Louisville to move forward with ‘buffer zone’ around abortion facility Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

Metro Council passed an ordinance in May to create a 10-foot-wide buffer zone that pushes protesters away from the EMW Women's Surgical Center.

        

Theatair X in Clarksville not allowed to reopen yet Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

At the direction of a federal judge, the town of Clarksville gave Theatair X a temporary license that is now invalid.

        

3 arrested in connection with murder of Bardstown man Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

The Bardstown Police Department said the shooting happened Tuesday around 6:30 a.m. in the parking lot of BJ's Steakhouse on Camptown Road, off Bloomfield Road.

Man dies after being hit by a car on Interstate 264 near Cane Run Road, LMPD says Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

Interstate 264 near Cane Run Road was shut down for much of Wednesday late afternoon and evening after a man was hit and killed by a car.

      

Hodgenville Police say sexual predators are luring children on online video games Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

Hodgenville Police Chief James Richardson said predators from around the world are finding local kids through online video games and social media.

Federal funding to help renters, landlords in Louisville Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

Residents who lost income during the coronavirus pandemic and need help can contact any Neighborhood Place to apply for the Eviction Prevention Program.

Neighbors raise traffic concerns about Charlestown subdivision Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

Neighbors say drivers are speeding, hitting mailboxes and running off the road.

Jackson County working to curb rising suicide rates Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

A Seymour man knows firsthand the pain of losing a family member to suicide, and it’s a feeling he wants no other parent to experience.

Southwest Airlines launches a buy-one-get-one-free deal – with a major twist: What you need to know Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

Southwest passengers who buy a ticket by Thursday for travel through Nov. 18 will earn a companion pass for early 2022.

      

JCPS parents rally in opposition to Senate Bill 1 Wednesday, Sep 8 2021 

"This could be managed and we could be in schools with less disruption with common sense solutions to keep kids safe."

        

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