Ex-St. Matthews police chief Norm Mayer dies Saturday, Jan 15 2022 

Chief Norm Mayer, who spent 29 years leading the department, passed away Saturday, officials said.

        

1 in 15 people have COVID-19 infection in Jefferson County, health officials estimate Tuesday, Jan 11 2022 

Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness said multiple neighborhoods are showing "extremely high levels" of COVID-19 in wastewater samples.

        

He encouraged others to be excellent’: Ex-lawmaker Darryl Owens remembered by family, friends Tuesday, Jan 11 2022 

The funeral of the former state representative brought out political leaders and those who he mentored throughout the community.

        

‘Very concerning’: Louisville mayor calls for accelerated action from LMPD after series of jail deaths Monday, Jan 10 2022 

Most recently, 66-year-old Keith Smith was found unresponsive in the medical housing unit of LMDC on Sunday morning, and he later died in the hospital that day.

        

Borden-Henryville schools to move to e-learning beginning Tuesday Monday, Jan 10 2022 

District officials cite the rise in COVID-19 cases, other illnesses and quarantine for the temporary move this week.

        

Food banks seeing impact of inflation and supply chain shortages Tuesday, Jan 4 2022 

With the start of the new year, organizations believe the need will continue to grow and drastically impact their ability to help.

        

‘Spreading like wildfire’ | Omicron variant pushing Kentucky’s COVID-19 cases, positivity rate to record levels Tuesday, Jan 4 2022 

On Tuesday, Kentucky recorded 6,915 new cases and 21.74% -- the highest ever at any point during the pandemic.

        

Ex-Louisville detective Brett Hankison plans to call other LMPD officers as witnesses during upcoming trial Tuesday, Jan 4 2022 

Hankison's attorney filed their response to the state's motion for discovery and inspection of evidence on Monday.

        

‘Graffiti Buster’ removes unsightly paint from former gas station site in Highlands Tuesday, Jan 4 2022 

Despite fencing being placed around the old Bader Food Mart at the corner of Broadway and Baxter Avenue, vandals keep targeting the building with unsightly graffiti.

        

Kentucky House GOP eyes sales tax increase, lower income tax in upcoming session Monday, Jan 3 2022 

The next legislative session begins Tuesday with the state budget as the main priority. Lawmakers are looking to take on more than just the budget bills this session

        

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