Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul says he and his family are under 24-hour protection Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The senator says federal authorities are investigating threats made towards him and his family.

In Kentucky’s ‘Silicon Holler,’ high-speed internet is creating jobs and changing lives Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

Studies have shown broadband creates jobs, boosts entrepreneurship, raises property values and creates taxpayers who contribute to the common good.

      

Customs officers seize $491k worth of counterfeit Rolex watches in Louisville Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The shipment, which was disguised as plastic cards, was headed to home in Miami, according to Customers and Border Protection (CBP).

Shock G died from accidental overdose of drugs, alcohol, report says Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The hip-hop artist's death was accidental due to the 'combined toxic effects of fentanyl, ethanol, and methamphetamine,' the medical examiner's report said.

        

Kentucky’s high court reviews case testing executive powers Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in a lawsuit challenging new laws aimed at limiting Gov. Beshear’s authority to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

        

Louisville airport prepares for uptick in travelers Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

Across the country, travel capacity is about 75% with several airports still working to fully prepare for the uptick in travelers.

        

Highlights from Ford COO’s address at GLI meeting: EV revolution, parts shortage and more Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

Greater Louisville Inc. heard from business leaders including Lisa Drake, COO of Ford Motor Co. North America, at its annual meeting.

      

Bob Baffert, Medina Spirit case in Kentucky Derby bogs down over size of urine sample Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission says its impasse with Bob Baffert and Co. is about the size of the urine sample it will allow to be tested.

      

Metro Council votes to deny ‘condo-style’ affordable housing subdivision off Manslick Road Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

A plan to build an affordable housing subdivision of small homes in Fairdale fell apart as Metro Council voted in favor of denying a zoning change.

      

Bishop Brossart, Holy Cross claim Class 1A KHSAA track and field championships Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

Reese Ragland and Alexandra Allen helped Louisville Collegiate to a third place finish in Thursday's Class 1A state track and field meet.

      

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