Bill putting E15 warning label on Indiana gas pumps fueling controversy Monday, Apr 12 2021 

Supporters of E15, like the Indiana Ethanol Producers Association, claim the proposed legislation tries to sabotage fuel sales and want the governor to veto the bill.

Plan to lift Kentucky’s pandemic restrictions sparks protest, mixed feelings from businesses Monday, Apr 12 2021 

Some feel the plan, which ties lifting restrictions to vaccinations, is another setback.

Student sues University of Evansville, accuses ex-coach Walter McCarty of rape Monday, Apr 12 2021 

A former University of Evansville student who says she was sexually assaulted by former men's basketball coach Walter McCarty is suing the university for failing to provide a safe environment.


Shelby County first in Kentucky to install markers remembering lynching victims Monday, Apr 12 2021 

The markers remember six Black men who were killed by lynch mobs from 1878 to 1911 in Shelby County.


Sewer line repairs to close portion of Cherokee Parkway Monday, Apr 12 2021 

MSD said Cherokee Parkway between Grinstead Drive and Willow Avenue will close to allow crews to work on a 60-inch brick sewer line.


Company behind Louisville’s Trifesta bringing concert series to Waterfront Park Monday, Apr 12 2021 

More details about individual shows are coming soon, according to Danny Wimmer Presents.

15 TARC bus shelters damaged over the weekend Monday, Apr 12 2021 

TARC said it is working with police in hopes of catching the person or people involved.

Cherokee Parkway closes for MSD sewer project on 120-year-old pipe Monday, Apr 12 2021 

The project is expected to be complete by early July, depending on the weather.

Kentucky’s prisons to allow some visitors once at least 80% of inmates are vaccinated Monday, Apr 12 2021 

As of Monday, nearly 69% of the state's inmate population has been inoculated, according to data shared during Gov. Andy Beshear's briefing on the pandemic.

Bill shielding Kentucky businesses from COVID lawsuits becomes law Monday, Apr 12 2021 

Beshear, a former state attorney general, said that despite the last-minute changes, the new law is likely to be challenged on constitutional issues.


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