Police looking for person of interest in homicide Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

He's a person of interest in a shooting on South 24th Street on June 8.


Louisville mother creates foundation after losing daughter to gun violence Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

A Louisville mother is using her loss to try and help others, creating a foundation in honor of her daughter.

Key takeaways from The Courier Journal’s ‘Youth Voices on Gun Violence’ conversation Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

Students shared their views on school resource officers, dealing with trauma, socioeconomic inequalities and more during Thursday's panel.


Louisville activists, first responders training people to treat wounds as violence persists Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

If you or someone you know gets shot, would you know how to help save their life?

JCPS board passes COVID-19 testing programs days after meeting derailed by SRO debate Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

The Jefferson County Board of Education voted to create the “test to stay” and “test to play” programs, $100 vaccine incentives and hourly pay bumps for classified staff who take instructional duties during a special board meeting Thursday.

Jessica Green announces she won’t seek re-election to Metro Council Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

Green has served two terms on the council representing District 1.

1 dead, 1 in custody after shooting in Shively Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

Sergeant Patrick Allen with Shively Police said when officers arrived, they found a man in his fifties who had been shot. He later died at the hospital.


Judge upholds Indiana emergency law challenged by governor Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A judge on Thursday upheld the increased power Indiana legislators gave themselves to intervene during public health emergencies, siding with them in a lawsuit filed by Gov. Eric Holcomb.

More than $2 million from ARP is headed to community health centers in Louisville Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

The awards are part of nearly $1 billion in funding awarded nationwide through the ARP.

Student found with loaded gun at Stuart Middle School Thursday, Oct 7 2021 

Louisville Metro Police said a a school staff member recovered the gun and no one was hurt.


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