‘We do it for y’all’: Newburg wins Dirt Bowl’s 2022 championship Sunday, Aug 7 2022 

The summer basketball staple closed out its 2022 season with some big names in attendance on Sunday.

        

LMPD: Double shooting near Algonquin leaves 1 critical, another injured Sunday, Aug 7 2022 

Police are investigating after two people were shot in the 1700 block of Bernheim Lane late Sunday.

        

Shooting in Shawnee neighborhood leaves 1 injured: LMPD Sunday, Aug 7 2022 

Police said a man was found shot in the 3700 block of West Broadway following a ShotSpotter report on Lindell Avenue Sunday evening.

        

Shively police investigating after victim shows up to hospital with gunshot wound Sunday, Aug 7 2022 

Police said the victim was shot in the 3800 block of Dixie Highway just before 10 a.m. Sunday.

        

‘I need my mail’: Some Portland residents concerned with mail delivery delays Sunday, Aug 7 2022 

The residents said they have gone days and weeks without receiving mail, including important medications shipped via the USPS.

        

The Vault: Fontaine Ferry Park’s checkered past Sunday, Aug 7 2022 

The park, which was segregated for many years, prided and promoted itself as a million-dollar playground.

        

More storms forecasted for flood-ravaged eastern Kentucky Sunday, Aug 7 2022 

The biggest concern is the possibility of slow-moving storms on Tuesday and Wednesday, which could dump heavy rain on already saturated soil.

        

Break-in temporarily closes ‘Tha Drippin’ Crab’ in Russell neighborhood Saturday, Aug 6 2022 

The restaurant said in a Thursday Facebook post that they were working to get things cleaned up and ready for their customers.

        

Oldham County Schools says masking ‘optional’ as first day approaches Saturday, Aug 6 2022 

District officials said they made the decision with the county’s health department.

        

‘Whatever happens, I love you’; Survivors bury loved ones after tragic Kentucky floods Saturday, Aug 6 2022 

Eastern Kentucky funeral homes have settled into a steady cadence of visitations and memorials, sometimes in quick succession, following catastrophic flooding.

        

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