‘We are glad nobody was injured’: Norfolk Southern train derails in New Albany Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

The derailment happened south of E. Main St. between E. 6th St and E. 10th St., New Albany police said.


The Vault: Decades of Easter traditions in Kentucky and Indiana Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

Traditional services weren't the only way people in Kentuckiana celebrated the Christian holiday.


‘Trial of the Chicago 7’ takes top honors at SAG Awards Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

The win for “The Trial of the Chicago 7” marked the first time a film from any streaming service won the guild’s ensemble award.


Train derails in New Albany, no injuries reported Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

New Albany Police Chief Todd Bailey said the train was not carrying hazardous materials and there is no risk to the public.

As mayor negotiates new LMPD union contract, group says transparency is lacking Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

The 490 Projects says members of the public should be at the negotiating table.

Dancing again: Kentucky, Louisville, WKU, Morehead volleyball teams are NCAA Tourney-bound Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

Forty-eight teams will compete for a national championship April 14-24 at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska.


Outback Steakhouse holding hiring event in Louisville Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

Hourly positions are available for servers and line cooks with start dates for new positions beginning in April according to a news release.

‘Tired of all the hate’: NKU’s campus graffitied for second time by white supremacist group Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

A white supremacist group graffitied Northern Kentucky University's campus for a second time. Now, students are demanding change and an investigation.


LMPD: 2 injured in Park Hill neighborhood shooting Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

According to LMPD, the shooting happened around 2:15 p.m. near the intersection of 17th and Ormsby.


Christians mark another pandemic Easter as pope pleads for equity in COVID vaccine rollout Sunday, Apr 4 2021 

Pandemic protocol was again the unwanted guest at the Easter table across the globe, but this year there was a lining of hope: COVID-19 vaccinations.


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