New Albany officer faces charges after alleged sexual relationship with informant Friday, Jul 16 2021 

According to ISP, Officer Adam Schneider also faces voyeurism charges for allegedly filming women without their knowledge.


Brother of murdered 19-year-old pushes for long-term fixes to youth violence Friday, Jul 16 2021 

Devon Robinson's brother Dominick Clayton tells WHAS11 that this is part of an even bigger ongoing issue with young people going down the wrong path.


‘He was a hero’: Former coach remembers diver killed at LG&E plant Friday, Jul 16 2021 

Jaxxyn Wood's coach remembered him for his 'effort and energy' and for saving his family from a fire in 2013.


New businesses outpacing closures around downtown Louisville in 2021 Friday, Jul 16 2021 

The Louisville Downtown Partnership released data that suggests the city is rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic based on an “uptick” in new businesses.

City leaders working on reconfiguration plans to reduce collisions in south Louisville intersection Friday, Jul 16 2021 

Rightsizing, also called reconfiguration, are strategies used to make streets safer, calmer and more inclusive, according to Metro.

Shortage of substitutes could add more work for teachers, bigger class sizes Friday, Jul 16 2021 

The Kentucky Education Association says open jobs create a domino effect that leads to heavier workloads and bigger class sizes.

Bullitt County Schools won’t require masks for start of the school year Friday, Jul 16 2021 

The school district released its guidelines to parents on Friday.

Kentucky fire crews head West to help with wildfires Friday, Jul 16 2021 

The Kentucky Division of Forestry sent 21 people to California, Colorado, Montana, Oregon and Washington.

Parent who allegedly threatened JCPS superintendent over mask mandate says he can ‘no longer trust our public schools’ Friday, Jul 16 2021 

Brad Linzy is charged with terroristic threatening and disorderly conduct, after a confrontation with Dr. Marty Pollio over mask mandates.


Kentucky’s incarcerated population held hostage by identity theft Friday, Jul 16 2021 

More than 4,500 false tax returns were filed in the U.S. in 2019, using inmates' Social Security numbers to claim more than $14 million in refunds.


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