‘Why did you not take the necessary precautions?’ Records show past investigation into Moore teacher involved in fight with student Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

School records show William Bennett was suspended in 2019 for allegedly leaving his class unattended and making inappropriate comments to students.

        

University of Louisville brings back accelerated nursing program amid shortage Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

The 15-month program, offered in Louisville and the School of Nursing's extension in Owensboro, will have 30 openings.

        

9-year-old boy shot and killed in Newburg neighborhood, LMPD says Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

Corey Robinson, division commander for LMPD's Sixth Division, who is a father himself, said this case hits home.

Kentucky abortion advocates rally in support of abortion access in response to Texas ban Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

The law prohibits abortions once cardiac activity can be detected by a medical professional, usually around six weeks and before most women know they're pregnant.

ER records provide new information in Indiana jail death Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

According to the ER reports shared by family attorneys, medical staff had 'concern the patient may be ingested ethylene glycol or methanol.'

        

Ordinance would allow LMPD to contract third parties to provide crossing guards Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

The ordinance passed out of a council committee on Wednesday and now heads to the full Metro Council for a vote.

LMPD: Man shot in downtown Louisville in critical condition Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

On scene, officers found a man, believed to be in his early 30s, who had been shot, according to LMPD spokesman Dwight Mitchell.

Jeffersonville music festival requires proof of vaccination or negative COVID test Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

It's the fourth try for the Beatles-themed music festival in Jeffersonville since the pandemic hit in 2020.

Louisville nonprofit provides clean water to thousands in Haiti Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

Haiti was hit by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake last month that devastated parts of the country, leaving thousands of homes damaged or destroyed and nearly 2,000 people dead.

Kentucky women’s prison restores AC to most units Wednesday, Sep 1 2021 

The Kentucky Department of Corrections said Wednesday air conditioning is working in the kitchen, laundry and all but one living unit.

        

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