Pulse of the community: LMPD talks of rebuilding trust with outreach during ‘National Night Out’ Wednesday, Aug 4 2021 

In hopes for a safer tomorrow across the city, LMPD set up shop in five locations across districts. WHAS 11 started its coverage in west Louisville.


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.


Louisville developer calls on city to strike new deal with abandoned Urban Government Center Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

In November, the city chose Underhill Associates to develop the Urban Government Center property. Now, Paristown Preservation wants Louisville Forward to reroute.


Ex-LMPD detective charged in Breonna Taylor case asks court for bond reduction due to financial difficulties Tuesday, Aug 3 2021 

An attorney is asking the court to return the $15,000 bond and for it to be reduced to a personal recognizance bond.


Mt. Washington fire tax to double, response time shrinks Monday, Aug 2 2021 

The Fire tax for a fourth of Bullitt County will double, from 10 cents to 20 cents. EMS now responds in less than half the time.


JCPS student who went viral with National Anthem rendition wants to go ‘Back to School’ on new song Monday, Aug 2 2021 

D'Corey Johnson, now a fourth-grader, held a release party for his new single that's for sure to be a hit among kids.


Trees meant to help tree canopy in Beechmont vandalized Monday, Aug 2 2021 

Metro Councilwoman Nicole George, who represents District 21, called the destruction of the newly planted trees in the 4800 block of South 3rd Street, "hurtful."


Norton Healthcare, Baptist Health to require mandatory vaccinations for remaining staff Monday, Aug 2 2021 

The health care companies say want to make sure they keep employees, providers, patients and the community safe as COVID-19 cases surge due to the Delta variant.


Convicted DUI killer, drug dealer back in Jefferson County court for probation violation Monday, Aug 2 2021 

Rebecca Johnson was sentenced to probation in 2018. Now a probation violation could put her in prison for the first time.


Highlands leaders ask community for input, after third homicide on Bardstown Road this year Monday, Aug 2 2021 

Officials say 29-year-old Derrick Robinson II was killed on Bardstown Rd. Sunday morning. Hours later, leaders called a public meeting about Highlands violence.


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