Publishing company Simon & Schuster won’t distribute wounded cop’s book on Breonna Taylor Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly is writing "The Fight for Truth: The Inside Story Behind the Breonna Taylor Tragedy."


UPS Airlines all-Black crew to fly during Thunder Over Louisville Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

“If we can go out there...and inspire just a handful of kids to pursue aviation, I consider our mission to be completed,” Assistant Chief Pilot Sean Horton said.


Family members say incarcerated individuals were put on the back burner for COVID vaccine Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

Within Kentucky’s prison system, there’ve been just under 9,000 positive cases. Nearly 60 people have died from the virus.


New distillery, bed and breakfast to open in Bardstown soon Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

Log Still Distillery, which has already opened its bed and breakfast, will open for tastings of its first bourbons in four weeks.

Tucano to take flight during Thunder Over Louisville in honor of pilot Lee Leet Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

Thunder Over Louisville 2021 to remember, honor pilot Lee Leet with Tucano plane, Angela Leet says.


U of L guard Dana Evans selected No. 13 overall by the Dallas Wings in the WNBA Draft Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

Former Louisville guard Dana Evans was picked by the Dallas Wings as the No. 13 pick in the WNBA draft.


Racing Louisville FC loses first road game in heartbreaking fashion, allowing late goal Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

In its home opener Saturday, Racing scored in the 93rd minute to force a tie but was on the losing end of Thursday's match at the Washington Spirit.


Louisville council advances plan to provide legal help for some families being evicted Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

The ordinance would spend $400,000 on legal aid for some being evicted.

Report: Some Kentucky unemployment insurance workers gamed the system to collect benefits Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

At least 19 state workers lied to collect unemployment benefits, essentially stealing more than $54,000 from the state and federal governments, according to a report by the state inspector general obtained by the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Officer involved in Breonna Taylor raid writing a book Thursday, Apr 15 2021 

Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly’s book will be published by Tennessee-based Post Hill Press.

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