Butler High School softball carrying Madelynn Troutt’s spirit to state tournament Friday, Jun 11 2021 

Fellow Butler student, Madelynn Trout, was killed in a wrong-way crash in March. The cheerleader was close with many of the members on the softball team.

        

How driver’s license suspensions hurt people trying to turn life around Friday, Jun 11 2021 

"That is the closest I have come to not having my freedom,” Harrison County Prosecutor Otto Schalk said, "It just wasn't practical."

        

Restaurants owners struggle to fill jobs amid unemployment benefits, industry hopping Friday, Jun 11 2021 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- As revenue rebounds from the pandemic, many Louisville restaurants are struggling to get more employees in the door.

Want a chance to meet Ethan? How to see Louisville’s most famous dog in person Friday, Jun 11 2021 

The Kentucky Humane Society is hosting a meet and greet, where people will be able to meet Louisville's favorite dog.

      

As some TARC3 riders say service is unreliable, director blames staffing Friday, Jun 11 2021 

She says TARC3 is currently short 50 employees.

Turnovers plague Kentucky girls as Indiana wins Friday’s all-star game in Owensboro Friday, Jun 11 2021 

Strong second half leads Indiana past Kentucky.

      

Breonna Taylor mural on basketball court at Lannan Park vandalized Friday, Jun 11 2021 

The case is now in the hands of Louisville Metro Police.

Group holds march to stop youth violence while community repairs relationships Friday, Jun 11 2021 

Marching outside of Dino's Food Mart in the Russell neighborhood, people held signs asking to stop the violence.

Louisville Zoo offering free admission for dads on Father’s Day Friday, Jun 11 2021 

The zoo said no advance reservations are required.

KCTCS board votes to freeze tuition, citing financial impact of pandemic Friday, Jun 11 2021 

The board voted to freeze tuition at the current rate of $179 per credit hour for all 16 of its colleges in Kentucky.

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