ISP: Louisville woman arrested on multiple drug charges following traffic stop Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

Police arrested Angela Debella after finding 15 grams of suspected methamphetamine in her car. A 911 caller alerted police after suspecting Debella was driving drunk

        

Green Heart Project looks to ‘green up’ Louisville with tree plantings Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

Hundreds of trees have taken root in south Louisville. The group plans to have more plantings on the way in early 2021.

        

Here’s where Jefferson County’s proposed 20 polling locations are for Election Day Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

For the commonwealth's June 23 primary elections, Jefferson County offered voters only one polling location: The Kentucky Exposition Center.

       

Metro Council still working on ordinance to limit use of force by Louisville police Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

Louisville Metro Council members spent more than an hour Wednesday talking about an ordinance that would rein in use of force by LMPD.

       

Breonna Taylor’s Western High School teachers remember a ‘natural-born leader’ Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

To her former teachers at Louisville's Western High School, Breonna Taylor is more than a name chanted repeatedly by people in the streets.

       

U of L Health opens new detox unit at south Louisville hospital Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

The voluntary medical detox unit is staffed by medical personnel and therapists who are specifically trained to treat behavioral health issues and addiction.

Scott County, Indiana, woman found guilty of arranging stepfather’s murder Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

Three other suspects, including the shooter, Kerry Heald, have already been convicted or pleaded guilty in the case. He was convicted of murder in and sentenced to 55 years.

Louisville man arrested for breaking into cars, attempting to flee in Nelson County Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

Taylor Tucker, 18, of Louisville faces a number of charges including evading police and wanton endangerment after a chase.

        

Fundraising pages for officers in Breonna Taylor raid net thousands of dollars in donations Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

Two of the officers who were involved in serving the warrant at Breonna Taylor's apartment now have online fundraising pages.

Hardin County School Board candidate faces criticism over controversial Facebook posts Thursday, Oct 1 2020 

Hardin County School Board candidate John Flanagan is defending some controversial posts he shared on social media.

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