‘I’m paying attention to numbers in Indiana.’ | Holcomb responds to Beshear’s comments on plan to lift Ind. mask mandate Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

Holcomb said he heard Beshear’s comments but hasn’t spoken to the governor about the decision on Indiana’s mask mandate.

        

City leaders call out police union for ‘divisive’ and ‘sickening’ post Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

Mayor Fischer stressed the importance of diversity on the board and Metro Council President David James called out the FOP for being "divisive."

        

Louisville police chief expects to see progress on curbing violent crime by end of year Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

Chief Erika Shields addressed the city's violent crime problem and how she and the department plan to address it.

Over 1 year later, Elizabethtown man continues mission to feed people during pandemic Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

He plans to keep going, lifting up his community, as long as there's a need.

17-year-old dies after shooting in Clarksville, Indiana Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

Police said "a person of interest has been identified and there is no danger to the public."

Midwestern Pet Foods recalled for possible salmonella risk Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

Retailors nationwide have been told to pull the pet food from their shelves.

Home security video from 2019 shows LMPD officer shoot, kill unarmed Black man Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

The public hasn’t been able to see what happened during the fatal shooting of D’Juantez Mitchell. Until now.

Ford to shut down Louisville Assembly Plant again Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

Louisville Assembly, which produces the Ford Escape and Lincoln Corsair, will be down for two weeks starting April 12.

      

‘Clearly these comparisons should not be made’: Jewish Federation of Louisville on Libertarian Party’s tweet linking vaccine passports to Holocaust Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

The party tweeted a comparison between COVID-19 vaccine passports and badges Jewish people were forced to wear in Nazi Germany.

        

The Railbird Music Festival is heading back to Keeneland this summer. Here’s what to know Wednesday, Mar 31 2021 

After being canceled in 2020 for the pandemic, the Railbird Music Festival, held at Keeneland in Lexington, is back for 2021. Here's what to know.

      

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