Louisville officer demoted following investigation of ‘offensive language’ Monday, Jun 7 2021 

A Metro Police spokesperson said Aubrey Gregory was demoted from major to lieutenant on June 1.


Court documents: Louisville Kroger shooter yelled ‘Dylann Roof’ to police Monday, Jun 7 2021 

Gregory Bush, who shot and killed two people at the Stonybrook Kroger in 2018, yelled the mass shooter's name to investigators.


Jeffersontown’s Gaslight Festival returns in September Monday, Jun 7 2021 

Officials are looking forward to the 52nd annual event after the pandemic forced many of the events to go virtual last year.


‘There’s a lot we can do better’ | Animal advocates hope proposed bill will expose more animal cruelty cases Monday, Jun 7 2021 

"We're not going to stop trying to make the world a better place for animals in Kentucky,” Mychell Lawson, founder and president of Kentucky Animal Action, said.


New crime prevention model would cost around $3M to implement in Louisville Monday, Jun 7 2021 

The "Cure Violence" initiative would include new job positions, community partnerships with local agencies and hospitals and resources like therapy sessions.

Eight-year-old daughter saves mother’s life after she stopped breathing Monday, Jun 7 2021 

"She came in my room looking for me and found me unresponsive not breathing and purple," said mother Brooke Holley.


Police: Louisville man arrested after running toward Highlands bar with gun ‘in ready position’ Monday, Jun 7 2021 

Carmon Tussey told police that he had gotten into an altercation with people at the bar and "was returning to shoot them over the altercation," his arrest report says.

Public pool users hope new budget will help Louisville get serious about improvement Monday, Jun 7 2021 

The budget request for next fiscal year includes funding to study and possibly start work on a new aquatic center.

Council for Better Education challenging constitutionality of new school choice law in Kentucky Monday, Jun 7 2021 

The nonprofit organization contends in the lawsuit, filed Monday in Franklin Circuit Court, that that portion of House Bill 563 is unconstitutional in Kentucky because it sends public dollars to private schools.

‘I felt them right there with me’: Angels lift Werner, Butler to regional softball title Monday, Jun 7 2021 

No. 3-ranked Bearettes knock off Bullitt East 8-0, will face McCracken County on Saturday in state tournament in Lexington.


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