Marla Grayson in this Netflix release.

Grayson’s scam is to find rich senior citizens with little or no family, and lots of money. She becomes their court-appointed conservator, stashes them away in a nursing home, and uses their wealth for her own benefit.

But she misjudged Dianne Wiest’s Jennifer Peterson, who is not as alone or innocent as she appears.

Grayson ends up in a feud and smackdown with the Russian mob, specifically a local boss played by Peter Dinklage.

The film remains moderately interesting, but veers off course from its original and more interesting set up.

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Program bringing COVID-19 vaccines to Indiana residents who cannot leave home Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

The program was launched in Scott County in mid-February.

More Americans identify as LGBTQ than ever before Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

New Gallup poll found that 5.6 percent of Americans identify as LGBTQ, and 15.9 percent of the Gen Z population identify as something other than heterosexual.

        

Post positions, odds, full field for Friday’s Kentucky Derby prep race at Turfway Park Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

John Battaglia Memorial will offer winner 10 qualifying points toward Kentucky Derby on May 1 at Churchill Downs.

      

Goodwill’s mobile unit will be new way to help Louisville’s homeless, decrease panhandling Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

The new program will launch in about 30 days or so.

‘I think a lot of what you see is retaliatory strikes’ | 2021 off to violent start in Louisville Wednesday, Feb 24 2021 

"I think a lot of what you see with a lot of the violence that takes place is retaliatory strikes from one group, one gang against another group or gang."

        

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