Henry County woman pleads guilty in husband’s death Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

In 2017, police arrested Tasha Bentley after an autopsy confirmed her husband died from gunshot wound to the back of his head.


Council members question lack of paper trail following demotion of LMPD officer who used racial slur Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

Chief Erika Shields testified at the meeting on Tuesday, and revealed more context about the incident when Officer Aubrey Gregory used racially insensitive language, saying the N-word.

No evacuations after train derails in Hardin County, EMA chief says Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

According to Hardin Co. EMA Chief Bryce Shumate, a total of seven train cars derailed into a creek. Five of the cars are empty and two contain non-hazardous cargo.


No injuries reported after train derailment in Hardin County near Colesburg Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

No injuries or traffic issues were reported after a train derailed in Hardin County, Kentucky, Tuesday evening.

Baptist Health La Grange completes $5.8M ER renovation, expansion Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

It includes more than 4,000 square feet of new space and upgrades to its existing facility.

Shelby County awarded $1.8 million for new sewer main Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

With the funding, the Shelbyville Municipal Water and Sewer Commission will construct a new 36-inch gravity sewer main to the Shelbyville Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Costco opts to continue senior shopping hours Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

Costco previously planned to end its senior shopping hours on July 26 and resume normal operating hours.

Indiana files appeal in federal pandemic unemployment case Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

State officials filed an appeal this week in an ongoing attempt to withdraw Indiana from federal programs that expanded unemployment benefits during the pandemic.

TARC3’s executive director says company needs to hire more drivers to reduce missed routes Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

Metro Council President David James says the city has been dropping the ball when it comes to how disabled residents get to appointments and around town — specifically with TARC3.

COVID-19 cases on the rise in Louisville, delta variant becomes dominant strain Tuesday, Jul 20 2021 

"Our cases have doubled in the last week, with the delta variant becoming our dominant strain in Louisville," said Dr. Sarah Moyer.


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