‘He may or may not recover’: Louisville woman searches for answers while husband on ventilator after hit-and-run Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

LMPD reported a car hit a bicycle on Grade Lane at around 9 p.m. Monday.


Clarksville moves to place strict regulations on adult businesses Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

The lone adult superstore closed last week after a judge ruled that the suspension of the shop's business license in 2018 was justified.

BREAKING: Details released on tentative contract between Louisville and the police union Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and the River City Fraternal Order of Police had said in late August they'd agreed to a tentative contract.


LMPD, police union agree to tentative contract with 9% pay raises, residency stipend Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

Released to the public Thursday night, members of the River City FOP still need to vote on its details before it heads to Metro Council for review.

Community meeting aims to vet Ohio Valley Wrestling’s plan to open new facility near UofL Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

OVW wrestling has operated a trade school for several years in the Newburg neighborhood.

After 9-year-old’s shooting death, Louisville leaders ask people to ‘be part of the solution’ Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

Louisville's community centers are currently seeking employees, volunteers and ideas for new programs.

Amazon Prime drops trailer for epic fantasy adaptation of ‘The Wheel of Time’ Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

Looking for something to soothe your soul after the disappointing Game of Throne finale? This might be it.


News From the Pit Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

Kentucky Kingdom offering free admission next weekend to ‘hometown heroes’ Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

Kentucky Kingdom is offering free admission to "hometown heroes" and their friends and family next weekend on Sept. 11 and 12. Each person who qualifies can bring up to six guests with them to the amusement park and Hurricane Bay.

First Afghanistan evacuees arrive in Indiana Thursday, Sep 2 2021 

Camp Atterbury is one of eight sites in the United States that will receive evacuees from Afghanistan. Officials expect about 1,000 evacuees by the end of the week and there could be as many as 5,000 total.

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