What you need to know for May 13, 2021 Thursday, May 13 2021 

Here are some top stories around our area for Thursday.

        

Kentucky drivers told not to panic during disruption of gasoline distribution Wednesday, May 12 2021 

The difference between some customers than others depends on whether or not their gas gauge is on E or they're trying to be prepared.

        

Proposed changes to city ordinance aimed at preventing catalytic converter thefts Wednesday, May 12 2021 

According to Sgt. Vlahos, more than 900 catalytic converters were stolen last year. This year, more than 600 have been stolen.

        

Norton Healthcare opens new CPA lab used in COVID-19 testing Wednesday, May 12 2021 

The new lab will support all Norton Healthcare facilities in Metro Louisville, along with more than 800 medical partners throughout Kentucky and southern Indiana.

        

Coroner identifies 16-year-old girl shot, killed in Chickasaw neighborhood Wednesday, May 12 2021 

Officers responded to a shooting on Grand Ave. just before 7 p.m. Wednesday. That's where they found a teenage girl who had been shot.

        

Children 12-15 eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine in Kentucky starting Thursday Wednesday, May 12 2021 

Kentucky's governor announced kids 12 to 15 will be eligible to receive Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine on May 13.

        

‘I need anything’ | Police seeking answers after innocent man caught in crossfire in Jeffersontown Wednesday, May 12 2021 

The December shooting took place in the busy intersection of Bluegrass and Blankenbaker Parkway, now police are seeking the public's help.

        

Pediatrician shares advice for parents hesitant to let receive COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday, May 12 2021 

"Five percent of the population is ages 12 to 15-years-old and that's a huge amount of people we need to get to the herd immunity threshold," Dr. Daniel Blatt said.

        

Nonprofit Louisville Grows looking for thieves after two break-ins this week Wednesday, May 12 2021 

Louisville Grows seeks to build healthy and sustainable communities by working with groups to create community gardens that can produce fresh fruit and vegetables.

        

Report: Former TARC director’s behavior reflected that of a sexual predator Wednesday, May 12 2021 

The 210-page report also questioned how Ferdinand Risco was hired after facing similar accusations as his previous job.

        

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