Derby weekend filled with violence, as city remains on pace for record-breaking homicides this year Monday, May 3 2021 

"The volume is heartbreaking, it's absolutely heartbreaking," a UofL Hospital trauma surgeon said.


Mother cherishes memory of Louisville woman killed at Derby party: ‘I didn’t get to say goodbye’ Monday, May 3 2021 

Kasmira Nash, 37, was fatally shot May 1 while working a party at Vibes Restaurant and Ultra Lounge on River Road.

Kentucky community ready to welcome manufacturer and 700 jobs Monday, May 3 2021 

KCC Manufacturing, a manufacturer of HVAC units, is expanding to Simpsonville.

Scott County leaders to decide future of needle exchange program Monday, May 3 2021 

The Syringe Service Program was created in 2015 in response to the HIV outbreak.

Beshear open to easing Kentucky’s virus restrictions before vaccination goal Monday, May 3 2021 

Nearly 1.85 million Kentuckians have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, according to state data.

Gov. Beshear addresses lack of masks during Oaks, Kentucky Derby Monday, May 3 2021 

A spokesperson for Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer also released a statement following a viral photo of a maskless mayor at the Kentucky Oaks.


Mother calls on Bardstown day care to close after video surfaces of employee spraying her child Monday, May 3 2021 

The daycare said the employee has since been terminated.

Lincoln Trail District Health Department hosting vaccine clinics for vulnerable populations Monday, May 3 2021 

The health department covers six counties — Hardin, LaRue, Marion, Meade, Nelson, and Washington — that are mostly in rural areas where many people face barriers to seeing a doctor.

PARC to resume booting vehicles in July Monday, May 3 2021 

Booting is set to resume more than a year after it was paused due to the economic hardships some faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Several weekend shootings put Louisville on pace for another record year for homicides Monday, May 3 2021 

Community activist Christopher 2X said — as of the end of April — Louisville has now seen the deadliest 4-month stretch of gun violence in the city's history.

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