Louisville falls to Stanford 78-63 in Elite 8 Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

It was a 27-point swing from the half to end of the game, and Louisville ultimately fell to Stanford 78-63.


After 50 years of service, Tennessee deputy dies after last day on the job before retirement Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

"We want him to be remembered as the man who was changing lives one life at a time giving chance after chance and helping his community."


Kentucky lawmakers pass bill to fund full-day kindergarten Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

The proposal winning final passage includes $140 million in state funds for full-day kindergarten.


Reports: Some SpongeBob episodes pulled from streaming services due to ‘sensitivities’ Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

One episode centers around an imaginary virus scenario in which characters are quarantined, which was deemed too delicate of a topic at this time.


Spencer County girls basketball sees historic season end against No. 3 Anderson County Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

An historic season for Spencer County's basketball team was halted at the hands of third-ranked Anderson County.


SEE IT: Anderson County beats Spencer County in Eighth region championship Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

Anderson County's Lady Bearcats take down Spencer County's Lady Bears in 8th region championship 53-23.


Bracket, pairings set for the KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

The KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 is scheduled for April 7-10 at Rupp Arena in Lexington.


Kentucky lawmakers send bill limiting no-knock warrants to governor’s desk Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

The bill prohibits no-knock warrants except under extreme situations, like when there is "clear and convincing" evidence of a violent crime or terroristic activity.

New Albany’s Providence Dam could be removed due to safety concerns Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

The River Heritage Conservancy and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources are hosting a meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library to discuss options with the public.

New report links Louisville’s violent crime increase to COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday, Mar 30 2021 

The deadliest, most violent year in Louisville was 2020 and shows a link to COVID-19 restrictions, according to a new report from a Metro Louisville committee.


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