What are JCPS bus drivers doing while students learn from home? Monday, Nov 16 2020 

JCPS bus drivers are doing various jobs throughout the district to continue working during the pandemic.

FOP lawsuit challenges Metro Council’s authority to approve contracts Monday, Nov 16 2020 

The River City Fraternal Order of Police and the city disagree whether the Metro Council must approve a contract before it goes into effect.


Jeffersonville Walgreens location seeking Christmas donations for homeless youth Monday, Nov 16 2020 

Helping children in need this holiday season is becoming harder during the COVID-19 pandemic and the Spring Street location is reaching out to the community.


Louisville football’s schedule changes due to COVID-19 issues at Miami Monday, Nov 16 2020 

Because the Hurricanes have to postpone its next two games and one is against Wake Forest, it shifted the Cardinals schedule.


Opinion: NCAA knows it must hold a men’s basketball tournament come COVID-19 hell or high water Monday, Nov 16 2020 

The NCAA may not be particularly effective at a lot of things but knows how to put on its March Madness basketball tournament. This is going to work.


5 truths about food and family as we enter the holiday season Monday, Nov 16 2020 

The Storytellers Project will present "Food and Family" on Nov. 19 featuring celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito and blogger/influencer Melissa Johnson.


Bardstown hospital changing visitor policy due to increase in Kentucky’s COVID-19 cases Monday, Nov 16 2020 

Due to Kentucky's rise in COVID-19 cases, a Bardstown hospital is changing its visitor policy.

Windows shattered at downtown Louisville tower days after finally being replaced Monday, Nov 16 2020 

Brown & Williamson Tower's exterior windows were broken Sunday night, just two days after they had been replaced following vandalism during protests.


‘No JCPS Tax Hike’ group, county clerk to appeal court ruling that struck down petition Monday, Nov 16 2020 

The "No JCPS Tax Hike" petition committee is appealing the Oct. 30 ruling from Judge Brian Edwards that allowed the 7-cent property tax increase.


Man accused of shooting two LMPD officers indicted by grand jury on 35 counts Monday, Nov 16 2020 

Larynzo D. Johnson faces two counts of first-degree assault and 33 counts of first-degree wanton endangerment.


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