Louisville woman dies, caught in flash flood in Arizona canyon Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

Police said 43-year-old Heather Rutledge was with her family when they were caught in a flash flood near the Arizona-Utah border.

        

Sydney McLaughlin sets world record; Dalilah Muhammad wins silver in 400 hurdles Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

The 21-year-old McLaughlin won the women's 400-meter hurdles in dominant fashion, beating compatriot Dalilah Muhammad in a world record 51.46 seconds.

      

LMPD looks to repair and rebuild relationships with community at National Night Out Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

National Night Out is a community-building event that happens all over the country.

After hundreds of complaints, TARC3 director says improvements still a work in progress Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

She testified before Metro Council on Tuesday.

Louisville man who died in kayak accident off the North Carolina Outer Banks identified Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

20-year-old Luis J. Diaz Martinez, of Louisville, was found dead after the kayak he was in capsized, National Park Service officials said.

      

SEE IT: ‘Heavy fire’ destroys vacant Louisville apartment building, damages three others Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

No one was injured, but three people were displaced, Louisville Fire said. The department's arson unit is investigating.

      

Hit with #MeToo revolt, Blizzard Entertainment chief is out Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

The state of California sued Activision Blizzard Inc. last month, claiming the company was a “breeding ground for harassment and discrimination against women.”

        

5-year-old wounded in Newburg shooting: Police Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

Police said the child suffered a non-life threatening gunshot wound to the hand in the 4600 block of East Indian Trail Tuesday evening.

        

UK sophomore returns from Tokyo with silver medal, eyes gold in future Olympics Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

Sophomore Mary Tucker won the silver medal in the mixed team 10-meter air rifle mixed team competition with Lucas Kozeniesky.

Investigation into gender disparities finds NCAA ‘significantly’ undervalues women’s basketball Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

A law firm hired to investigate gender disparities around NCAA championship events found that the organization "prioritizes men's basketball."

      

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