More than 50% of eligible people in Clark, Floyd counties are vaccinated, health official says Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

The majority of those vaccinated are people in their sixties, while folks under the age of 30 accounted for the fewest immunizations.

        

Kentuckiana schools trying to hire more teachers before first day of school Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

With just weeks before the first day of school, many districts are racing the clock to hire enough teachers before students return.

Elizabethtown manufacturing plant looking to hire 150 workers starting at $17 an hour Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

Besides the 150 production technician positions available, the company also needs people for maintenance and tooling.

Thousands attend first Waterfront Wednesday of the season Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

The free concert series returned to Waterfront Park Wednesday night with New Albany natives Houndmouth headlining the show.

33-year-old Hardin County man facing 99 counts of child porn-related charges Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

KSP said officers searched his house Wednesday and seized the equipment he allegedly used in the crimes.

Doctors warning of rise in RSV cases in Kentucky, Indiana Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

One Indiana doctor said she believes the increase in cases is tied to the loosening of mask restrictions and social distancing guidelines.

ISP troopers partner with trucking companies to spot common but dangerous traffic violations Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

'Trooper in a Truck' brings awareness to distracted and close driving near semi trucks.

        

Monthly child tax credit payments start Thursday. Here’s what to know Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

Rep. John Yarmuth visited Louisville to promote the new payments Kentucky parents will receive this year as part of to the American Rescue Plan.

      

Anonymous donors help Louisville Thrift Store owner worried about keeping business alive amid sewer project Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

After his story aired, owner John Scott said someone walked into his store with $1,000 cash, offering to help him pay his utility bill.

        

Judge nullifies horse trainer Bob Baffert’s NY suspension Wednesday, Jul 14 2021 

Brooklyn Judge Carol Bagley Amon said a prompt post-suspension hearing where Baffert could refute the claims was required to meet constitutional muster.

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