Thunder Over Louisville timeline: Air show, fireworks, where to watch Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

This year's Thunder is all about keeping people safe. Officials say viewers should be able to step outside their doors to check out the dazzling spectacular.

        

Outsourcing custodians will save GCCS up to $1M ‘without anyone losing their job,’ superintendent says Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

Officials with GCCS said the move will eventually help redirect money back into classrooms.

Pause of Johnson & Johnson vaccine could impact vaccination rates, return to normalcy and increase hesitancy Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

Health officials we've talked with say one unintended consequence of this pause on the J&J vaccine is vaccine hesitancy.

        

‘We cannot let this slow us down’ | Beshear, clinics say there’s enough supply to vaccinate everyone despite J&J pause Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

"Yes we can get you the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine," Beshear said. "Actually we can get everybody who wants a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine in the next 4 to 5 weeks."

        

Louisville used car dealers seeing increase in thefts Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

Used car dealers in Louisville say they've been hit multiple times by thieves, and the criminals aren't just taking cars.

‘Better late than never’: Louisville to release investigative files in employee misconduct Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

First Amendment Attorney Jon Fleischaker, who represents The Courier Journal, said the move brings Louisville into compliance with a law from 1976.

      

How to keep your pets safe during Thunder Over Louisville 2021 Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

The booms from the Kentucky Derby Festival's Thunder Over Louisville can be heard for miles. Here's how to keep your pet safe amid the fireworks.

      

Store at new West End track facility pledges to reinvest in Louisville community Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

The new Thorntons at the Norton Healthcare Sports & Learning Center says all profits will go toward the Louisville Urban League to promote equity.

      

Thorntons opens first-ever community store aimed at investing in west Louisville Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

City leaders cut the ribbon Tuesday on the 208th Thorntons store.

Courier Journal project on JCPS’ use of psychiatric evaluations on kids receives honor Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 

The project by reporter Mandy McLaren dug into Jefferson County Schools' use of "mobile assessments."

      

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